Microsoft To Ship All OS Bits With Every Version Of Vista

"Microsoft To Ship All OS Bits With Every Version Of Vista"

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Microsoft plans to market several versions of Vista but will distribute all of the OS bits with every product shipped so users can easily unlock and step up to more full-featured versions using electronic keys, sources said.

"No matter which edition you buy you get all the bits and a key to unlock it. Everyone will have all the bits," said one source familiar with Microsoft's plans. "Right now we maintain master images for each version of Windows XP and it's a lot of work. Now there's just one master image."
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07-01-2006, 19:16:47

no dont, do chrome, chromes gangster lol

07-01-2006, 23:19:20

[QUOTE=FragTek]Wirelessly posted (Nextel BB7520: BlackBerry7520/4.0.2 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1)

Chrome it up! give it a nice shiny polish and that would be blingtastic![/QUOTE]

08-01-2006, 06:05:12

No seriously you aint a gangster - do something interesting but not chrome :(

08-01-2006, 06:21:27

thinking about it, kempez is right, chrome would look shit, do green and black. might not be as original but if you did it well it would look awsome

08-01-2006, 11:30:20

i belive a nice chrome rig would look rather good, i have seen shiny colours on rigs, but never before chrome, i would like to see how it turns out and if you really can see yourself in it :D

08-01-2006, 11:43:44


08-01-2006, 14:00:19

Bling bling beatch!

08-01-2006, 16:59:51

Do chrome

08-01-2006, 17:19:41

Whats wrong with British Raceing green, its the only colour mankind needs.

((Seriously, blue for the win))

08-01-2006, 17:28:01

I like the idea of blue or green (hence the vote)
Just like my C5 (smaller version of your stacker XMS) youve got the aluminum brushed pannels down the front, i reckon it would look quite cool if you went for the chrome! maybe a brushed chrome style (if there is such a thing)

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