Hardware Considerations for Windows Vista
The general consensus regarding Windows Vista is that you are going to have to buy a new computer in order to run it. I have bought three brand new, relatively high end computers for the purposes of beta testing Vista. Of the three, Vista would not even install on two of them, and ran sluggishly on the third. In this article, I will tell you what I have learned about Vista’s hardware requirements through my first hand experiences.
If you do a Google search for the terms Windows Vista and Hardware, there is no telling what you are going to find. Right now the Internet is chocked full of various rumors regarding the hardware requirements for Windows Vista. As you might expect, the information on some of these sites tends to be accurate, while the information on many other sites appears to be hear say or just a wild guess. Being that I am actively involved in the Windows Vista beta program, I thought that I should share with you my own experiences regarding Windows Vista’s hardware needs. Hardware Considerations for Windows Vista
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