We already know Vista will be offered as a “Starter” kit, along with a “Home” version and a “Business” version. We might also see an “Enterprise”, “Business N”, “Home Premium”, “Ultimate” and perhaps even more. Is separating things in this fashion really a good idea, or will it leave most people even more confused about purchasing a computer? Four different versions of one build of Windows specifically for a home desktop. Will all four fall under different price categories? The launch of Vista is going to prove interesting, if anything, but also potentially confusing.
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