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Microsoft Windows Vista Review
26 March 2007
Excerpt: Many years in the Making, Vista has now been our for a couple of months in its final retail form. We take a concise look at Microsoft's new OS, uncover some bugs and give it a thorough shakedown. Is Vista ready to take over from XP as your PC's......
Conclusion: So this has been my experience with Windows Vista, “so far”. I recently tried upgrading from XP x86 to Vista x86 (you can check out ActiveWin’s visual tutorial here ) , Quote: “Installation in Vista is a very straightforward experience, its almost unattended; you only need to be at the computer...
Pros: Better Security/Backup/management, Simpler Interface, Better Integrated Search & Organization, Attractive Interface, Strong Set of built in applications, Strong hardware support, Straightforward Installation
Cons: Confusing Networking, Installation not customizable, Aero Graphics stressful on system, Some aspects of the interface not customizable, Defragmentation component too limited, No built in partitioning Tools, Too many Control Panel Applets in Classic View (take a que from Mac OS X's System Preferen...
Conclusion: It's by no means perfect, but the improved security, search and look-and-feel make Vista an obvious upgrade for anyone whose hardware will support it. But only if you can afford the high price.
Summary: It's by no means perfect, but the improved security, search and look-and-feel make Vista an obvious upgrade for anyone whose hardware will support it. But only if you can afford the high price.
Excerpt: Microsoft verspricht bei Windows 7 hohe Performance und verbesserte Energiesparfunktionen. Wir überprüfen die Behauptung und vergleichen Rechenleistung und Effizienz von Windows 7, Windows Vista SP2 und Windows XP SP3 auf drei aktuellen PC-Plattformen.