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Microsoft cuts cost of software by 30 per cent

Windows Home Server price slashed

Software giant Microsoft has dropped the price of Windows Home Server down to around $100 in the US.

As yet there is no news if a similar price drop will be happening in the UK

"Beginning this Saturday, November 1, the System Builder SKU for Windows Home Server will retail at $100-110 – down from the current price range of around $150-160," said a Microsoft spokesperson. "Microsoft is reducing the price of the System Builder version of Windows Home Server to provide additional value to the system builder community and further promote the home server category."

The software was launched in 2007 for consumers with multiple PCs in their homes.

Link: PC Magazine

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