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Posted 24 December 2005 - 11:29 PM

I'm sure this was posted somewhere, but I wasn't able to find it in my quick little scan over the topics.

Even though I am not a Windows user, I was wondering if someone could tell me a bit more about the specific advantages of Vista over current XP versions? Aside from the more streamlined integratation with some periphials and multimedia devices, what else should I be looking forward to? The only thing I was semi-excited about was back when WinFS was scheduled to be released under Vista and that the entire system was going to be fully .NET functional. Since neither have panned out, I just wanted to know a little bit more about some of the hype from the Windows users I'm sure are around.

What will the server edition bring to the table? Practical prediction - be realistic - when do you see Vista (and more importantly it's serving counter part) hitting the public markets?

Thanks much in advance.

Happy Holidays from all of us here,

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