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Microsoft released Vista Build 5536 to beta testers last week, but regular end-users can take their chances with the latest build as well. After the tremendous response generated by the initial availability of Vista Beta 2 to the public, Microsoft has decided to limit this pre-RC1 build of Vista to the first 100,000 downloads.

DailyTech just reported today that Microsoft has set a January 30 launch date for Windows Vista. Prices for consumers will range from $199/$99.95 for Vista Home Basic to $399/$259 for Vista Ultimate (full/upgrade).

Response to the latest build has been quite favorable. You can check out feedback on the latest build from WinSuperSite, JoeUser.com and MSTechToday.





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