Microsoft's Windows 7 Vista Replacement Plan
Jan 07, 2009, 18:32 (8 Talkback[s])
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"And two, Microsoft is desperate to win its straying
customers back from Macs OS and Linux-powered netbooks.
"If Microsoft is really serious about making amends to their
customers though, this offer isn't enough.
"No, if Microsoft really wants to make its customers happy, they
should do what my friend Jason Perlow suggests, "since Windows 7 is
essentially a performance and usability fix for a defective
product, I'm of the increasing opinion that a Windows 7 upgrade
should be free to anyone who was conned into buying Windows