Microsoft starts Vista hard sell

  The Brigadier 11:17 30 Jan 2007
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Microsoft has launched its latest version of Windows, called Vista, with more than 100m computers predicted to be using it worldwide within 12 months.

Microsoft founder Bill Gates called the launch a "big day" that would bring a new digital workstyle and lifestyle. The new operating system (OS) boasts an improved interface and security tools.

But not all PCs will be able to run Vista - Microsoft recommends machines have at least 512Mb of RAM, a 800Mhz processor and 15Gb of hard disk space. Microsoft has pledged to continue support for XP users until 2011.

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  Stuartli 11:29 30 Jan 2007

You learn something new every day..:-)

  knockin on 12:00 30 Jan 2007

Also here:

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  Totally-braindead 12:04 30 Jan 2007

Vista you say, thats interesting never heard of it.

  PaulB2005 12:18 30 Jan 2007

I've never had a PC and will never use one.

Damm infernal machines.....

  Jackcoms 14:08 30 Jan 2007

What's a PC?

  pj123 14:14 30 Jan 2007

Vista hard sell. You mean like this?

Courtesy of Bob The Nob©


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  GANDALF <|:-)> 14:22 30 Jan 2007

I also note, with interest, that Mafeking has been relieved.

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  €dstowe 14:25 30 Jan 2007

Note that the UK launch was on QVC

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  €dstowe 14:26 30 Jan 2007

Find out why you can't live without Vista click here.|frames|ClasFrameUK16,html/walk.yah.UKEL-UK16 and watch the video.

  €dstowe 14:28 30 Jan 2007

The click here didn't work properly- go to the QVC home page and click on Windows Vista - be quick, I don't think it will be there very long.

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