Windows Vista too expensive for developing countries, says analyst

According to Allan Krans, an analyst at the market research firm Technology Business Research, Windows Vista faces several difficulties in gaining widespread adoption in developing nations. Krans said that the higher resource requirements of Windows Vista compared to Windows XP may be prohibitive for users in these countries, who cannot afford to upgrade their older computers in order to run the new operating system smoothly. The price tag involved in legally upgrading the operating system is also an issue.

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