What is Windows Vista

Posted by Shailendra Doke | Jan 14, 2007

Windows Vista is a Operating System and the latest version of Microsoft Windows. XP was launched in 2001,and after 5 years Windows launched Vista.

Vista will be launched Worldwide on 30 Jan 2007.

What is different in Vista?

One of the most common criticisms of Windows XP and its predecessors has been their commonly exploited security vulnerabilities and overall susceptibility
to malware, viruses and buffer overflows.

Vista is safer than other Windows versions. Especially for 'Internet Security'.
The version of Internet explorer is 7 in Vista.

Parental Control

Vista has the facility to lock specified websites. It keeps the track of computer use.
Speech Recognition With the help of Vista we can give commands by talking. Microphone is must for this facility. Means if I want to connect to the Internet then I just have to say 'Internet’, it will connect me to the Internet. We can write emails or any document by talking to the computer.

Remote Assistant

If there is any problem in my computer or I want to install any new software then I can tell this problem to any person in the world by Hotmail and that person will connect to my computer from any where in the world and can solve the problem. For this I must have Windows Vista and the other person must have Windows Vista or XP. There is no need of fast Internet connection for this we can do this in slow Internet speed.

Windows Vista Operating System will look more beautiful.

With 3D effects. Also the wallpaper and desktop icons will be 3D.

Logos of folders, emails will look different

The look of Windows Vista is totally attractive than XP.

1 Comment
  • # Blogger on 2/22/2017 01:50:00 AM  

    Have used AVG antivirus for a few years now, and I'd recommend this anti virus to everybody.

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