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Old 10-02-2008, 02:59 AM   #1
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is there a difference betweent the 2? the dell xps im looking at comes with vista premium 64bit
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Old 10-02-2008, 04:44 AM   #2
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Vista Ultimate has a few extra features such as Windows DVD Maker, Follow this link to the features of each suite. http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win...s/default.aspx

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Old 10-02-2008, 07:17 AM   #3
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I like it how they ticked Easier networking connectivity... on all 4 versions

I find that way easier on my XP PC than on my Vista laptop, I nearly ended up with grey hair trying to get a simple home wireless network happening, the same was dead easy in XP
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That's strange Anton, Vista is a lot easier to setup than XP, Wireless is even easier my friend. I think once people get use to vista they should be wright, it's getting use to the different interface that I find puts a lot of people off it.

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yes, maybe I need to get used to the interface, I have only had it for 4 weeks and I am still getting annoyed about silly changes from XP such as the many new sections of event viewer and the automatically disappearing/reappearing +icons in front of folders that have subfolders, what an animation disaster, that makes me angry each time, so far I have not found a way to kill this annoyance, I killed many others already
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I too have turned off most things I could find but the thing that is still puzzling for me is that I can easily access files on two win2k PC on the network but can only get files off one hard drive on my old editing PC which has XP . THe other 4 hard drives seem to have exactly the same sharing setup!!!!! I would love to just turn off all the wonderful security measures!!!!!!

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