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Windows Vista Editions Finalised... Honestly!


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Well Windows Vista Editions have been finalised... for real this time..

* Windows Starter 2007

* Windows Vista Home Basic

* Windows Vista Home Basic N

* Windows Vista Home Premium

* Windows Vista Business

* Windows Vista Business N

* Windows Vista Ultimate

* Windows Vista Enterprise

These editions can be confirmed by visiting here

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And we thought that Roxio/Sonic had a bunch of different editions- basic, platinum, standard, full ! :)

Well Windows Vista Editions have been finalised... for real this time..

* Windows Starter 2007

* Windows Vista Home Basic

* Windows Vista Home Basic N

* Windows Vista Home Premium

* Windows Vista Business

* Windows Vista Business N

* Windows Vista Ultimate

* Windows Vista Enterprise

These editions can be confirmed by visiting here

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Well Windows Vista Editions have been finalised... for real this time..

* Windows Starter 2007

* Windows Vista Home Basic

* Windows Vista Home Basic N

* Windows Vista Home Premium

* Windows Vista Business

* Windows Vista Business N

* Windows Vista Ultimate

* Windows Vista Enterprise

These editions can be confirmed by visiting here

 

I know that I will pass on the new OS.

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I like much of what it offers and would buy it but only after the first 6 months. I'm not crazy about how much control it takes from you but can understand that in order to protect the majority of users, it has to be the boss. That's just not my style. I've seen some improvements from the early betas and they are listening to our requests. Of course, I've only reported 4 bugs and the true geeks are having much more luck. I just do use it that much and don't consider myselft a dedicated tester at this point. As more drivers become available, I'll try more things.

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I like much of what it offers and would buy it but only after the first 6 months. I'm not crazy about how much control it takes from you but can understand that in order to protect the majority of users, it has to be the boss. That's just not my style. I've seen some improvements from the early betas and they are listening to our requests. Of course, I've only reported 4 bugs and the true geeks are having much more luck. I just do use it that much and don't consider myselft a dedicated tester at this point. As more drivers become available, I'll try more things.

 

I agree w/ you Paul for what I have read.

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Given Micro$oft's recent edicts about motherboard upgrades requiring the purchase of new licences, where will that put Vista with dual processors?

 

Will you need to buy dual licences?

 

Would upgrading a motherboard then require TWO new licences?

 

What about single processors with dual cores?

 

. . .and what happens when the new 4-core chips are released?

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:huh::D:):D

Given Micro$oft's recent edicts about motherboard upgrades requiring the purchase of new licences, where will that put Vista with dual processors?

 

Will you need to buy dual licences?

 

Would upgrading a motherboard then require TWO new licences?

 

What about single processors with dual cores?

 

. . .and what happens when the new 4-core chips are released?

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