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Vista Upgrade Advice
Posted by: Billy Hollis on Friday, February 02, 2007

Working in the Microsoft world, I've been getting a lot of questions about upgrading to Vista. I think I'll just point anyone else who asks to this.

Although I'm afraid some might not appreciate the humor...

(Found via GeekPress)
 
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What humor? Looks perfectly serious to me.
 
Written By: Dave Schuler
URL: http://www.theglitteringeye.com
If you are getting Vista and are an experienced user who won’t ever be calling Microsoft technical support, then I suggest getting an OEM copy off of newegg. They are much cheaper than buying it end user retail.

Also if you get your hands on an upgrade version, there’s a workaround to install it on a clean machine.
 
Written By: ChrisB
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My mother asked me to recommend a computer for them to buy. It’ll be their first one. Told them to wait until they can get a PC with Vista already installed, but I’m thinking a Mac might be better suited to them.
 
Written By: Keith_Indy
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