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PostSubject: Windows Vista Requirements   Tue 26 Jun 2007, 10:41 am

What kind of hardware do you have? What is the Microsoft recommended Vista hardware? If you don't have what Vista requires, you might have a computer that doesn't work after installation. Basically, I will give you everything you need to know so you don't make the mistake of buying software you can't use. If you are going to be spending $150-$200, you want to be sure you won't have to buy a whole new computer yet.

According to the Microsoft website, you need to have the following for Vista to work. This does not mean that the software will run as smoothly as you would like it to because these are the minimum requirement:

A processor of at least 800MHz and 512 Megabytes of memory in your system. A direct x 9 compatible graphics card If your computer is better than average (recently bought or built in the last 2 years), you can use premium features of the software. Vista will run very smoothly with these requirements met:

1 GHz CPU 1 GB memory in your system Support for DirectX 9 graphics with a WDDM driver 128 MB of graphics memory Pixel Shader 2.0 and 32 bits per pixel 15 GB of free hardrive space open for use as well as a maximum of 40GB The rest is sound and internet access. If you don't have internet access, how are you reading this?

Vista will, of course, be different from computer to computer so please don't take these specifications at their minimum. If you really want to make sure Vista will work for your computer, make sure you have more than what these specifications indicate. For more information on the Microsoft recommended Vista hardware refer to Microsoft's website, http://www.microsoft.com

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