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cayenneman

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  1. I was under the impression that any networking features were unavailable with the Home edition. Is that not true? I've never used it.
  2. I read the reviews on myegg.com and it doesn't sound like that great of deal after all and that's according to Microsoft. These problems include issues with installation as well as being limited to a single installation on one box. I thought there might be a catch. One thing that needs to be considered is that this could be a true upgrade from XP versus a full-blown, wipe-it-clean installation. It's been my experience that these upgrades just don't do a great job. If this is the case, you'll have many more problems down the road as a result of the upgrade. It's better just to blow the machine away and start from scratch.
  3. Well in order to run Vista, I have to upgrade my hardware first. I understand that 1GB of RAM is recommended, dang it!!! See? That's why I'm happy with XP; it does what I need
  4. Holy crap! Is that right??? That's going to get old real quick.
  5. Now you're talking! Mac's ROCK!!! I'd love to get my hands back on one. Haven't been able to since System 7 and I've heard they're sweet.
  6. Very true about the security aspect. Let's just all go to Linux and forget Windows
  7. Hmmm, interesting. Maybe I should try RC2 and see how I like it. How much will the professional edition cost?
  8. I'm with you! I love XP. No improvements are needed as far as I'm concerned. It's the most stable product M$ has ever put out.
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