Microsoft released the Beta 2 version of its highly anticipated
Windows Vista today, allowing the general public to test the most feature
packed version of its OS yet. However, Microsoft does warn that the release is
far from stable and should not be relied upon as a main machine for personal
use. Users will also be disappointed by
the weighty requirements needed to run the silky Aero interface, and the need
for a high speed internet connection. Nevertheless, this release at least gives
us some idea of what
Info, PC requirements, and download here.
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