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I've seen numerous videos where Chris mentions "saving money" for example his latest rants on Vista, where he mentions that he'll "bend over backwards to save you money on the upgrade". Does that mean he'll pay for a full copy of Windows 7 for us, and then give us money?

How can you "save money" by spending more money than you'd end up saving? Am I the only one who thinks this makes no sense?

asked Jun 30 '11 at 12:55

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By Saving Money, he only means to spend less on something that you would otherwise have to spend more on. For example if something cost you $100 and he was allowing you to buy for $70, then you would have saved $30 (because you didn't HAVE to spend that on the SAME product)

answered Jun 30 '11 at 13:26

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