I haven't rush out to get my copy of Vista, didn't really feel the urge... (Actually more on the reason of $$).
Anyhow, I am wondering, if one get the 32bits today, but later would want to utilise the 64bits hardware... does one have to purchase the 64bits DVD? or are both 32bits and 64bits binaries are on the same DVD media?
Key reason for this question is: If one got Vista 32bits and later decided to move towards 64bits, then it actually cost more because you will have to get another copy.
HOWEVER, if there is a cross-upgrade by product key option, then it'll be "gentle".
So can someone clarify the upgrade/cross-upgrade paths please?
What would be great is, outlining the cost (in NZ$) for Windows Anytime Upgrade; for cross-upgrade (32bits->64bits).