Thursday, July 13, 2006

Windows Fundamentals

Microsoft Corp. released a new version of its operating system for businesses this week that extends the life of older PCs by effectively turning them into thin-client computers. Called "Windows Fundamentals" for Legacy PCs, the software is offered only to customers on Microsoft's Software Assurance licensing and maintenance program.

It is not a full-featured operating system, but it improves the security and manageability of PCs for customers with systems that are too old for Windows XP and who aren't ready to upgrade their hardware, Microsoft said.

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