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Microsoft’s Flavors of Windows 7
Wall Street Journal – USA
By Nick Wingfield When it released Windows Vista two years ago, Microsoft took some lumps from critics and competitors for offering six versions of its
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Microsoft’s Plan For Windows 7 Includes Low-End Version
CNNMoney.com – USA
Although a large number of netbooks now run the last Windows operating system, Windows XP, almost none run Windows Vista, the current system.
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Report: Vista the least popular Windows OS ever
The Industry Standard – San Francisco,CA,USA
Once upon a time, Microsoft crowed that Windows Vista would be twice as popular as XP. Research firm Ovum, Ltd., predicted a more modest 15 percent
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Microsoft streamlines Windows 7 options
The Associated Press
When Microsoft started widely selling Windows Vista in January 2007, it offered four options: Home Basic, Home Premium, Business and Ultimate.
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Windows 7: Windows Vista With A New Name And Plastic Surgery
The Nillabyte Perspective – USA
Otherwise, it is Windows Vista. The one thing I do like about Windows 7 is that it is less annoying than Vista. Still, when compared to Mac OS X or Linux,
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Windows 7 improves on Vista’s artificial flavors
Good Morning Silicon Valley – CA,USA
As an example, some business customers using Windows Vista Business wanted the Media Center functionality that is in Windows Vista Home Premium but didn’t
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Windows XP still hot, but enterprises "slowly warming" to Vista
ebizQ – New Rochelle,NY,USA
But a new study suggests Windows Vista may have finally worked its way into the hearts of IT managers in North America and Europe.
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Add Custom Options to the Windows Vista AutoPlay Dialog
Lifehacker – San Diego,CA,USA
By The How-To Geek , 1:00 PM on Tue Feb 3 2009, 36 views Ever wished you could add a custom action to the Windows AutoPlay dialog? The Windows Vista for
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Microsoft to offer XP-to-Windows 7 upgrades
Computerworld – Framingham,MA,USA
When Microsoft launched Windows Vista in January 2007, for example, it offered people then running XP those upgrade paths. Smith and other analysts
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Microsoft to shove XP toward retirement with upcoming support shift
Computerworld – Framingham,MA,USA
However, the long span between the releases of XP and its successor, Windows Vista, forced the company to push out the support deadline to 13 years
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Google Blogs Alert for: windows vista

Vista takeup still under 10 per cent (The Inquirer) – Windows
By News
Egan Orion the inquirer In corporate enterprises Source: Yahoo! News.
Windows Vista Forums – http://winvistaforums.com/

ThinNetworks – Soluções Thin Client – Início – Windows Vista
Windows Vista Certified System requirements PC running Windows 2000, XP or Vista. (Windows 2000 users require DirectX 9.0 for video calls). Internet connection (broadband is best, GPRS is not supported for voice calls, and results may
TechBlips – Top Software News,… – http://techblips.dailyradar.com/software/

Certification Articles » MCTS: Windows Vista – Configuration
By Chris
The MCTS: Windows Vista – Configuration certification is designed to validate the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the functions and features of Windows Vista and to troubleshoot network-connectivity and
IT Certification Articles – http://certificationarticles.com/

Timer Clock by DuoDimension Software – Free Vista Files
Free Timer Clock screenshot file · Works with Windows Vista. Often people who work at computers have no rest-time and have not enough eye care. It`s easy to forget about rest-time during work. Timer Clock reminds you about rest-time and
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Your Cleaner 1.4 – Microsoft Windows Vista Community Forums
By VistaUtils
Your Cleaner is a FREEWARE system optimization and cleaning tool. More…
Microsoft Windows Vista Community… – http://www.vistaheads.com/forums/