James wrote:Antony wrote:
Further, upgrading from Windows Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium would cost US$120. Which is only $9 less than the alleged $129 yearly OS X charge by Apple bashers. (Here in SillyDog701, we have examples.) For the facts: Apple did not roll out a new major Mac OS X version each year, and the latest Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard costs only $29.
source: Windows 7: Upgrading Can Be Hard to Do (BusinessWeek)
True. But listen to what Paul Thurrott and Leo Laporte have to say on Windows Weekly (TWIT) in this podcast regarding the new Snow Leopard and the so-called "deal" from Apple. It's just another perspective but an interesting one.
It's found here: http://twit.tv/ww
Thanks for the article, the market share of the Windows Vista has just received a very small drop. Personally, I wouldn't make any article on tiny fluctuations yet.
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