Feast your eyes on the Windows Vista DVD covers. There are the actual images that will be features on the packages of Windows Vista. As you are able to see from the adjacent image, the packaging is for Windows Vista Home Basic, Home Premium, Business and Ultimate editions. According to the author, all images are in 300 dpi (3260 x 2161).
Back in October 31, 2007, you have been able to be among the first people of the general public to take a sneak preview at the design style implemented by Microsoft and included in the packaging for Windows Vista and Office 2007. In order to see the Vista and Office packaging, follow this link.
Also, at the beginning of November, Softpedia has presented the content of the Windows Vista Ultimate box. The package for Windows Vista Ultimate is illustrative of the method implemented by the Redmond Company when building all the boxes for Vista and Office 2007. If you want to take a look inside the Windows Vista Ultimate box, go here.
Also, did you know that there are nine editions of Windows Vista? The Vista DVD covers illustrate the four main editions. But besides Windows Vista Home Basic, Home Premium, Business and Ultimate, Microsoft will offer an additional five editions. Click here to find out more on this subject.
Windows Vista is scheduled for general availability on January 30, 2007. At the time of this article, there were precisely 13 days, 06 hours, 00 minutes and 17 seconds to the customer release of Windows Vista, the 2007 Microsoft Office System and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. You can access the Windows Vista DVD covers here.