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When Windows Vista is released some time next year, would buying the full install be better than buying the upgrade? And if so can the benefits be provided please. This will help me make a clearer decision. Thank you.
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Generally, clean install with a new operating system is better because any configuration issues would carry over
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HOw much do you Think Windows Vista will go for when its released?
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Whatever they think they can get away with
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It will depend on which version you buy there is going to be more than just home and pro, there will be editions for slower computers and editions for gamers etc.

The different editions will cost differently and it will depend on where you live, they will be offering cheaper cut back versions for developing countries where even the governments are using pirated windows.
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