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Dell to offer XP again - April 19, 2007, 09:54 PM

This just out.

"With so many consumers still asking for Windows XP to be loaded on Dell's consumer level PCs, the PC maker has finally decided to offer that as an option. 'Like most computer makers, Dell switched nearly entirely to Vista-based systems following Microsoft's mainstream launch of the operating system in January. However, the company said its customers have been asking for XP as part of its IdeaStorm project, which asks customers to help the company come up with product ideas. Starting immediately, Dell said, it is adding XP Home and Professional as options on four Inspiron laptop models and two Dimension desktops.' The Dell models with the Windows XP option are: Dell Inspiron 1405, 1705, 1505, and 1501; and Dell Dimension E520 and E521."


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April 19, 2007, 10:23 PM

Not surprised. We live in a money driven world. Much like Samsung has decided to produce a dual format player, both HD DVD and Blu Ray. No big deal right? But remember, Samsung along with Sony are among the groups that pioneer Blu Ray, however, Samsung is not sitting still, waiting around while the HD DVD format takes half of the market. Samsung now hopes to capitalized on the HD DVD market. Dell’s executives have made the right choice. Maintaining a core audience that still believes that XP delivers a sound (insert your own definition of SOUND) operating system without the fuzz or complications that are being experience with Vista in the market.

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