Can you dual boot Windows XP Home and Vista Home Basic on a HP Pavilion dv1000?
On a computer with both Windows Vista and either Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 installed, Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 deletes any existing System Restore points belonging to Windows Vista during boot. Microsoft confirms this issue but maintains that it is a fundamental function of the way XP works and cannot be changed. According to Microsoft, the solution is to install Windows Vista on a separate partition invisible to XP.
THere is no such OS called windows premium., but in vista there are many flavours called vista basic, home premium and vista ultimate. In these variations the higher you go the more extra features u get and obviously the more you pay for it. LIke vista basic does have windows aero and home premium does not have dream scenes, bit locker etc which ultimate has., but the basic OS is the same. :)
No. Windows Vista's physical memory limits are 4 GB (for 32-bit) and 128 GB (for 64-bit) for the Ultimate version. Here are the memory limits for some versions of Vista: 32-bits Windows Vista Ultimate: 4 GB Windows Vista Enterprise: 4 GB Windows Vista Business: 4 GB Windows Vista Home Premium: 4 GB Windows Vista Home Basic: 4 GB Windows Vista Starter: 1 GB 64-bits Windows Vista Ultimate: 128 GB Windows Vista Enterprise: 128 GB Windows…
Windows Vista Home Premium has the same features that Home Basic has, in addition to the following features that Home Basic does not have: * Windows Aero interface * Windows Mobility Center * Tablet PC Support * Windows Meeting Space * Windows SideShow * Windows Media Center * Scheduled Backup * Windows DVD Maker * Assorted Games * Windows Movie Maker
System requirements for Windows Movie Maker v2.1 can be found at this URL: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/updates/moviemaker2.msp ___________________________________________ System requirements for Windows Movie Maker v2.6: Supported Operating Systems: Windows Vista; Windows Vista Business; Windows Vista Enterprise; Windows Vista Home Basic; Windows Vista Home Premium; Windows Vista Starter; Windows Vista Ultimate Movie Maker v2.6 requires a version of Microsoft Windows Vista that has the Vista version of Movie Maker already installed.
RadioShack you are wondering if it is possible to downgrade from windows vista basic edition to windows XP on your present computer?
Winnt 4 is an obsolete network operating system (NOS) from the Microsoft corp. in the early 90's . It's very limited and premitive in function and supports. It does not support for USB or even wireless. So don't even bother to install WinNT 4. It's better to use WinXP with SP2 to get support for wireless. Also new Vista OS also supports wireless.
Hiya i am doing a school project and i need help what is the difference between Windows Vista home basic and Windows Vista home premuim?
Simply put, Windows Vista Home Basic is just the basis of the real Vista Experience. If you just need to search the internet, and view a few photos, then this version might be for you. However, if you are doing school projects etc. then you would greatly benefit from the Vista Home Premium. Here is something that may help you decide for sure what you need just for you. Check it out~ Michelle http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/windowsvista/editions/choose.mspx