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    TomLee Guest

    Default How is Windows Vista different than Windows XP?

    How is Windows Vista different than Windows XP?

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    Windows Vista is both hardware and language independent, manufacture it possible for geographically disperse organizations with multiple types of hardware to have a single managed desktop PC image per x32 and x64 hardware platforms.

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    WeeLi Guest

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    Yes, Windows Vista well again enables you to organize restricted user accounts, rather than allowing everyone to sign on to their computers as administrators. Windows Vista was designed to be easier to deploy than Windows XP.

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    TomLee Guest

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    Windows Vista provides a better customer experience than Windows XP, including features like the new Windows Aero™ user interface, specialized Explorers, and enhanced search capabilities.

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    ZUDD Guest

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    The operating system is modularized and its installation is based on imaging technology. On top of that, Microsoft provides new deploy tools that make image development and deployment easier.

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    AutoLady Guest

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    Vista® is more secure, easier to deploy, and simpler to manage than Windows® XP.

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    srinivasan Guest

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    Windows Vista provides a better customer experience than Windows XP, including features like the new Windows Aero™ user interface, specialized Explorers, and enhanced search capabilities.



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