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    Microsoft adds Vista support in OneCare

    Someone was asking me today when this would happen... I was thinking soon....


    Microsoft on Monday released a test version of an update to its OneCare antivirus product. The beta of Version 1.5 of Windows Live OneCare expands the service beyond the United States to 16 additional markets and also adds support for Windows Vista.

    The new software, which is available from Microsoft's Web site, also adds new back-up options and updated antivirus and anti-spyware definitions. Microsoft released the first version of OneCare in May, and has managed to grab a significant share of the retail market.

    From: http://news.com.com/Microsoft+adds+V...3-6124349.html

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    That's good, cause every self-respecting company is supposed to offer good support to its clients, right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amalia View Post
    That's good, cause every self-respecting company is supposed to offer good support to its clients, right!
    No, it is not support as in help, but support as in allowing onecare to install in vista... if you would have bothered to notice, the thread is almost 8 or 9 months old...

    You almost sounded like a troll right then...
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