Maybe part of the problem is that bootleg copies of Windows XP go for less than $5 in downtown Kuala Lumpur. Many prospective Starter Edition partners sell their kit without any OS installed, while others are continuing to pre-load full editions of XP, clearly believing customers are not hungry for a compromise on features. Still others are finding a market for pre-loaded Linux. The scheme moves to India and then Russia later this year.
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