Microsoft Thailand Plays Catch-Up With Linux

Posted by dave on Feb 26, 2004 7:52 PM EDT
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Microsoft originally refused to support a similar program initiated by the Thai government last May, although Linux accepted. Microsoft started to lose market share to Linux and eventually began offering the Windows XP Home and Office standard editions to those buying budget PCs under the project for about $37 US. Microsoft has also put out a simpler and cheaper version of its Windows XP family for Thai users.

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