I dunno, maybe it’s just me…but with Microsoft being the software empire that is it, I would imagine it

would be paving the way with innovative ideas and clever marketing strategies that come with a working budget rivaling smaller 3rd world countries.

So far, I’ve been reading some great reviews online and I know that one of the guys here at Plixer is running the Windows 7 beta version at home and he finds it interesting.

However, I do have to question this marketing strategy.

Why on earth would it be necessary to release 6 different versions of Windows 7?
I mean, it’s nice to have options, but seriously…

Windows 7:

– Starter Edition
– Home Basic
– Home Premium
– Professional
– Enterprise
– Ultimate

I know that each version of Windows 7 has unique features, but I just think having that many versions just promotes confusion and frustration.

What happened to the good ol’ days where you only had 2 or 3 options?

I’m just glad that our Scrutinizer customers don’t have to worry about issues like that.

You either have the free version of Scrutinizer or the full version. Sure, there are license tiers for the full version of Scrutinizer, but the software itself has all the feature sets whether it’s 2 devices or unlimited.

There’s my 2 cents for the day.

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Ryan Slosser

My name is Ryan. I work in development here at Plixer. I mostly deal with hardware deployment. I enjoy kayaking and fishing during the summer and skiing in the winter. People can count on me and I always give 100% unless I'm donating blood.


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