Windows 7 Product Editions Announced

  Zeppelyn 03 Feb 09
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Thankfully it seems for most it will boil down to a choice between Home Premium and Professional.

Also it appears an upgrade from XP is not supported, XP users can only "upgrade" by performing a clean install of Windows 7.
Microsoft will not support an in-place upgrade but there will be utilities to smooth the process and get data transferred over easily.

Anyone interested and read the details here.
click here

  ¿ unsure ¿ 03 Feb 09

they will be 5 versions of 7 and 4 of them can be bought by your average Joe Soap.

  anskyber 04 Feb 09

It all sounds like W7 berfore Xmas rather than 2010.

  anskyber 04 Feb 09

This useful tyable gives a good idea of how the editions will layer upwards. click here

  anskyber 04 Feb 09

Drat that link is not working well, this should do it click here

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