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john19055
02-02-07, 12:34 AM
Features not available in Home basic and home premium (but available in all other editions)

Two processors (two processor sockets) support For multiple processor computers ,Does this mean the Vista Home premium does'nt support multiple processors or does it mean it does not support two seperate CPU slots on a motherboard.,This is confussion,I don't want a new operatiing system if it does not support my dual processors,I wanted the Vista Home Premium,but that information has me confused,Why could'nt they have made it easier to pick one or two heck even four instead of 20 different versions.

http://www.powerdonkey.net/signup3.php#ULTIMATE_AND_PREMIUM

Rakeesh
02-02-07, 12:36 AM
Features not available in Home basic and home premium (but available in all other editions)

Two processors (two processor sockets) support For multiple processor computers ,Does this mean the Vista Home premium does'nt support multiple processors or does it mean it does not support two seperate CPU slots on a motherboard.,This is confussion,I don't want a new operatiing system if it does not support my dual processors,I wanted the Vista Home Premium,but that information has me confused,Why could'nt they have made it easier to pick one or two heck even four instead of 20 different versions.

http://www.powerdonkey.net/signup3.php#ULTIMATE_AND_PREMIUM

They are referring to two physically separate CPU's as opposed to a multi-core CPU or hyperthreading for example.