It looks like Microsoft is cutting the price of it's flagship product, Windows Vista. This price cut will no doubt entice current users of Windows XP to upgrade to Vista Home Premium for around 9 (down from 9):\n \n[QUOTE]In a move that will surely trigger a heated debate about the Windows Vista’s success, Microsoft announced its intention to slash the price of its latest OS, unveiled in January 2007. Citing as a reason, its desire to urge the adoption of Windows Vista, Microsoft said that the price of its Windows Vista Ultimate, the fully-featured version of the OS, will be 9 instead of 9.\n \nAlso, those who already wins a copy of Windows XP or a version of Windows Vista will pay to upgrade to Ultimate only 9 and not 9. Microsoft will also cut prices for upgrade versions of Vista Home Premium, its mainstream product, to 9 from 9. The price cuts will apply in 73 countries, but they could vary from one country to another.[/QUOTE]\n \nRead the rest [URL="http://www.efluxmedia.com/news_One_Year_Later_Windows_Slashes_The_Windows_Vista_Price_14616.html"]here[/URL].