Good the upgrade to Vista becomes a bit more affordable...2 of the features I have found with Vista that were not included with XP are "tablet inking" and "voice recognition"...2 good reasons to think about moving up....BD  image

In the United States, Microsoft will reduce prices for Windows Vista Ultimate, the company's top-end operating system, to $319 from $399 for the full version and cut the price for an "upgrade" version to $219 from $259 for consumers who already run Windows XP or another edition of Vista.

It also cut prices for upgrade versions of Vista Home Premium, its mainstream product, to $129 from $159. The price cuts vary by country.

Microsoft Cuts Vista Prices to Urge Upgrades - News and Analysis by PC Magazine


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