Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 28th Jun 2007 21:39 UTC, submitted by jayson.knight
Windows Microsoft is simplifying the processes via which its PC-maker partners will be able to provide 'downgrade' rights from Windows Vista to Windows XP for their customers. Microsoft will implement the first of the policy changes for its Gold Certified (top-tier) OEM partners within the next couple of weeks. The company will streamline downgrade-rights policies and procedures for the broader channel somewhat later, said John Ball, general manager of Microsoft's US Systems Group.
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Come on guys
by WyldStylist on Fri 29th Jun 2007 01:05 UTC
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If everyone on the planet just boycotts vista people will develop more things for xp , I noticed a vista 32bit application aint valid on XP , people say its incompatible i say its not for pc users its more for people who want the glass transparency features and nothing else.
People say its slow well yes people need to buy expensive ramsticks considering how cheap hd space and flash devices are ram prices are outrageous.
I myself run my custom Nlited/sleek xp without having to update anything ofcause i had to modify it to not run anything ends the OS take up 100 mb and when i install/run things i just reboot to a previous state till then me and my stuff runs only .
I do the opposite to MS for security removing instead of adding(adding back from backup when i have to) and it works for me. No viruses no adware/spyware ;)

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