Conclusion With the launch of Windows 7, there are really 3 different tales to tell. There’s Windows 7, the OS that needs to do what Vista failed to do and kill XP. Vista I’ve never been entirely convinced that Microsoft was looking to significantly move away from Vista with Windows 7, and the final release version has not changed that.
And there’s Windows 7, the OS that needs to put a stop to Apple’s continuing growth. Win7 certainly has a number of new features, some of them such as the interface overhaul are even big enough to be classified as “major”, but none of them are important enough to be significant.
This guy would really just like to have an early 911, but could never dream of owning one at the current costs.
So then let's say this same guy gets a '66 912, again cheap, dirt cheap.
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