Windows for 3$ by Microsoft

I know it's sounds like a joke but it's true.The catch is that only students on developing countries will be able to get them.Governments in developing countries can purchase the cut-price software, if they provide free PCs for schools.The low-cost Microsoft package includes Windows XP Starter Edition, Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007, Microsoft Math 3.0, Learning Essentials 2.0 for Microsoft Office and Windows Live Mail desktop.Microsoft will offer this suite in the second half of 2007 for $3 to qualifying governments and it is intended for governments purchasing and giving Windows(R)-based PCs to primary and secondary students for their personal use at home and for schoolwork.The company's five-year, $250 million investment in its Partners in Learning program is already active in 101 countries, has equipped 2.5 million teachers and reached more than 57 million students across these countries.I think this is great and let's hope it will work!