Google News Alert for: windows vista

Windows 7: Say Goodbye to XP Downgrades
Channel Insider – New York,NY,USA
More often than not in business deployments, one of the first things done with a new PC is to downgrade from Windows Vista to the more popular Windows XP.
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What You Need to Know About SP2 for Windows Server 2008 and Vista
Windows & Net Magazine – Cleveland,OH,USA
By the time you read this, Microsoft will have released SP2 for both Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista. And yes, the same service-pack executables
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Windows 7 Boosts Hyper-Threading Support
InformationWeek – Manhasset,NY,USA
Ultimately, only a handful of Fortune 500 companies upgraded their business PCs to Windows Vista. Most have stuck with the older Windows XP operating system
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Five quick Windows Vista speedup tips
CNET News – San Francisco,CA,USA
by Dennis O’Reilly I split my work time about evenly between Windows XP and Vista. Let me tell you, I’ll take Vista 99 days out of 100.
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Google Blogs Alert for: windows vista

Speed Up Windows Vista / Windows XP | Nathan’s Plain Tech Talk
By Nathan Hull
READ: Learn how to speed up your vista enabled computer! Rate, comment, subscribe! I take requests, just send me a message. My email is
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The next SP3 for Windows Vista is in preparation – Neowin Forums
If they could name it, would be SP3 The Win7 (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif) ? I really hope you are not applying (like a lot of idiots do) that Windows 7 is just Windows Vista with a Service Pack.
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Upgrading to Windows 7 Part 3
"While Windows XP supports only migrating to Windows 7 via the Windows Anytime Upgrade tool, Windows Vista have a choice: They can use WUA to perform a clean install of Windows 7 and then migrate their settings and data over from
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Windows 7: Small improvements make big splash | TopNews United States
By topnews
Windows 7: Small improvements make big splash Washington – Microsoft has all but admitted that Windows Vista was a flop. So why not start using its successor right now? You can, simply by downloading the free release candidate of
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Windows 7 Windows XP Mode (XPM) – Everything you need to know
By Al
Med-V is geared towards large scale organizations that use management infrastructure. XPM was designed for Small Businesses. MED-V is also supported with Windows Vista. More information about MED-V can be found here.
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