You know I tried that quite some time ago, and it seems like a joke. Click on the little computer near my name and the adviser told me my computer would work best with home basic. I think this pc could run the premium version pretty good. I wouldn't say ultra fast but I think it would be at least decent.Billy the Adult said:You can go here and let Vista Advisor check your system to see if it can run Vista.
How many people bought computers with XP and only 256MB ram and have slow machines. They said it was enough for that OS...I know too many people that had to purchase more ram cause their computers were so slow. Many are saying you better have 1 GB Ram for the Vista to work well but Microsoft is saying it is ok with less. You are so right.XPSP2 said:I don't recommend buying anything first model. Give them a year to work out the bugs. How many people are rolling back to IE6? WMP 10?
Vista advisory site will say anything with minimum specs will work.
Know of anything that works well with minimum specs?
Only for XP not for Windows 2000Billy the Adult said:You can go here and let Vista Advisor check your system to see if it can run Vista.
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