Disable winsat.exe in windows 7

May 25th, 2012

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  1. Rebecca Hidalgo says:

    Hello, can’t find the maintenace file under my windows file, where else can I look? Windows Vista.

  2. Sutapa says:

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  6. Hi Phil -Good insights. I know you mention it, but I think it is worth emphasizing that the decision whether to pursue an OEM path depends on the characteristics of the market. Some markets (e.g., cell phone, disk storage) are oligopolies where the path to the end customer is controlled by only a few companies. In that case, an OEM go to market approach may be the best way to maximize revenues and company valuation. Pursuing an alternative approach may alienate the large players and they subsequently will not engage. Marc

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