The oem versions are only $10 difference on NE. I've got an old HD with a valid licensed copy of XP. I'm thinking that may work since I'll be adding the DVD software and most all other apps. The retail upgrade versions cost more than the full OEM version that is why I'm considering those. I will being a PC some but I have a great PC already in the house, so this one will mainly be used as an HTPC. I'm anxious to try Vista, but don't want to spend the money if I don't need to.
Most folks who wish to try Vista do so in a multi boot enviroment, I would wait another year before trying it. It is still mssing a lot of drivers.
If your curious run the Vista upgrade advisor
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The viewer will learn how to search for and apply Apple Loops, as well as create their own in Logic Pro X.
Record a region in the tracks area:
Select the region:
Go to File > Export > Region to Loop Library:
Select the appropriate search terms…