HISTORY Microsoft Windows Vista is developed for personal computers Vista was released in January 30, 2007 Windows Vista is above to the xp to install oneself .
Longhorn Alpha 5048 version was used to xp code by that time Longhorn project cancelled because Xp core old for been. New Longhron project was started above the windows server.
Properties New visual theme. New find properties. New network properties. New print,sound and visualization properties. Windows Vista is using directx10. Characters are more clear and evident.
Windows SuperFetch, allows the computer to run faster. Search in the Start menu and search boxes, with each folder in Windows programs have been easier to achieve.
Vista also a Peer-to-Peer technology, increasing the level of communication between machines on home network
Vista’s versions Windows Vista Starter Windows Vista Basic Windows Vista Business Windows Vista Ultimate Windows Vista Enterprise Windows Vista Home Premium
Windows wista starter is the cheapest version. U.S., European Union, Australia and Japan, as well as advanced technology markets, is not available.
Windows Vista Basic: The most basic version of Vista. Windows Vista Business: More secure than the Home Basic version. It used for workplaced. Windows Vista Enterprise: Business, the enhanced version.
Windows Vista Ultimate: Home and Business versions of Vista is the highest version that combines. Vista has encryption software , it’s name is BitLocker.
Windows Vista Home Prmium: Computers at home or on the move in the greater ease of use, security and entertainment offering version.
Reactions From Windows Vista Usefulness appeared in features such as User Account Control. Accused of stealing Apples ideas. Vulnerable to security exploits and malicious software.
Hardware Requirements 1 gigahertz (GHz) 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor 1 gigabyte (GB) of system memory (512 megabytes (MB) for Home Basic) 40 GB hard drive with at least 15 GB of available space (20 GB for Home Basic)
Support for DirectX 9 graphics with WDDM and 128 MB of graphics memory (32 MB for Home Basic) DVD-ROM drive Audio Output Internet access (fees may apply)
Additional requirements: Actual requirements and product functionality may vary based on your system configuration. While all editions of Windows Vista can support multiple core CPUs, only Windows VistaBusiness, Ultimate, and Enterprise can support dual processors.