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Vista winds its way to market November 10, 2006 The release of the Windows update to computer makers is just the start of a long process to get it on shelves and in PCs.
Microsoft extends Windows XP's stay September 27, 2007 Customers, not quite ready for Vista, persuade the company to allow PC makers to keep selling XP for an additional five months.
PC makers walk fine line with 'crapware' April 18, 2007 Computer makers tweak their approaches to avoid alienating customers while still trying to milk third-party software's cash cow.Images: Bogged down by bloatware?
Dell to cut bonuses, trim management February 4, 2007 Michael Dell, who recently returned to the helm of the PC maker he founded, announces cost-cutting measures to employees in a memo.
Intel to sell new Itanium servers September 22, 2006 "White box" systems, running on "Montecito" processors, can be emblazoned with other PC makers' logos. Photos: New Itanium servers
Gateway begins AMD server push November 8, 2006 Gateway becomes the latest computer maker to begin selling x86 servers using Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron processor.
Why PCs aren't pricey anymore December 7, 2007 CNET News.com's Charles Cooper remembers the mail-order makers who shook the mainstream computer makers out of their lethargy.
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