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Microsoft Windows Vista Plus Pack
« on: 16. January 2008., 15:05:09 »


FEATURES & SPECS

Releases 15 Feb/08. User-friendly software combines the features of Vista Home Basic with even more impressive and user-friendly capabilities. Features Windows Aero, an efficient and visually stunning interface that makes it easier to accomplish multiple tasks at once by providing a three-dimensional, real-time, animated view of all of your open applications and documents.

WebID:   10097054
Mfr. Part Number:   811930103934
Instruction Manual Language    English
Operating Language    English


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FEATURES:
  • By integrating search throughout the operating system, helps you quickly find and organize large collections of documents, pictures, movies, videos, and music.
    Includes Windows Tablet and Touch Technology that enables you to interact with your Tablet PC-compatible computer with a digital pen or your fingertip instead of having to use a keyboard.
    Includes all of the Windows Media Center capabilities for turning your PC into an all-in-one home entertainment centre enjoy music, photos, and DVD movies.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Optical Drive: DVD-ROM
    CPU Type: Intel x86
    CPU Speed: 1GHz
    Hard Drive: 40GB
    RAM Size: 1GB
    Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible, 128MB Video Memory
    Others: Sound Card, Internet Connection

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Microsoft Windows Vista Plus Pack
« on: 16. January 2008., 15:05:09 »




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Re: Microsoft Windows Vista Plus Pack
« Reply #1 on: 31. May 2011., 12:20:17 »
Microsoft windows vista plus pack is excellence . I like it, because the description is amazing. That give the full of knowledge about that. It is the application pack which has suite with it completely.

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Re: Microsoft Windows Vista Plus Pack
« Reply #2 on: 09. February 2012., 21:26:58 »
There is to do a lot of discussion rounds, Microsoft will soon pull the plug-in support for XP and Vista. This caused a lot of Windows users panic. There is no need to act in haste, and confused. But the fact is, XP is one of the four-year-old a 9-year-old operating system and Vista. And support is being phased out .

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Re: Microsoft Windows Vista Plus Pack
« Reply #3 on: 14. May 2012., 03:53:14 »
I really do not like windows vista. My fav windows is Windows 7 and xp.

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Re: Microsoft Windows Vista Plus Pack
« Reply #4 on: 14. May 2012., 10:21:05 »
In average ther is just every second OS from MS that is worth to install if you look back in history.

If we look at the Window's OS the history is like:
I have left out the DOS era.

* "Windows 3.0" (not so long living and just more and less the first real commersal Windows OS)
* "Windows 3.1" The first real Windows Good in my View
* "Windows 3.11" Just a upgrade of Windows 3.1 bur with network integrated in the Windows level (no need to use a dos network driver) Good in my View
* "Windows 95" A new built OS but not complete yet
* "Windows 98" Good in my View
* "Windows 98 SE" Good in my View but realy just a little more then a servicepack
* "Windows Millenium" Whay ??? last scream on the 16-bit arcitecture

* "Windows NT 3.1" (first try) in NT
* "Windows NT 3.5" (Just server OS) Good in my view as the first 32-bit Server OS
* "Windows NT 4" Good in my view
* "Windows 2000" Just a first try to the XP arcitecture not a ready OS
* "Windows XP" Good in my view
* "Windows 2003"  (Just server OS based on XP) Good in my view but only as server OS
* "Windows Vista" Whay ???
* "Windows 2008" Good in my view but only as server OS
* "Windows 7" Good in my view
* "Windows 8" ? Lets see
Their is two easy way to configure a system!
Every thing open and every thing closed.
Every thing else is more or less complex.

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Re: Microsoft Windows Vista Plus Pack
« Reply #5 on: 14. May 2012., 21:50:19 »
In average ther is just every second OS from MS that is worth to install if you look back in history.

...

Excellent conclusion pal.  :thumbsup:

By the way, IMO, XP is The Best OS in History and it'll be No1. for long time...


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Re: Microsoft Windows Vista Plus Pack
« Reply #6 on: 15. September 2012., 22:06:51 »
* "Windows 2000" Just a first try to the XP arcitecture not a ready OS
In my opinion the best OS ever (Win7 is also a nice one). Was very stable and fast on modern PCs. And it had not some of the supid features of XP. XP wasn't as stable and reliable als 2000.

Win7 is a nice one too. Win8 maybe the worst ever.

 

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