The plaintiffs hasn’t adequately shown that the Vista Capable program caused widespread, artificial inflation in PC Prices. Continue reading “Vista Capable suit no longer a class action | All about Microsoft | ZDNet.com”
Mary Jo raises some questions that haven’t been answered yet in the Microsoft ‘Vista Capable’ lawsuit. Continue reading “Vista-related e-mails I’d like to read (but probably won’t) | All about Microsoft | ZDNet.com”
SP1 has begun flowing through Windows Update. Only machines that are ready for SP1 will get it (machines with bad drivers won't get it), and distribution will be spread over the next few months.
If you use Terminal Services, you should be aware of this change.
Microsoft Corp.’s attempt to reverse a lower court’s ruling in the ongoing “Vista Capable” lawsuit was denied by an appeals court on Monday. The decision means the case can resume. Continue reading “Microsoft loses ‘Vista Capable’ appeal; more insider e-mails could emerge”
A freeware program that gives you ultimate control over shutting down or restarting your Vista computer.
Vista SP1 is not available to all languages through Windows Update, or direct download.
Microsoft reminds us that installing an upgrade version of Vista if you do not own a full license of XP isn’t legal… Continue reading “Vista SP1 Upgrade Hack Is Piracy – And illegal – Softpedia”
Dr. Watson is not included in Windows Vista. The replacement for Dr. Watson is Problem Reports and Solutions. However, you cannot use Problem Reports and Solutions to create a full user-mode dump file.
This article describes how to contact a Microsoft Product Activation Center to activate installations of Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Microsoft Office suites and programs.
Ed clarifies that just because you can still install Vista SP1 Upgrade as a fresh install, that doesn’t mean Microsoft is considering it a legal license. Continue reading “The Vista license “loophole” that isn’t | Ed Bott’s Microsoft Report | ZDNet.com”
Mary Jo comments on how the change in Vista’s EULA that allows running the Home versions on a VM were actually a response to a lawsuit, not a ‘maturation of the industry’. Continue reading “This is why I’ll always remain a Microsoft skeptic”