If you install it as you would on any computer, then instead of double clicking the icon to launch it, right click the icon and select run as administrator it will launch. However, for me there are a few of the options like the black and white feature are disabled. Weird but very happy to have it working on Vista. It's the best program. I've been lost without it. Hope you have the same luck I did.
Yes, Microsoft Office 2003 is compatible with Windows Vista.
Yes, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 is compatible with Windows Vista.
Yes, Microsoft Flight Simulator X does indeed work on Windows Vista.
Microsoft Office 2003 is indeed compatible with Windows Vista. Office 2003 has plugins for 64 bit operating systems. Office 2003 is compatible with Windows 7 and 8.
No, it is compatiable with vista home premium, I have had it.
Simple answer - NO and it's terrible. I love this program but can no longer use it. Microsoft does not seem to care. Sad, but true.
Yes it is.
Yes. Microsoft Office 2003 is still compatible with Windows Vista and Windows 7.
yeah it can use vista or these other Apple MacOS, Microsoft Windows Vista / 2000 / XP
They are "compatible" in the sense that many applications that run on Windows XP will run on Windows Vista.
Check the website of the NIC manufacturer for a Windows Vista Driver
Yes. Look for ones that have a "Compatible with Windows Vista" logo on them. As of 2009, almost all new products are compatible with Windows Vista.
Microsoft Windows Vista was released July 2005. After the release of Windows Vista. Microsoft introduced Windows 7, 8 and 8.1.
Windows Vista is not a version of Microsoft Word.
Yes, according to: support.microsoft.com/kb/822129
No the lg kc550 is not compatible with windows vista
Yes, it's fully compatible with Windows Vista.
Officially, no. However, people have been able to get it to work by installing it as an Administrator, setting compatibility options to Windows 95, disabling themes on the program, and running it as an Administrator.
I got it to work on a Dell XPS One with Vista Home Premium. But you will need to get a copy of file MSVCR70.DLL and paste it in the Picture It 7 program folder. Otherwise, you'll get an error and program won't start.
Yes, AVG is compatible with Windows Vista.
QuickBooks 2007 and later are compatible with Windows Vista.
you have run it in windows vista compatible mode right click on the file and then click on properties. you will find option run in compatible more.