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We didn’t see much of a difference between DirectX 10.1 and 11, but if you’re a Windows Vista user who did then be happy because DirectX 11 is now finally available through Windows Update. [DailyTech]
The bottom line is this: if you want to upgrade to Windows 7 from RC, you are going to deal with some crap.
Surely this is some kind of innocent SEO-related keyword slip, right? I mean, Microsoft definitely doesn’t want one of the biggest online retailers in the world billing it’s new OS as Windows Vista 7 Home Premium, right? Right?!
We finally received the official word on Windows 7 pricing. For the most part, people itching to upgrade immediately or buy a new Win 7 machine are in luck.
Oops! A leaked Best Buy memo manages to both trash-talk Vista as well as give out the details of Best Buy’s Windows 7 upgrade plans.
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