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"Upgrade" Really?

  • Feb 24, 2009
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I'm running windows vista on a Sony Vaio (don't know the exact specifications), but I don't think my computer is the problem.  Vista works (most of the time) like any other Windows product.  I respect the fact that they have to have new releases of their software to make money, but in my opinion this thing is crap.  If the last version of windows works for you:  keep it.  DO NOT "upgrade" to vista.

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February 24, 2009
I've heard so many bad things about Vista that I'm honestly afraid of the day when I have to get a new computer without Windows XP. But I've heard there's multiple versions of Vista you can opt for in the beginning. Do you recommend one in particular?
 
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The Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor will help you to determine if your Windows XP-based PC can run Windows Vista. You can also use the Upgrade Advisor to determine if your Windows Vista-based PC is ready for an upgrade to a more powerful edition of Windows Vista.

This small software tool will scan your computer and create an easy-to-understand report of all known system, device, and program compatibility issues, and recommend ways to resolve them. Upgrade Advisor can also help you to choose the edition of Windows Vista that best fits the way you want to use your computer.

Just download, install, and run the Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor.

  • The Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor works with 32-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista, except Windows Vista Enterprise edition. It will not work with other editions of Windows.

  • The Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor does not collect or send any personal, identifiable data to Microsoft Corporation or third parties.

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