Linked by Adam S on Tue 23rd Sep 2008 14:50 UTC
Windows According to Microsoft beat writer Mary Jo Foley, word is that "Windows 7's mail, photo-management and movie-maker subsystems applets are all being replaced by optionally installable Windows Live equivalents." To many, replacing subsystems with services is a good thing. But what will the self-professed geeks think? Cnet seems to think that "Windows 7 must appeal to geeks--or else!"
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RE[3]: Comment by BrendaEM
by BluenoseJake on Wed 24th Sep 2008 16:32 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by BrendaEM"
BluenoseJake
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2005-08-11

uh, there is drm in all OS's, without it, you can't play dvds. Even linux needs libraries to do it. DVDs don't decrypt themselves.

The only difference between Vista and XPs DRM is securepath, which is needed to play BlueRay disks.

If you think that only Vista Home or Ultimate can play BlueRay, you are very misinformed. Do your homework before posting please.

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