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News Microsoft extends Win 7 download cap

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Guest-16, 12 Jan 2009.

  1. Mother-Goose

    Mother-Goose 5 o'clock somewhere

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    I think I might set this to dual boot on my laptop and give it a go.

    Now, the biggest question I can think of at the momement is:

    When this reaches Gold and is finally released to be purchased, do we reckon it's going to cost the earth like Vista did?
     
  2. liratheal

    liratheal Sharing is Caring

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    Given that the beta seems to be tagged 'Ultimate', I expect there will be a pricing structure akin to the current cluster**** (We can't expect them to get everything right now, can we. I'd rather a good OS and a mess of a pricing scheme tbh). I haven't heard of any word on price, but I wouldn't mind parting with ~£100 for it. OEM, of course.
     
  3. Mother-Goose

    Mother-Goose 5 o'clock somewhere

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    I'd be happy if it was £150 for the Home Premium retail but doubt that will happen. It's a right pain in the ass if they charge top wack for it seeing as it Vista, whilst a nice step forward, was bloody expensive and didn't live up to all it's hype.
     
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