Saturday, January 9, 2010
Meaning of Windows Vista
The current version of Windows for the desktop. Released in late 2006 for businesses and early 2007 for consumers, Vista is available in six versions (see Windows Vista versions). Vista adds numerous features, including improved security (see NGSCB) and greater support for digital rights management. Requiring more memory than Windows XP, at least 1GB is recommended, with 2GB being a safer bet. The next major upgrade to follow Vista is expected in 2010 (see Windows 7).