> I have been trying to get the Windows Aero feature to work with my Sony
> desktop. Contacted Sony Support and they told me ALL Sony computers are not
> compatible with Ultimate.
Nothing unusual about that. Most computer manufacturers' legacy
computers aren't fully Vista-compatible. Only the very newest,
particularly those bearing the "Vista Ready" or "Designed for Vista"
logos, computers can be reasonably expected to fully support Vista
> I was shocked since Sony is one of the world's
> largest suppliers of computers.
Sony made great stereo equipment in the '70s, and still make great TVs
and fairly good game consoles, but I'd never own one of their computers,
no matter how many they sell. The few I've had to service for other
people were horribly "unimpressive," shall we say. Of course, your
tastes and needs may vary, so a Sony may well be adequate for your purposes.
> I have a Sony Vaio desktop. Just installed
> Ultimate. So far so good. I can live without Aero if I have to. Anyone
> have any thoughts on this?
Upgrade your video adapter (and possibly system RAM) if you want Aero.
We can't really provide anything more specific, as you've told us
nothing about your system's specifications.
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