Windows RTM Released


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Phylos_1

and low and behold it's what EVERYONE figured...

Too much! ;)

$99 home ed. up

$199 home ed. full / pro up

$299 pro full

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Tesseract

These prices are probably not what you will pay for Win XP in the store. These prices are the retail prices, more than likely you will pay the street price, which will be about what previous versions of Windows would cost.

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mortensen

No ?40 special for WinME users [like they did with 98-ME upgrade]???

Shame if they don't do that.

-mortensenj

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Tesseract

Not likely. Since this is such a big release, MS decided not to do this since they thought that this release would be so dramatic.

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me101

I wish we could all get together as a group, and collectivly use our buying muscle to get a better deal with the pricing on XP?

Any thoughts on this?

Plus, anyone know any retailers in the computer retail industry and let it be knows as to what the actual cost price of XP to retailers will be?

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nicrosoft

Ok, so we all know how much this thing is going to be. So with the wpa, is it going to be in the business end of the product. I don't want to register servers if I don't have to.

Oh, and is this a reg hack, and if so, where at? Any help would be appreciated

c_forsythe@hotmail.com

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Tesseract

Everyone who obtains a copy of Windows XP no matter what version MUST activate the product within 30 days or the software will cease to function until you activate it.

There have been cracks for wpa in previous builds of Windows XP, but builds 2542 and up have yet to be cracked.

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