Starter Edition is essentially Windows 7 with a completely arbitrary three-application limit. This restriction is “designed to ensure that users get the best possible performance” from their netbook. That’s kind, isn’t it? Why not go the whole hog and slap the Windows 7 logo on MS-DOS? That’d go like lightning!
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That is insane. Expect suppliers to start hoarding copies of XP.
My N810 is now more powerful than a Netbook running the latest version of Windows. This just keeps getting better.
>>My N810 is now more powerful than a Netbook running the latest version of Windows.
After this announcement, so is my car trip computer. Doesn’t say much for the N810. ;-)
Actually, so’s my washing machine. And my carpet.
Article on arid.net (http://digg.com/d1pTAK) that talked about windows 7 starter edition and had suggestions on a better way to implement the starter edition for netbooks.