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[News] [Rival] Vista 7 Costs $1930 -- Claim

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Windows 7: The $1930 Upgrade

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| After last week's saturation 
| coverage of Windows 7, I will spare 
| you the laundry list of changes and 
| new features (check out our Windows 
| 7 Deep Dive Report for that). But I 
| ask you to imagine the hypothetical 
| CFO of that hypothetical 2,500-user 
| organization, staring at an upgrade 
| cost of between $2,587,500 and 
| $4,825,000. Glaring at that number, 
| looking at it sideways, maybe 
| turning it upside down. And this 
| buys us ... what, exactly?
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http://www.pcworld.com/article/174389/windows_7_the_1930_upgrade.html

Cringely:

Why Windows 7 Costs so Much

http://www.cringely.com/2009/10/why-windows-7-costs-so-much/

Windows Vista 7 : Trust Me

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| It is remarkable that a lot of the 
| geek pundits proclaiming the 
| qualities of Windows7 were the same 
| people who once announced that 
| Vista was the cat's meow.
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http://vannevar.blogspot.com/2009/10/windows-7-trust-me.html

Cartoon:

Evereybody Loves Windows 7

http://geekandpoke.typepad.com/geekandpoke/2009/10/evereybody-loves-windows-7.html


Recent:

Five Linux alternatives to Windows 7

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| Fedora
|
| Fedora is Red Hat's community Linux
| distribution and it's a winner. That said,
| it's a cutting edge distribution. You'll
| find new features in the forthcoming Fedora
| 12, like kernel memory management via KSM
| KSM (kernel samepage merging) that are may
| be a little too bleeding edge for some
| users. I like Fedora, but its target
| audience is Linux experts, not Linux
| newcomers.
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http://blogs.computerworld.com/14965/five_linux_alternatives_to_windows_7
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