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Topic # 11604 1-Feb-2007 19:04
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I got my weekly junk mail for the recycling industry and saw this add in a DSE catalog.
I looked at the pretty picture on the screen and reand the txt and thought *i need to take better photo's*
The Text says Vista Home.

vista with laptopl.

But the picture is one that represents, vista business version as here Harvey norm's junk mail describes.

what's what?

Ok, um why did i mention it. well umm "Because it was there!"

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  Reply # 59534 1-Feb-2007 19:08
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That is a picture of Flip3D which is part of Home Premium, Ultimate and Business.

That picture seems to be a standard publicity shot they are using. The same one was on a postcard Microsoft sent the other day.



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  Reply # 59537 1-Feb-2007 19:25
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Thanks, I understand.

My wide(HD) postcard from MS was of Tongariro nat park.
And it smells funny, like it's hot from the printers.

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