Vista "free" upgrade is not free
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| Pardon me for pointing out the obvious here but when
| it comes to upgrading to Vista there seems to be a
| disconnect between the Microsoft definition of thet
| erm free and the common every day usage of the term
| which means at no cost.
| And of course, for a significant proportion of users whob
| y a computer between now and March, an upgrade from
| Windows XP to an equivalent version of Vista will
| certainly not be free. Windows XP Home buyers will
| have to pay 50% of the boxed upgrade price for the
| equivalent Vista Home Basic version.
This is not a duplicate. The previous article talked about the trouble
of upgrading and migrating manually, at your own time, without anyone's