NEC goes to the future with Windows XP for business customers

NEC computers has decided to throw its business customers a Windows XP lifeline by punting a new solution for its desktop and notebook ranges that will allow IT administrators to downgrade from Vista. The firm said that it has launched NEC FlexLoad to address demands from customers who are reluctant to adopt Microsoft's latest operating […]

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NEC computers has decided to throw its business customers a Windows XP lifeline by punting a new solution for its desktop and notebook ranges that will allow IT administrators to downgrade from Vista.

The firm said that it has launched NEC FlexLoad to address demands from customers who are reluctant to adopt Microsoft's latest operating system.

An NEC spokesman told The Register that "it's no secret to point out that people aren't exactly singing the praises of Vista". He said that NEC had simply responded to punter demands by offering the reverse vasectomy Vista product.

Windows Vista Business users running the OS on OEM manufactured NEC Versa notebooks and Powermate desktops will be given a two-DVD kit containing the free roll back to XP.

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