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May 22nd 2009 1:12PM This isn't news, XP Starter and Vista starter were both limited to low resolutions, and 3 open applications (each of which can open, I believe, 3 windows) at a time. Further, the Starter editions are a (feeble) attempt to slow down piracy in developing countries, where most people aren't going to pay full price (or any money, really) for a normal copy of Windows. Starter has *not* been sold in any of the major markets (US, Western Europe, Japan).
Feb 3rd 2009 8:57PM Well, we've got 6 for vista, 6 for windows 7, how many do we have for xp? let's find out:XP StarterXP HomeXP Home NXP Home KXP Home KNXP Home SubscriptionXP Home Pay-As-You-GoXP ProXP Pro NXP Pro KXP Pro KNXP Media Center Edition 2002XP Media Center Edition 2004XP Media Center Edition 2005XP Tablet PC Edition 2002XP Tablet PC Edition 2005XP Enterprise (the volume licensing flavor)XP 64-Bit Edition 2002 (Itanium)XP 64-Bit Edition 2003 (Also Itanium)XP x64 Edition (The 'real' 64-bit one)XP EmbeddedXP for Embedded SystemsXP Embedded for Point of ServiceWindows Fundamentals for Legacy PCsThat's 24, by my count. Add another 6 or 7 in there if you count Server 2003 as repackaged XP.
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