Did HP Accidently Reveal The Names Of Windows 8 SKUs?

Microsoft Windows 8 32 Edition Microsoft Windows 8 64 Edition Microsoft Windows 8 Enterprise 32 Edition Microsoft Windows 8 Enterprise 64 Edition Microsoft Windows 8 Professional 32 Edition Microsoft Windows 8 Professional 64 Edition As you’ve probably notice this doesn’t mention ARM, but this is kind of a duh factor since the Alcor Micro Smart Reader probably doesn’t support it. Personally though, I wouldn’t be surprised if Windows On Arm was just one single version. If this is true than there are just four ‘core’ versions of Windows 8: Windows 8, Windows 8 Enterprise, Windows 8 Professional, and Windows 8 On Arm. Obviously there is Windows Server 8 as well. While HP has worked quite closely with Microsoft on Windows 8, we still have no clue whether or not these above ‘versions’ have any real meaning or are simply placeholders. I somewhat hope it does prove true. While one SKU didn’t seem likely, I really think MS is doing us all a favor by reducing versions. Did we really need 100 different SKUs for Windows products? I like the good old days of just Windows 9x and Windows NT. Times were easier than I suppose. How about you? Do you think there is any merit to these SKU names or is it likely that they are just internal placeholders until they have more solid information to post? My only thing is if they were just placeholders, was it really necessary at all? The driver list could have just said “Will feature compatibility with Windows 8 upon arrival”, or something of that nature. I’m sure it will just be a few more months before we find out for real, though. [ source ]]]>

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