__/ [ B Gruff ] on Monday 10 July 2006 11:04 \__
> On Monday 10 July 2006 06:30 Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> (Unlike what was suggested in a previous article...)
>> Novell to release updated SUSE Linux in July
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>> | SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) 10's upcoming release will
>> | include advanced Beagle search and numerous enterprise-level software
>> | packages, including OpenOffice 2.0, Exchange-compatible mail client
>> | Evolution 2.6, the Firefox Web browser and instant messaging client Gaim
>> | 1.5. But its biggest allure, according to longtime Novell product tester
>> | Brad Staupp, may be its graphical accessibility.
> - and at the same price, as version 9, it would seem.
> That is (in real money) £27.12 a year.
> Just refresh my memory, would you - can you remember what the annual fee is
> for a single licence of Norton Internet Security?
Can't truly remember as I never purchased AV software (in fact, I never
purchased software in my entire life). A quick Web search reveals (I haven't
got past the SERP):
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| Featured Product:. Norton Internet Security 2006. NEW! Norton
| Internet Security 2006 Includes Norton AntiVirus + More for only$
| 69.99! ... < symantecstore.com/ >.
I don't know about annual fees, neither should we care. And speaking of Care:
OneCare from Microsoft goes for $49 per year, IIRC. That's software that
fixes other software from the very same vendor. Somewhat like Novell
charging its customers per critical patch. Pay or rot.