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Review of Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium

Good

“Windows Vista”

published 04/07/2010

Good new look

Slow

...Windows is one of the major computer software brands that compete with the likes of apple with their Mac?s. I find Windows to be more so for office work where lots of work processing is done, and Apple?s for the more design savvy people such as architects. Windows Vista was released Jan 2007, as the newer version of Windows following Windows XP. ? 800 megahertz (MHz) processor and 512 MB...

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Review of Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic

Not for me

“Windows Vista”

published 08/10/2008

it looks nice

it is unreliable and unpredictable

...Why I Upgraded I recently upgraded from Windows XP Home Edition to Windows Vista, the reason for the upgrade was simply because I got a new laptop and it came with Windows Vista. If I had not have needed the new laptop then I probably would not have paid to upgrade to Vista, this is mostly because I was happy with XP and so had no reason to want to upgrade. I had heard of Vista though...

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Review of Introducing Windows Vista - William R. Stanek

Good

Fair coverage, plenty of screen shots.

Not too sure of its target audience

...It's been many years in development and has filled thousands of column inches in the computer press but at last, Windows Vista is upon us. Windows Vista claims to be the most radical overhaul so far of Windows with many new features as well as toughened up security. Will the changes baffle people or be the best thing they've ever seen? The author, William R. Stanek has over 50 books to his...

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