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If you were asleep this week, or on a nuclear sub, or trapped at the bottom on an icy crevasse, you may have missed the launch of Vista. And, more importantly the inevitable backdraft. So, for easy reference, here is a quick run down of the Week in Vista. Enjoy:

Vista and music still chums

A PC to call your own...

Microsoft nixes stripper ban for Vista launch

Simon says: let me hack your Vista PC

Microsoft prepares to shoot geek into space

Why Vista will take a back seat for a few years

IE ripe for attack, despite Microsoft claims

Vista sends PC prices sky high

Vista DRM broken already?

Vista raises the bar for flaw finders

Vista: long-term burn, not short-term sizzle

Second Life sex shows benefit glorious nation of Vista

Vista is here...and so are the books!

Vista and British Library put da Vinci online

Vista launches to muted applause

Evesham Solar Storm Windows Vista PC

AMD posts WHQL-approved ATI Radeon driver pack for Vista

Vista: fit for purpose...

Is Windows Vista ready for you?

IBM Tivoli adds 'basic' Vista compatibility

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