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What are the problem with window Vista?
With the new features of Vista, criticism has surfaced concerning the use of battery power in laptops running Vista, which can drain the battery much more rapidly than Windows XP, reducing battery life. With the Windows Aero visual effects turned off, battery life is equal to or better than Windows XP systems.
When did Microsoft stop supporting Vista?
Apr 11, 2017
|Listing||Start Date||Extended End Date|
|Windows Vista||Jan 25, 2007||Apr 11, 2017|
When did Vista come out?
Windows Vista was launched for general customer availability on January 30, 2007. Two years after its release, Windows Vista was followed by Windows 7 in October 2009.
What are the top 5 reasons Windows Vista failed?
The top five reasons why Windows Vista failed 1 It broke too much stuff. 2 There wasn’t supposed to be 3 Vista is too slow. 4 Windows XP is too entrenche 5 Apple successfully demonize
Why is Windows Vista so expensive to run?
Windows Vista required a jump in hardware at a time when the bang-for-your-buck had plateaued. At that point, it was more expensive than average to get a machine that ran Vista really well. Vista was a memory hog. In order to run it well, you needed to get the 64 bit so you could use enough RAM.
Does Windows Vista finally catch up to Microsoft’s bloat?
However, this never seemed to have enough of an effect to impact software sales. With Windows Vista, software bloat appears to have finally caught up with Microsoft. Vista has over 50 million lines of code. XP had 35 million when it was released, and since then it has grown to about 40 million.
Are IT departments ignoring Windows Vista?
IT departments are largely ignoring Vista. In June (18 months after Vista’s launch), Forrester Research reported that just 8.8\% of enterprise PCs worldwide were running Vista. Meanwhile, Microsoft appears to have put Windows 7 on an accelerated schedule that could see it released in 2010.