Microsoft has reacted to the demand on the market and now has created two new options for purchasing XP:
- It allows big manufacturer now to offer their customers of computers with Windows Vista a free downgrade to Windows XP. Consider this - buying a new computer with Vista and you got the option to downgrade to it's predecessor! This has as far as I know never been around before.
- They extended the availabilty of XP OEM versions from 31. January 2008 to 30. June 2008 to "give the people more flexibility."
So the market has spoken and the market doesn't want Vista. It's really easy. Is there a greater way to admit that your software is bad and that you're not content with its sales pitch?