Texas Budget Could Restrict Buying Windows Vista

A "rider" in the proposed two-year, $182.2 billion Texas budget would require state agencies to get written approval from the Legislative Budget Board before buying Windows Vista technology related to an operating system, equipment or licenses. Sen. Juan Hinojosa, D-McAllen, added the provision in committee and said it's meant to block purchases of the technology, which has been targeted by criticism: "Don't buy it, because it's not worth it."

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