Microsoft cleans up Windows Vista

New tests have revealed that the problems plaguing Windows Vista at launch have largely been fixed as Microsoft unveils the second advertisement in its $300 million marketing campaign to improve the operating system’s image.The ad, which has just aired for the first time in the US, shows Microsoft founder Bill Gates and comedian Jerry Seinfeld trying to “reconnect with real people” by moving in with a “normal” family.It features Gates doing the robot dance and reading bedtime stories while Seinfeld – who was paid $US10 million for his part in the campaign – becomes embroiled in family politics.

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