Dos , Vista or Xp

India
November 10, 2008 5:42am CST
Hey ! I want to assemble a system . For that I m having several options for the operating systems . Either Dos , Vista or XP . I am bit confused to which one I go for . Can anyone tell me the good option out of it.
8 responses
@emojboy (632)
• Philippines
10 Nov 08
What is your computer hardware specs? It varies to your hardware in terms of choosing operating system to find out what is best for that setup.
@emojboy (632)
• Philippines
10 Nov 08
What is your computer specs? It varies on the hardware that would match to the operating system.
• Germany
10 Nov 08
Keep in mind, vista is gobbling resources like hell. You need a quick machine with enough Ram to run it properly
@rspfdo (10)
• Sri Lanka
10 Nov 08
xp is the best operating system I ever used. xp is more user friendly OS than vista.
@mirage108 (3403)
• United States
10 Nov 08
What I would do is look at the different operating systems XP and Vista, and if the system meets all the specs I would put that OS in it. Now it also depends on do you all ready own an Install CD for XP then install XP if not you will need to go with Vista XP is supposedly taken off the shelf
@loxion (1551)
• India
10 Nov 08
Go for Windows XP professional, you will always get updates for the latest security in terms of security.Dos is an old fashioned OS and i think you should forget about it. Windows vista i would say you will only have to buy new devices than you already as most of them might not be supported by Vista. When installing Vista there some certain requirement needed as compared to XP, things like the minimum 512 of RAM, i mean on XP that size of RAM is recommended but with Vista is the minimum Again Vista require lot of hard disk space for its installation only, i think 3GB of hard disk space after a complete installation I would suggeat you go for Windows XP
10 Nov 08
For a stable operating system, I'd go for Windows XP. Vista is known to be buggy with quite a bit of software. Also, let's face it: Vista is Microsoft's alternative to Apple's creamy looking GUI's.
@lycan89 (53)
• Italy
10 Nov 08
I am a computer technician and the good thin system to it is the windows xp now ;)