|10 May 2009||#1|
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Upgrade Path question/soapbox
Ok, so this is part question and part soapbox.
I have been using Vista Home Premium for quite awhile and for the most part I have enjoyed it over XP. I am currently running Windows 7 RC and enjoy this version even more. I am thinking about going to Ultimate version when the option becomes available.
I noticed that the upgrade path is going to be Vista Home Premium to Seven Home premium and Ultimate to Ultimate.
My question is, does this mean that if I want to end up with Windows 7 Ultimate do I need to upgrade to Vista Ultimate for $160 and then upgrade again for what ever MS decided to charge?
My soap box is I feel like Vista users are getting shafted. Windows 7 is essentially a fixed version of Vista. It seems like Microsoft reacted to the poor roll out of Vista by moving to Windows 7 quickly. Windows 7 should have minimal cost to Vista users and more flexibility of upgrading.
Just my thoughts.
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