Why Good People Make Bad OS Choices
Oct 20, 2008, 13:02 (1 Talkback[s])
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"As our conversation continued I discovered that while
he knew many people were unhappy with their Vista PC purchases --
he told me most of them complained about older software and
hardware incompatibilities -- Vista was still the newest operating
system so, it was, somehow, the best.
"And, this mind you, was from someone who've I seen selling PCs
at this particular store for more than five years. If this is what
experienced sales help is like, God help poor customers who come in
and just want a good computer for their money."
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