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Thursday, 31 January 2008 11:25

Remove Vista offer taken up

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Small computer business boom


Small
computer businesses are making a killing removing Microsoft Vista for the technologically illiterate and reinstalling XP.

Seattle PI focuses on one store in Milford, A&D Computer, whose manager, Aaron Kaplan, found business booming when he put up a sign offering to get rid of Vista.

He said that customers were having problems with Windows Vista, including compatibility issues with older software and trouble adjusting to the interface.

His Vista removing service proved very popular and he has had a lot of interest.

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