Friday, May 19, 2006

Vista takes 15GB?

I just ran the vista upgrade advisor (tells you if you have the requirements to run vista). and was shocked to get this error:

We're sorry, but your PC cannot currently install and run the core experiences of Windows Vista.

However, you may be able prepare your computer for Windows Vista by upgrading your PC hardware.

You will need to take the following actions to run Windows Vista.

Additional hard drive storage
15GB free space required (Your computer currently has 3.53 GB)
You will either need to:
a) upgrade your hard drive to increase its capacity, or
b) create additional free space on your existing drive by removing unwanted files.
If you decide to upgrade your hard drive, we recommend 40GB capacity at minimum for premium editions of Windows Vista. Contact your PC retailer to see if an upgrade is available.

Why in the world in an OS 15GB? How many DVD's is it comming on? Or better yet how many CD's for the non DVD people.


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