Microsoft Hopes Price Cuts will Lead to Better Sales of Vista

Microsoft is cutting down the prices of Windows Vista. Why? Because it falls short of Microsoft’s expectations? Or because the media has successfully destroyed it. Anyway, whatever is the reason for the price cuts it is worth knowing that in the United States, the price of the full version of Windows Vista Ultimate will drop from $399 to $319, while the “upgrade” version of Ultimate will drop from $259 to $219; the price for the upgrade version of Vista Home Premium will be reduced to $129 from $159.

By the way, I am using Windows Vista Ultimate 64-Bit at home and Windows XP Professional in the office. I have learned to like Vista. I have learned to work around its flaws and enjoy its strengths.

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