Posted on Monday, Apr 09 2007 @ 04:42 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Windows Logo Program was supposed to be Microsoft's key to ensuring that all hardware devices work well with the Windows operating system. It worked in Windows XP, so we would have expected it to work just as well in Windows Vista.
Unfortunately, there are obvious signs that the Windows Logo Program is no longer the trustworthy standard we thought it was. Recently, even graphics cards are getting certified without working drivers. Is this how low the once-vaunted program has fallen to?
Read on at TechARP