The software bigwig Microsoft Sunday announced a momentous online job training effort, "Elevate America," which would help provide technical proficiency to almost 2 million Americans over the next three-year period. The resources the site would provide would enable individuals acquire technical skills needed for better employment prospects.
The company was not charging any fee from its users for downgrading from the Windows Vista operating system to the older XP software; that’s what Software giant Microsoft stated, last week, refuting all the allegations.
Microsoft spokesman said, "Microsoft does not charge or receive any additional royalty if a customer exercises [downgrade] rights.”
It was another shock for 1,400 laid off employees of Microsoft, when on the last weekend, the software giant communicated to them that it overpaid severance to some of the employees, while it underpaid some employees, laid off last month, and it asked the overpaid employees to return the money to company.
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