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Worth the $ to get it?
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You can compare the additions here:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/compare/default.aspx
It depends on what you need as to whether it is worth it.
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Click the compare versions tab on that link.
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A more comprehensive list can be found here, highlighting things missing from the Microsoft page, such as booting to VHD and many business-beneficial features, such as DirectAccess, BranchCache, BitLocker.
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@PowerEdgeTech that one is fantastic.
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I've got it bookmarked I use it so much :)
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