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When you buy a qualifying Windows Vista Capable PC between October 26, 2006 and March 15, 2007, you may be eligible for an Express Upgrade to Windows Vista. Ask your retailer about the Express Upgrade to Windows Vista, being offered by participating PC manufacturers.

Receive an Express Upgrade to Windows Vista when you buy a qualifying PC running Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, or Windows XP Professional. The five different editions of Windows Vista are designed to fit the way you intend to use your PC:

Windows Vista Business
Regardless of the size of your organization, Windows Vista Business will help you lower your PC management costs, improve your security, enhance your productivity, and help you stay better connected.

Windows Vista Enterprise
Windows Vista Enterprise is designed to meet the needs of large global organizations with highly complex IT infrastructures. Windows Vista Enterprise can help you lower your IT costs while providing additional layers of protection for your sensitive data.

Windows Vista Home Premium
Whether you choose to use your PC to write e-mail and surf the Internet, for home entertainment, or to track your household expenses, Windows Vista Home Premium delivers a more complete and satisfying computing experience.

Windows Vista Home Basic
Windows Vista Home Basic is designed to deliver improved reliability, security, and usability to home PC users who just want to do the basics with their PCs.

Windows Vista Ultimate
If you want all of the best business features, all of the best mobility features, and all of the best home entertainment features that Windows Vista has to offer, Windows Vista Ultimate is the solution for you. With Windows Vista Ultimate you don’t have to compromise.

Source: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista/getready/expressupgrade.mspx


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Ever wondered whether you are getting the promised internet/broadband connection speed (bandwidth) from your service provder? Now there is an easy way to check out your internet speed, both upload and download, and best of all….. for FREE.

Step 1: Go to –> www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/
Step 2: Choose or click on a server near your location
Step 3: Sit back and relax… your results (upload and download speed) would be displayed on the screen.

There are some alternative sites to check your broadband connection speed like the ones below, but none of the sites are as simple and easy as speakeasy.

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