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charge06

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Are all the bad thing i hear about Vista true. or just mainly made up be Vista haters?
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What "bad" things have you heard? Unfortunately we can't read your mind yet to pick out sound bites.
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I have a Vista Ultimate Desktop and a Vista Business laptop. I haven't had any of the problems that other's have had.
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Vista has had compatibility issues, also it is designed for amateur computer users and, you need to have at least 1 gigabyte of ram (preferably 2) to run it. :)

-AgentMES
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i shouldnt have any probs running vista

im planning on getting vista home premium 64-bit, and 3 more gigs of ram to make 4gb of ram.

and i have a amd 64 1.8mhz dual core cpu. so the should do good to

and i have check and everything i have should be compatible

Edited by charge06, 27 February 2008 - 08:00 PM.

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I have a Vista home premium upgrade, and a Vista home premium full version.
I have not had any problems at all.
The "compatability issues" are no worse than with any new OS.
I like Vista better than XP, I have never tried Linux.
If you give yourself time to learn Vista you will be pleased.
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I have a Vista home premium upgrade, and a Vista home premium full version.
I have not had any problems at all.
The "compatability issues" are no worse than with any new OS.
I like Vista better than XP, I have never tried Linux.
If you give yourself time to learn Vista you will be pleased.


Thanks you. i should be getting the home premium upgrade sometime next week, once i get my tax return in.


I do here more good things than bad thing with vista.

And i know XP went through the same thing, people just dont like change
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I have a MSDN subscription so all my Microsoft products are free. :) Actually Vista 64 bit is really compatible.
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