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Windows Vista Advise!!!!

Discussion in 'Windows - General discussion' started by PDOWNZ, May 13, 2007.

  1. PDOWNZ

    PDOWNZ Regular member

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    which version of Windows VIsta is better for a PC that barely meets the requirements:

    Windows vista ultimate or other verions

    please explain to me which i should get and why thanks your help is much appriciated
     
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    No matter what version you install...all the features will be available to you. It's the key that activates the features for you to use.

    For a machine with the minimum specs, you're going to get less then a minimum experience with it. Even if you wanted to just use Vista Home Basic (recommended in this case), you really should use a machine that's within the middle requirements. Especially when it comes to system memory. 1GB minimum. Windows is a greedy hog, with little to no respect to how it uses memory during it's working hours. 1GB to start, 2GB for a decent experience.
     
  3. PDOWNZ

    PDOWNZ Regular member

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    should i update if I have 768mb of ram?? yea i have 700 because i have 512 in one slot and 256 in another
     
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    you should upgrade your memory to at least a gig. i am running home premium with 1 1/2 gigs. vista like memory
     
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    The bare essentials you need to run Vista is 1gig of Ram and a Hard Drive with 15gigs free just for the Vista Operating System.
     

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