Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 12th Dec 2006 19:03 UTC, submitted by Jeremy
Windows ExtremeTech takes a look at the six different versions of Vista and has devised a way in helping people choose which one is best for them. The article outlines several key features and differences between versions in a comparison chart.
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Only dual cpu?
by mtilsted on Tue 12th Dec 2006 21:07 UTC
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[besides that, if you are running 4 CPUs (physical dies with the extra controller logic needed) WTF are you doing running home premium?]

But NO version of vista is supporting more then 2 cpus, not even the business edition. And while a 16 core workstation will newer be the normal business computer, there are quite many uses for such a beast, but I guess they will have to keep running Windows XP. (Or more likely: this is a mistake, and vista ultimate actuelly supports 16 cpus).

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