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Want Longhorn --Have to Upgrade to 512 MB RAM
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/28/2005 08:38:00 PM.

Microsoft is already briefing PC manufacturers on how to make the best of the move from Windows XP to Windows Longhorn. And that concerns anyone thinking of buying a PC because you will need a machine that can run the thing.

According to a white paper Microsoft issued at WinHEC, PCs have to have : -
  • "a modern CPU"
  • 512MB of memory
  • a "graphics component with a Longhorn display driver model (LDDM)"
It looks as though Microsoft wants the PC vendors to brand their machines, starting from the end of this year, with a Longhorn Ready PC logo, and the Vole is eager that people don't postpone buying a machine until the release of Longhorn. Microsoft states that "computer purchases in the near term will retain their value after the availability of Longhorn protecting investments".

Source: Inquirer

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