Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 7th Feb 2008 16:41 UTC, submitted by DaMassive
Windows Computerworld Australia is running a story with a response from Microsoft to Infoworld's 'Save XP' petition web site, which has gathered over 75,000 signatures so far. Apparently Microsoft is aware of the petition, but says it is "listening first and foremost to feedback we hear from partners and customers about what makes sense based on their needs, that's what informed our decision to extend the availability of XP initially, and what will continue to guide us."
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What I would really like to see is Windows XP Lite! Now wouldn't that be neat. Just a bare-bones Windows XP operating system; no bloat, no browser, no e-mail, no media, in fact no applications at all. Just a lean and mean operating system to which users could add what ever applications they wish. It ought to be quick to start, run and close down.

Microsoft - please can i have one of those!


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TusharG Member since:

You need to try ReactOS... it fits your need!

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