On Thu, Oct 18, 2001 at 09:38:20AM +0100, Matthew French mentioned:
> This logic does apply to bulk products like MS Word or Windows. As I
> see it most of the development cost for these products was covered a
> long time ago and now MS are just adding a couple of new features,
> using a little marketing and then the cash rolls in.
If it's just a few new features, why does XP swap so much that Quicktime
can't play smoothly on a 800Mhz machine with 128MB RAM ?
I reckon that they have a copy of 98, 95, 3.11, NT3.51, NT4 and Win2000
all running at the same time...
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