windows vista..... have you tried it?
March 5, 2007 1:59am CST
hi friends. i would like to share a funny thing with you. here in India the pirated copy of windows vista arrived in the markets far before than the origional vista launched here. ok... now plz let me know if anyone out there has tried it? is it really that good? i have heard that it has a very good graphic processor. is it really that good? plz share your experience with us.
5 Mar 07
Ya, I know that because i have already used vista. I think microsoft needs more time to make vista stable. vista requires minimum of 512MB of RAM and i will recommend you not to use vista if you have less than 1 GB of RAM. you need good graphics card. I know GUI is cool but give it some more time. Few bugs are also there.
15 Apr 07
Woow WIndows Vista.. what a hot subject i can say. I have talked a lot in my area with many of my friends and all of them had only positive thoughts about it. I can say that i was blow off by this new windows system. Some things certainly lack to it but this new look which Microsoft has incorporated in it certainly do the money you would give for it. I have waited this new system for 2 weeks and here i am using it. It was pretty hard for me to buy it because in my area it can't be found. So i had to ask a friend from another part of my country to order me. I am so happy using it and all i have are only words of gratitdue. I post here a short description about VISTA. Windows Vista contains hundreds of new features; some of the most significant include an updated graphical user interface (GUI) and visual style dubbed Windows Aero, improved searching features, new multimedia creation tools such as Windows DVD Maker, and completely redesigned networking, audio, print, and display sub-systems. Vista also aims to increase the level of communication between machines on a home network using peer-to-peer technology, making it easier to share files and digital media between computers and devices. For developers, Vista includes version 3.0 of the .NET Framework out of the box. The .Net Framework makes it significantly easier for developers to write high-quality applications than with the traditional Windows API.
5 Mar 07
No havem't tried vista. It takes lots of system resources and iam a fast user and can't afford to wait for programs to open. Infact vista requires more RAM even 512 is less for it you must have atleast 1 GB of RAM and a good graphics card to run vista with full fledge. secondly if your HDD space is small say 40GB then its a bad idea to go for vista because vista is about 3.5 GB in size in cd and after installation it becomes around 5 to 6 GB in size of your HDD and apart from that you have temp folders and other resources that take space.
5 Mar 07
i have used vista but just made it on a backup drive, my main drive still uses xp as vista wont let me play all of my games, the user interface of vista is really good but the performance comes up short compared to xp so im sticking with xp. BTW for you to be able to use the aero interface your gonna have to use a pretty decent graphics card.