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Your Guide to Windows Vista Ultimate

windows vista logoWindows Vista is an operating system released by Microsoft as the successor to Windows XP. It features a number of improvements including enhanced security, a redesigned start menu, a new user interface called Aero, improved multimedia capabilities and redesigned networking.

Windows Vista comes in 6 variations: Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, Enterprise and Vista Ultimate, which this guide focuses on as it was a commonly installed and popular choice among the six.

Windows Vista Ultimate includes all the features present in other versions as well as an Ultimate Extras package which includes DreamScene for animated backgrounds, some additional games and additional sound schemes.

This guide offers technical how-to articles and advice for those who are still using Windows Vista Ultimate on their machines.

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