The article wrote:
but Microsoft's decision to intentionally hide backups of user data is just plain wrong. If Vista keeps backups of user data, the user is entitled to see, use, and remove them. Users shouldn't need an expensive upgrade to Vista Ultimate just to rescue their data backups.
So the backups happen anyway, but Home* users just can't get at them - sounds like Marketing driven feature removal to me
Can anyone spread any light on this, either on why the decision was made or how to re-activate the ability to get at shadow copies (of data files).