Re: Choosing the right VISTA edition
It's okay as i'd like the vista run with perfomance, not the stylish design.
thanks for all. hve a nice day.
"Dustin Harper" wrote:
> Yes, Home Basic will run with no problems at all. You can't run Aero Glass
> with that video card, so that isn't an issue. If you need to upgrade in the
> future, there is always that option with Anytime Upgrade.
> Home Basic would get you Vista with no frills. Like you said: you will get
> the basic features.
> Dustin Harper
> "Haziman" <Haziman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Yes, all of them will run smoothly but The ultimate editions 'balds" my
> > head.
> > it run very slowly. I just need basic features. please tell me is it a
> > good
> > idea to install the home basic version? will it run with no waste of time
> > situation?
> > "Dustin Harper" wrote:
> >> All of them will run smoothly. They just have different features. You
> >> would
> >> need to look and see what you want (Media center, Bitlocker, Aero glass,
> >> domain/workgroups, etc.). You have a small HD, you may want to upgrade
> >> that,
> >> though. And a RAM upgrade is recommended!
> >> --
> >> Dustin Harper
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> >> "Haziman" <Haziman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:921A5059-639E-47C7-A6D5-59C5F0025594@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hi,
> >> > I want to upgrade my pc OS to windows Vista but ain't know which
> >> > version
> >> > of
> >> > vista
> >> > should i install.
> >> >
> >> > These are my pc specs:
> >> > 1.7 GHZ Intel Pentium 4
> >> > 20 GB HDD
> >> > 16X DVDD
> >> > 512 MEGs of RAM
> >> > Intel 82865 Gfx Card
> >> >
> >> > Any idea of which vista will run smoothly with my pc?