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# 10303 15-Nov-2006 18:59
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HI


Has any one seen the pricing for Vista? I would be interested if anyone knows.

thanks

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  # 52818 17-Nov-2006 13:41
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i got these prices from here:
http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20060905-7663.html

  • Windows Vista Home Basic: $199
  • Windows Vista Home Premium: $239
  • Windows Vista Business: $299
  • Windows Vista Ultimate: $399
but that is US pricing.
vista scares me.
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# 52821 17-Nov-2006 13:46
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By the way, if you have a MSDN or Technet subscription, Microsoft Windows Vista is now available for download (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=6847).

If you were a participant in the technical beta, and reported any bugs then you probably have an e-mail on your Inbox with a free copy of Windows Vista as a "thank you" from Microsoft.





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