Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 6th Jan 2009 21:34 UTC
Windows Tech ARP has a collection of dates regarding Microsoft's update program. The upgrade program concerns upgrade paths from Windows Vista to Windows 7, and basically entails that when you buy a Windows Vista machine after July 1 2009, you will get a free upgrade to Windows 7 once it's released. The data also confirm a number of versions for Windows 7.
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RE[2]: Smorgasbord
by RRepster on Wed 7th Jan 2009 17:06 UTC in reply to "RE: Smorgasbord"
RRepster
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2008-06-18

Linux users are more tech savvy and thus know the distro differences; therefore there is no confusion which you claim.

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RE[3]: Smorgasbord
by flanque on Wed 7th Jan 2009 20:29 in reply to "RE[2]: Smorgasbord"
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2005-12-15

Uh, hold on a minute, I thought Linux is ready for the average user...?

It'd be almost, if not definately, impossible for the average user to know exactly what the differences are between each distribution, let alone know if they really make a difference to them.

The differences between some distributions is about as clear as mud.

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