Windows DreamScene transforms your desktop from a static wallpaper image into a full-motion video. In conjunction with Stardock, we’re pleased to also offer a number of cool, 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 fabulous content created by Stardock and members of the Ultimate community.
This is really cool stuff, but not what Windows Vista Ultimate is all about. Bloggers and press have been running around Microsoft because the Ultimate Extras was promised to be something extraordinaire for users of the top Windows Vista edition, but it seemed slow to deliver.
Today I got some feedback from Nick White, the guy behind the official Windows Vista Blog:
[While] we've essentially failed our Ultimate customers to date, we're working hard to exceed their expectations in the long run.
And Long, it appears the Ultimate Dev team is still working...
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