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Vista License Limits Benchmarks

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See: http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,127719-c...rn/article.htmlPC World, Novemeber 1, 2006, by Elizabeth Montalbano"According to the Vista user agreement (EULA), because the OS contains "one or more components" of the .Net Framework 3.0, users can conduct internal benchmarking of those components, but can't disclose the results of those benchmarks--or measurements to compare rival products--unless they comply with conditions found at a Microsoft Web site.Several attempts to reach that Web site to see what those conditions are for benchmarking were unsuccessful on Tuesday, as the page for unknown reasons could not be displayed in Internet Explorer 7.""While benchmarking is still possible, Microsoft is in control of how that information is released, and the company can change the rules on the "conditions" Web site at anytime."And then Bill comes out from behind the curtain and says it's all a joke, right? Right? OK, come on out....Rob

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