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My Own review for Windows Vista

Discussion in 'General Marketing' started by ovi, Feb 26, 2006.

  1. ovi

    ovi Guest

    Hello guys,

    Some days ago I have received from someone an install kit of Microsoft Windows Vista , Build 5308 32Bit on a DVD.
    Yesterday I could not resist to the temptation of installing Vista so I procede.
    Before you start install Windows Vista you have to know that you have to own a minimum 1.5 Ghz processor with a minimum of 512 RAM.
    Since the beginning I was quite impress, the graphic is quite futuristic, it has bring me in mind the Mac graphic.
    Before starting the install you are warned that you need to install this window on a partition with 8.5 Gb free. Don't be scares, it not use 8.5 giga. At the end the installation occupied 2.5 giga.
    This install kit is Beta so as I though, the installation was blocked once, but has continued after 10 minutes of blocked state.
    Once installed, I start to "dig" for new things...but I was overwhelmed. A lot of new things...also directories (how is made My Documents, Windows folder, Control Panel. It has built the antivirus solution that Microsoft bough from the romanian producer RAV (www.rav.ro).
    Anyway, as I say before it's just a beta, it still has problems. For example in my desktop I have 2 network cards, a 3com one and a Realtek one. This window has not recognised the Realtek one...so from this point of view Windows XP is far far better.
    It has built the new Internet Explorer7. I have used it, it has tabbed browsing (finally), it looks good (graphically). I was curious if it follows the standards or it follows the steps of the other IE. I have open a site in IE7 and the same site in Firefox....and no surprise. The standards are still not following.
    IE7 search by default using MSN search.
    I have found also the Synchronisation function...quite nice, I was impressed also by the windows sidebar and gadgets (picture slide shows, news headlines (rss) on sidebar. It has speech recognition built in, windows backup.
    After paying around for a couple hours, I uninstalled also because it expires on 14 days.
    So, at the end my conclusions are: It look good, it has speed, it have many features built in, definitely on my list is marked as "TO BUY" (of course, this depends of the price).


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