Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 25th Aug 2006 09:12 UTC, submitted by Ralf.
Windows The web exploded yesterday with the news that Microsoft would cripple 32bit versions of Vista so they would not play protected high-definition content. However, Microsoft was quick to respond, stating: "The community is buzzing with reactions to APC Magazine's article regarding playback of protected High Definition content in 32-bit versions of Windows Vista. However, the information shared was incorrect and the reactions pervading the community are thus (understandably) ill-informed. The real deal is that no version of Windows Vista will make a determination as to whether any given piece of content should play back or not."
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You're forgetting something
by kryptonianjorel on Fri 25th Aug 2006 20:45 UTC
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Doesn't anybody remember reading about all the DRM crap about needing a new video card (which may or may not be fixable by driver update) and a new monitor (of which compatible monitors arent even being made yet

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