After five years since the release of Microsoft XP, the company is finally introducing Vista – Microsoft new operating systems, which replace window XP (or not). Tech Critics are writing about some of the great new features. Vista changes the way you access your data and changes the way you find documents, music, videos, pictures and everything else you use a computer for…. are you prepared to learn Vista?, because it will take sometime to familiar with new operating system.
Vista as a new graphical look is called Windows Aero and brings Vista’s look. Think in terms of clean, clear and very user-friendly. There are lots of 3D effects and modern typefaces for the user. In its own way, it’s Microsoft’s answer to Apple’s OS X. Vista’s new interface is very, very slick.
Vista at a glance
Windows Vista Home Basic: Includes security and search enhancements over Windows XP but not the new “Aero” visuals that enable transparent window borders, live previews and various animations. Intended for lower-end PCs with at least 512 megabytes of memory and an 800-megahertz microprocessor. $199 for full version; $99.95 for upgrade.
Windows Vista Home Premium: Includes improved security and search as well as the “Aero” user interface, Windows Media Center, Windows Tablet PC technology, integrated DVD burning. Intended for higher-end PCs with at least a gigabyte of memory. $239 for full version; $159 for upgrade.
Windows Ultimate: Includes all features of Home Premium as well as features from versions designed for businesses. Also promised are additional features, called Ultimate Extras, that can be downloaded from Microsoft, including a tool that animates the desktop background and an advanced image-editing tool. $399 for full version; $259 for upgrade.
â€” courtesy:The Associated Press