New Microsoft ads stress savings derived from software

Due to a reporting error, the fifth paragraph of the story "New Microsoft ads stress savings derived from software" mischaracterized the company's decision to end its ad campaign with Jerry Seinfeld. The story has been fixed on the wire, and the corrected paragraph follows:

That US$300 million campaign was intended to spur interest in Windows Vista. But Microsoft stopped running the Seinfeld ads after about two weeks in the wake of criticism that the ads were neither funny nor gave people compelling reasons to buy a Windows PC.

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