There are some surprises in Starter edition. There's only a single grayed-out version of the default beta wallpaper, and no obvious way to change the wallpaper. There are no additional wallpapers on the system, and none of the usual wallpaper changing methods work. (Even installing Windows Live Photo Gallery doesn't work: The Set as wallpaper option remains, but doesn't do anything.) Starter edition also includes a bare-bones set of games and lacks the niceties we've come to expect from mainstream Windows versions, including Media Center and DVD Maker. Needless to say, I installed this build on a netbook, and was able to trigger the three application limit pretty easily.