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oh no... how much is this going to cost?


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I'm sure it's going to be very expensive. How much was XP when it first came out? But i heard it needs a really really high end computer to run it. That would punch up the price quite a lot if you have a computer like me.




Not really, maybe the final release will require a better computer but I am running windows Vista beta 2 on a computer with a 64MB graphics card and with 768MB of RAM, my Hard isn't all that big either and I am running a Multi boot with Windows XP, and both work fine. As for the price I expect the price to be quite high compared to Windows XP (which isn't all that expensive any more and can be bought now from an average of £50.00.)
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get the beta now!!!!and wusnt it originally windows rhino?
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No it was originally Windows Longhorn.
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