Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Microsoft looks for 'protection' money

Gotta agree with what they are saying in that story.
"'Wait a minute--Microsoft's software is causing the problem, and now they want me to pay extra to fix the problem?'" Pescatore said about Microsoft's OneCare antivirus service and Microsoft Client Protection software.
The way I see it, is why should I have to spend extra for a monopoly to secure there software, assuming it even works as intended, and not be bug-ridden like there OS is.
And of course most people will just pay the money, and be done with that, and allow Microsoft to get richer, cause of course there software will be the first one to pop up when you first turn on a PC.


Microsoft looks for 'protection' money