lol, dude it says the same thing with regular windows xp oem on newegg, you could by it with a $2 battery and that's good enough for newegg, and i'd like to know where you can get a windows xp cd for 95c
yea, but drivers,games and software are not as readily available, and windows obviously has something going as nearly everyone here is running a windows machine or a dual boot with windows or at least a case with a window
I wouldn't get it personally. Until my printer and my peripherals exist, since they don't have 64-bit drivers, will stick with 32-bit. Not like I'll gain any thing. Prolly will be poorer with 32-bit apps. I'll prolly get longhorn in a couple years..