Will the Windows Vista be any better of a computer than its competitors?
I am not sure, but I think that you may be confusing the Windows Vista operating system with a type of computer. Any advaced computer with the proper amount of on-board Random Access Memory and a fast enough Central Processor Unit will be able to use this new operating system. I am not a fan of Microsoft, so I have not read up on the Vista version of Windows, but I would suppose that it is to be designed to make media manipulation and processing easier. If you want to download pictures from a digital camera, for instance, it may have the software needed already included, instead of having to install separate software just for the type of camera that you have. It remains to be seen how well the Vista operating system will compare with the Macintosh operating system used on Apple computers, and there are many people using Linux operating systems which work very effectively.
There is no such thing as "Windows XP Vista." There is Windows XP and there is Windows Vista. They are two different versions of the Windows operating system (XP is older than Vista). As to which is better (XP or Vista) if that is your question -- I think most people would say that XP is better, but this probably depends on which operating system you are used to and what type of work you…
Can an owner of a Windows Vista computer or laptop install the game Rise of Nations on their Windows Vista computer?
Windows 7. I know that wasn't one of the choices, but unlike the two you named it's actually still supported. A significant amount of old software written for XP and earlier has problems with Vista. If you need to run legacy software from the 1990s or very early 21st century, XP may be the better option. Also, Vista is severely crippled with less than 2 GB of main memory (and is much happier with 4…
I take it that you are referring to the "Clipboard Viewer" application, which has been removed from Windows Vista for unknown reasons. You can, however, copy the Clipboard Viewer from a Windows XP computer to your Vista computer: Look for the file C:\windows\system32\clipbrd.exe on your windows XP computer. Copy that to your Vista computer and paste the file wherever you need it. Double-clicking on the icon will enable you to open the Clipboard Viewer.
Simply buy an upgrade version of Windows Vista switch your computer on and put in the disc and follow on screen instructions. Note: Although Windows Vista can run at different levels of the amount of RAM it uses you should have 2GB or more to avoid crashes or other problems with windows vista having less will down the performance of windows vista a lot.
Which three settings are available to personalize the appearance of the desktop on a Windows Vista computer?
If your computer had Windows XP on it and you upgraded to Vista, I heard you could call Microsoft and tell them how displeased you were with Vista and wish to downgrade back to XP. They will then deactivate your Vista Product Key and give you a XP product key, you will also have to have a Windows XP cd.
status.msi is a file which arises due to partly or incomplete installation of Windows xp or Windows vista. to prevent this you shall install Windows xp or Windows vista completley,from the same CD you had partly installed Windows xp or Windows vista or uninstall it if you want to work with the present windows of your computer. Please call your computer manager also to help you out.
Yes, but it is highly not recommended as if you are running XP your computer will not be powerful enough to run Windows Vista Home basic or ultimate if you do install you could end up doing serious damage to your computer and may struggle to downgrade back to XP as your computer probably won't be able to start up. Note: If you computer has a label on it "Windows Vista Compatiable" your computer is…