For a week seemingly dominated by consumer electronics of the non-PC variety, there was still an abundance of Windows Vista news. I’ve already mentioned the December sales estimates and the craplets, but here are more that didn’t get a post of their own:
Windows Vista Named “Best of CES” at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show in the computers and hardware category.
Microsoft needs to make a stronger case for U.K. schools to upgrade to Windows Vista and Office 2007 as neither product contains essential new features, according to a report from a British educational advisory group.
Ouch! The full report is here, but part of their beef was also the potential for expensive Microsoft lock-in and in response, Microsoft makes changes to education licensing, promises more.
Conspiracy theorists start your engines, NSA Helped Microsoft Make Vista Secure.
Vista Casts A Pall On PC Gaming, most particularly casual downloadable games.
Vista marketing fun: