These three files you see below, hosted on msft-dnl.digitalrivercontent.net owned by Digital River (which is a Microsoft Delivery Partner so No, they don’t contain any virus, spyware or other malware), are the files contained in a Windows Vista DVD if you get it from a retail store (for free). They contain all the different 32-bit Vista editions namely: Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Business and Ultimate, and let you also upgrade from any of these versions into another one. Of course to make Vista work you need to buy the license key directly from Windows Marketplace. Anyway if you are lazy and you don’t feel like getting out of your house, take the metro, a couple of buses and a 20 minute walk, this is the right solution!
Download them now!
After you have finished downloading, make sure to put them in the same folder or directory. After that the only thing you have to do, is to make a bootable DVD and you are done!
Update: if you wish to get the X64 Windows Vista version, don’t run to the store round the corner, download it here:
Ps: if you already have a license key but you wonder how to save it, read this article.
Tags: dvd, trick, Windows Vista
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