Technically, any computer that meets the minimum requirements is "Vista-capable". In reality, you may find the listed requirements too conservative to run Vista at an acceptable level.
Intel Pentium III or compatible @ 800 MHz
512 MB RAM
20 GB hard drive (Vista needs 15 for itself)
DirectX 9 compatible video card (actually, any video card that supports VESA will work)
depends on the computer there is a vist upgrade advisor on the Microsoft webpage here is the webpage: http://www.Microsoft.com/windows/windows-vista/get/upgrade-advisor.aspx and that will tell you if your computer is capable of whatever OS of vista you can run
On my '87 Vista, the computer is under the driver's seat.
Answering "Why does your computer keep changing the screen resolution in vista?"
start>computer(right side in the middle)
how i can format my computer windows vista withut cd..............please kindly tell me. how i can format my computer windows vista withut cd..............please kindly tell me.
You cannot run Vista (or an other operating system) on a computer that has no processor.
There really is no benefit in using or having Windows Vista on your personal or business computer.
characteristics of hybrid computer
what are the different characteristics of computer?
it is vista
It is just called Computer in Vista and it is located on the right side of the Start Menu under Recent Items.
A USB stick will not do anything towards speeding up your computer or Vista.
"Vista XP" is not a computer type. Vista and XP are both previous versions of the Windows operating system. The current version of Windows is Windows 8.1.
You should buy an upgrade version of Windows Vista however your computer if running XP is likely not to be powerful enough to run windows vista. You should run Microsoft Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor before upgrading as this will show you any problems your computer may have running Vista.
How do I delete Microsoft Narrator from Vista ?
Yes, it works with XP, Vista and Windows 7.
Yes Vista, XP or 2000 must be on your personal computer if you want to use the full capabilities of the Vista GPS.
Windows Vista games can be purchased right on your computer start menu. Windows Vista comes with its games built into the computer, more information is available online.
XP themes are incompatible with Windows Vista. dno
If the computer with Vista doesn't have a floppy disk drive, you won't be able to. You could, however, open the document on another computer and then save it to a CD or portable disk drive. Then you should be able to upload it onto the computer with Vista (if the computer with Vista has a Word program installed. But even if the computer with Vista doesn't have Word installed, you can still upload it, but you won't be able to view it.)
On an Intel mac you can run parallels which is capable of running xp and vista.
Daniusoft Media Converter Ultimate, capable with windows vista windows 7
Yes you can play it on Vista. You do have to change the color setting.