but it will still come in the 200$ computers you get at best buy right?Originally Posted by ghost305
there will be at least 5-6 versions of vistaOriginally Posted by Talamare
the crappy one that comes with 200$pcs, the familial one, the pro one, the super pro one, the geek one, and the ultimate one..... or something like this..
And then there'll be the Jyuu version. lol
Yeah, seriously. I'm still saving up for my Vista PC. What say we plot to take over his room and steal his goodies eh?
The RC! is the Windows Ultimate. the one that you get with the cheap PCs will be the Home Basic which is the cheapest and crapiest version. Who in their right mind would be stupid enough to pay for something they can get free and that something is the most expensive version.Originally Posted by microsoft
But is a beta and will only work until July.Originally Posted by ghost305
could you verify that, link?Originally Posted by ghost305
sure, I'm on it...I also need biig LCD monitors, can't wait for thanks giving!Originally Posted by AKofC
so where does he live?
9 months is good enough for FREE product, well at least long enough until they come out with the bootleg product, yay!Originally Posted by 98abaile
hmm i changed my mind on this
In addition, once you install Windows Vista RC1, you cannot roll back to the previous operating system installation—you will either have to acquire and install the final released edition of Windows Vista or reinstall a previous edition of Windows. Before installing Windows Vista RC1 on any computer, please remember to back up all your filesUpgrade limitations
You may not be able to upgrade your installation of Windows Vista RC1 to the final, commercially available edition of Windows Vista. To upgrade, you will need to acquire the final edition of Windows Vista and you may have to do a clean installation.the way i read it everyone who just installed this just gave thier harddrive a timebomb that detonates onYou can do a clean installation. This process will overwrite any data that you have on your hard disk or on your installation partition. The overwritten data will be lost and unrecoverable.
June 1, 2007
Tempting, but...there's no way in hell I'm installing a BETA TEST of a Microsoft program on my computer.