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|23rd June 2008, 19:47||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Intel won't touch Vista
ACCORDING TO A memo circulating a few weeks ago, it looks like Intel is taking a wise decision and avoiding the Broken OS entirely. Yes, Intel is not going to use Vista on its corporate machines... ever.
When a company as tech savvy as Intel, with full source code access and having written several large chunks of the OS, says get stuffed, you know you have a problem. Well, everyone knows MS has a problem, but it is nice to see it codified in such a black and white way though. Reassuring, like a warm cup of tea, or a public kick to the corporate crown jewels.
|23rd June 2008, 20:25||#2|
Microsoft and Intel are both multi-billion dollars greedy companies and they couldn't care less about making bugs-free OS or reasonably priced CPU's.
Screw both of them.
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