Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Windows Vista Business
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Increased usability, especially for the office user, but keep the software upto date!
12 February 2010
Excerpt: Another Microsoft Blunder, another wasted hour of productivity. But this is for the Business Market. The Features - A few more than Vista Home Premium, but essentially this is a business based edition. Mainly corporate networking utilities/features. The side bar is pretty cool, with lots of little gadgets to keep you up to date on stocks & shares/Exchange Rates/Weather/News.
Excerpt: Microsoft Windows Vista is the successor to the Windows XP operating system and has been pre-installed and sold with millions of PCs and laptops. I've been using Vista Business on my laptop simply because it came with it, but have also played around with the Home Premium and Ultimate flavours. Let me start by saying I hate it and it's no wonder they came out with Windows 7 so quickly since the Vista's launch.
Excerpt: The dreaded Vista. Many people fall on different sides of the argument. Is it good? Is it crappy? A lot of the people who outright slate Vista are often those who you see reminiscing about the days when it took 10 minutes to download a picture on the web. If they do not fall into this category they are either those who own a Mac or the dreaded 'I hate Microsoft for the sake of it' bunch that I find seem to grace my Computer Science lectures on a regular basis.
I will be sticking to XP for the time being and waiting for Windows 7.
29 May 2009
Excerpt: I have been using Microsoft Windows Vista Business for about 6 months now and can definitely say that I prefer Windows XP. One of the main things that I noticed about Vista was how sluggish it was, the machine I am running it on is a decent spec and I really expected it to be a lot quicker. To me I haven't really found any major benefits of Vista, with it being slower it has put be off straight away.
Excerpt: Cam included with my business laptop and I've been using it for the last three months. I must admit that I have mixed feelings regarding Windows vista. I do see it is the safest and most feature rich windws up to date but on the other hand, it seems very slow (and my company laptop is rather good) and I can't honestly say that I find some of the new features, as for instance the new start bar, usefull in any way. The newest windows does have some nice features however.
For all the fancy stuff Windows Vista adds, its just eats more and more into your hardware
15 September 2008
Excerpt: So Windows Vista, where should i start. Installation Well from installation i guess. Overall the installation was quite quick for the size, probably faster than the time it took to install Windows XP. UI When you first get into Windows Vista it has a very clean layout and you can clearly see that its taken a few bits from the Mac and fused it with Windows and has left it with a nice clean look.
Excerpt: Lets get this over with quickly. Vista is a pile of poo. I do not make this claim lightly, I have been a beta-tester for Microsoft since 1989, testing first Windows 3.0 then 3.1, 3.11, and Windows for workgroups. I have tested Windows Chicago (Win95) right through to Vista. In 2001, XP was released, and contrary to what most people around here think, XP was not the greatest system Microsoft produced, that title falls to Windows 2000.
All though microsoft have a monopoloy and get slated often, i am pleased with vista business
24 April 2007
Excerpt: Having installed vista business the day it was released on my first machine (dual core 3.2, 2gb RAM good graphics card) I was expecting to have hundred's of problems as with xp release and the beta version. i do have the Multi user liscense version, others may vary slightly The Installation: I put the disc in, booted the disc, hit a few keys, agreed to the EULA and away it went. It looks like it dumps the installation files onto the computer, compressed.