Microsoft Releases DreamScene

Back in July, Window Vista Ultimate Team revealed their plans to ship the remaining promised Ultimate Extras (DreamScene and the remaining Language Packs) by the end of the summer. They missed their cue, but Windows DreamScene is now available.

Windows DreamScene transforms your desktop from a static wallpaper image into a full-motion video. In conjunction with Stardock, Microsoft also offers a number of new animated DreamScene desktops, including "Aurora". Additionally, you can use your own videos as DreamScene desktops or visit Stardock's Dream.WinCustomize.com website to download Stardock's DeskScapes (an add-on to DreamScene) as well as a collection of other content created by Stardock and members of the Ultimate community.

The remaining 19 language packs are, unfortunately, not yet ready for release. The windows Vista Ultimate Team admitted that Ultimate customers who tried to install the language packs that shipped earlier this year were "experiencing an unacceptably high number of failures during installation".
"We know this is disappointing, and again we apologize, but we are working hard to ensure that all of the remaining language packs will be ready for release by the end of October", said Barry Goffe, Windows Vista Ultimate Director.

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Microsoft Releases DreamScene

How much of my resources are needed for this?In Pakistan we get Vista from oil tycoons for free but it makes my dust encrusted camel pc slow as scorpion s**t.Why you do this to me?Kick me in the balls and leave me for dead?Is that the Microsoft way?What the hell am I even talking about...

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