One of the most common questions that we are a home user – What about Windows Vista – which should I buy?
The answer is actually easier than you think.
We ask two questions: 1) Can a PC and 2) how old is your day-to-day control software.
Your PC can handle it. Suppose that your PC is not more than one and a half years. Your equipment must certify to work with Vista (old system cannot work). One thing to consider – even when running Vista on 512 MB of RAM, as we have at least 2GB on Windows Vista PC. Everything else seems to be slow.
How old is your day-to-day software? Vista works well with software written to create and run. The old software will be launch before Vista written, cannot or do not. We are not going to chance with a software program that is more just a few years older. For example, if you have a home business QuickBooks 2003 run, we do not recommend going with Vista. However, if you want to move to Vista, and you will be able to update QuickBooks 2008, we say go for it.
We have simplified this a bit, but you take something valuable – for Windows Vista, you need a fast computer and software compatible with Windows Vista. Presumably, the PC that was built in the years and a half, and software written in eighteen years ago to work well If you have questions about compatibility, consult the manufacturer site – usually you find a definitive answer. What we walked into our office? Especially XP, Even if we do not have a negative experience with Vista, XP do what we do and do. Over the years have gone out and tested. Although Vista to use a modern look and added some nice gadgets, but for most companies, do not need to upgrade