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Thursday, July 24, 2008

A new avatar in windows operating system - Windows Vista

A new avatar in windows operating system - Windows Vista

I have been using windows XP since for a long time. Every time I have to update service packs for each updates. But after the release of the Windows Vista operating system by Microsoft with its Windows vista business & Windows vista ultimate products, by going through its lot of new features, I have a second thought to upgrade my operating systems to Windows vista. I have been facing problems with convention windows operating systems, so I would like to share the features like its Compatibility, security, searching features, and customer service and support. At the same time, its look is also very attractive and pleasant to work with it. I would like to describe the main features as below.
Compatibility:
Windows vista is very compatible with upcoming software like Adobe, Autodesk, Avanquest, CA, Corel, Intuit, McAfee, Sage, Symantec, and Trend Micro—and thousands of others Windows Vista and hardware like 77,000 printers, cameras, speakers and other devices and components. Its market share with other companies is huge and I can predict that it will dominate and become a leading marketer in the operating systems platform.
Security:
Enhancement in its Security futures is another era of its milestone. Windows vista is built in with Windows defender software. It completely removes spyware and malware.
Customer service:
Microsoft ‘s new Windows Vista Small Business Assurance Program offers free customer support with one-on-one coaching from Microsoft to help ensure a smooth transition from XP to Vista.

It also safeguards our precious data with new backup and restore centre.

We always like changes in technology and features, so this is right time to have a change from Windows XP to Windows Vista for pleasant working as well as technology updates.We can also work with full satisfaction.

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