Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 3rd Feb 2009 20:25 UTC
Windows One of the biggest problems with Windows Vista was its rather convoluted and complicated SKU scheme, where there were far too many different versions of Vista to figure out. To make matters worse, the Home Basic version left out several defining parts of the operating system leaving customers with a sense of being lured in by certain features that in the end turned out not to be there. With Windows 7, the company will still offer a myriad of different versions, but according to Microsoft Senior Vice President Bill Veghte, it will be a lot less problematic than with Vista.
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by JCooper on Tue 3rd Feb 2009 23:46 UTC
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... should come as standard! It's free and integrated, so why not include it for every home laptop user. I know I'd like the peace of mind without having to fork out for Ultimate.

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