Not sure which version of Windows Vista
will be right for you? Things are about to get even more confusing. Microsoft is planning to roll out no fewer than seven versions of its next OS
, including the low-end Starter Edition, two different Home versions (Basic and Premium), at least three different versions for business, and an "Ultimate" edition. Of course, most consumers will probably get Vista when they buy a new PC, so they'll be spared the confusion, while IT managers will be able to use it as an excuse to expense their way to a Microsoft developers' conference where they'll learn the secret handshake.