Microsoft Vista May Come In Seven Versions

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    <DIV>Microsoft's next desktop operating system may come in a record-breaking seven flavors, a Windows enthusiast Web site says.

    Vista's versions will be divided into two broad categories -- Home and Business -- which essentially correspond to the "Home" and "Pro" divisions within Windows XP.

    The Home side will include Vista Starter Edition, Vista Home Basic Edition, and Vista Home Premium Edition. The Business branch, meanwhile, will contain Vista Professional Edition, Vista Small Business Edition, Vista Enterprise Edition, and Vista Ultimate Edition.

    Read more at InformationWeek.com</DIV>
     
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    Do you know how much will cost the new Vista Professional edition?
     
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    Prices havnt been set yet, probably around $200
     
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    I think its OK, and I get one if it comes out. Do you think that if somebody helps Microsoft with sending reports of errors and problems, than they will give you a Beta what is legal and OK?
     
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    doubt it.
     
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    Its in the Microsoft beta client, that they can invite you testing betas if you... But yes you are right. Microsoft and getting something free???? No way... :)
     
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    ya I woldnt count on it.
     
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    No way. I contacted the microsoft but get answare... now way if you aren't a BETA tester.
     
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    Ya thats what I figured what would happen..no free lunches at ms
     
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