Sep2005 11

{mosimage}Paul Thurrott writes "Two days before the start of Professional Developers Conference (PDC) 2005, I've received exclusive insider information about the product editions, or SKUs, which Microsoft intends to create for Windows Vista (codenamed Longhorn). While the exact breakdown of the Windows Vista editions has been the subject of much speculation, this list closely matches the editions list I first published on the SuperSite for Windows last year. Here's how the Windows Vista product editions break down."

+ Windows Vista Starter Edition

+ Windows Vista Home Basic Edition

+ Windows Vista Home Premium Edition

+ Windows Vista Professional Edition

+ Windows Vista Small Business Edition

+ Windows Vista Enterprise Edition

+ Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

Interesting, that Microsoft went away from having so many editions quite a few years ago, and is now doing a backflip and going *overboard*. Can you imagine the confusion with IT Professionals and users ? "So, what version of Windows do you have ?" "I don't know, it's Windows Vista something".

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