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Windows Vista

Windows Vista



Nasir, Nasiramd, Rabwah, Windows Vista Features

Nasir, Nasiramd, Rabwah, Windows Vista Features



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    Windows Vista Windows Vista Presentation Transcript

    • By Nasir Ahmad [email_address]
    • Which comes first! Hardware or Software?
    • Introduction A latest operating system by Microsoft to utilize the maximum processing speed and storage capacity of an advanced PC.
    • Some Facts about Vista
      • Vista released in Jan 2007
      • XP release in Oct 2001
      • Vista released after 5 years of XP
      • Vista development started before release of XP
      • Longhorn: before July 2005 Vista was Longhorn
      • Increase security
    • Purpose
      • Improve the state of security in the Windows operating system
      • Increase level of communication
      • Maximum utilization of a system resources
    • Windows Vista Flavors
      • Windows Vista Starter
      • Windows Vista Home Basic
      • Windows Vista Home Premium
      • Windows Vista Business
      • Windows Vista Ultimate
      • Windows Vista Enterprise
    • Windows Vista Starter Mainly to offer a legal alternative to using unauthorized copies. This edition sells only in "emerging markets" such as Mexico, Brazil, India, Pakistan, Thailand, People's Republic of China, Indonesia and the Philippines
    • Windows Vista Home Basic 199.95$ Home Basic targets budget-conscious users not requiring advanced media support for home use.
    • Windows Vista Home Premium 259.95$ This edition also supports additional features aimed for the home market segment, such as support for HDTV and DVD-authoring.
    • Windows Vista Business Windows Vista Business Edition targets the business-market. 299.95$
    • Windows Vista Ultimate Windows Vista Ultimate combines all the features of the Home Premium and Enterprise editions, plus the "Ultimate Extras" and stronger encryption 319.95$
    • Windows Vista Enterprise This edition targets the enterprise segment of the market: it comprises a superset of the Vista Business edition. Additional features include support for Multilingual User Interface (MUI) packages, BitLocker Drive Encryption, and UNIX application-support.
    • Some End Users Features
      • Updated GUI & Visual Styles
      • Windows Aero
      • Improved Searching Features
      • New Way of Digital Entertainment (DVD Creator, Media Center, Media Player 11 etc)
      • Redesigned printing, audio, networking and display
    • Some End Users Features
      • Parental Control
      • Windows Meeting Space
      • Windows Mail
      • IE 7
      • Speech Recognition (Accessibility)
    • Some Advanced Features
      • Backup and Restore Center (Ghost)
      • Shadow Copy automatically
      • BitLocker Drive Encryption
      • .Net framework Version 3 for developers
    • System Requirements
      • Vista Capable
      • Vista Premium Ready
    • Vista Capable
      • A Vista Capable or equivalent PC is capable of running all editions of Windows Vista although some of the special features and high-end graphics options may require additional or more advanced hardware.
    • Vista Premium Ready
      • A Vista Premium Ready PC can take advantage of Vista's high-end features.
    • Vista Capable
      • Processor: 800MHz
      • RAM: 512MB
      • Graphics card: DirectX 9.0 capable
      • Graphics memory: 32 MB RAM
      • HDD capacity: 20 GB
      • HDD free space: 15 GB
      • Other drives: DVD-ROM
      • Audio: Audio output
    • Vista Premium Ready
      • Processor: 1GHz
      • RAM: 1GB
      • Graphics card: DirectX 9.0
      • Graphics memory: 128 MB RAM or 512 MB for greater resolutions
      • HDD capacity: 40 GB
      • HDD free space: 15 GB
      • Other drives: DVD-ROM
      • Audio: Audio output
    • Upcoming
      • Service Pack 1 released in Jan 2008
      • Service Pack 2 in testing phase
    • Conclusion (Vista adoption lower than XP) Biggest tech disappointment of 2007
      • Windows Vista had cost 6 billion dollars to develop
      • High system requirements
      • More restrictive licensing terms
      • New DRM (Digital Rights Management) technologies
      • Lack of compatibility with certain pre-Vista hardware and software
    • User Satisfaction Rate 1 st Quarter 2008
    • Questions Please don’t ask any question. Visit: www.google.com To find out answers of your questions. Thanks