Microsoft Corp., trying to repair Windows Vista's image among small businesses, says it will offer a period of free technical support to those that switch to it in the next three months. The unusual offer will attempt to overcome negative feelings that persist toward the operating system as a result of its problems in areas such as compatibility with printers and other devices. Microsoft's research shows that small businesses using Windows Vista are three times more positive toward it than those basing their opinions on what they hear, said GregAmrofell, small-business lead product manager in Microsoft's Windows division.
Page 1 of 2 - Microsoft: Set your systems for Vista - posted in General Discussion: http://news.com.com/...?tag=html.alertSome links on the url aboveMicrosoft: Set your systems for VistaBy Ina Fried Staff Writer, CNET News.comPublished: May 18, 2006, 9:24 AM PDT Last modified: May 18, 2006, 11:45 AM PDTupdate Microsoft is still working to finish Windows Vista, but the company wants consumers to
Company spells out what's needed for PCs to run the Windows update, tells fans to get ready for the release. A CNET article by Ina Fried, Staff Writer, CNET News. Published on May 18, 2006 9:24 AM PDT.
22.05.2006 For home users, there will be three versions: Vista Home Basic, Vista Home Premium and Vista Home Ultimate, according to GregAmrofell, product manager for Windows client software at Microsoft. There will also be two business user ...
LOL. Great article by Ina Fried on ZDNet News about system requirements for Vista. I don't want to spoil the entire article or waste my time with article quotes, but I must post my favorite from GregAmrofell, Windows Client product manager at Microsoft.
Though support for Windows XP will continue until 2014, Microsoft stopped shipping the OS last month. Redmond is wielding that stick in hopes of prodding users toward Vista, but there's also a carrot: free user support -- though it's a limited time offer.
24.01.2007 by nwhite ... T-Mobile internet access is free for the next 90 days. Posted by: Windows Vista Team Blog on March 16, 2007 at 3:10PM. I wanted to share a great email I just received from my colleague GregAmrofell, Windows Vista Sr. Product ...