10 Vista Myths Debunked

Windows VistaEven before it’s launch there were plenty of myths flying around about Microsoft’s new flagship Windows Vista. Claims of expensive updates, sluggish performance, incompatability issues and worsened security are prevalent throughout the net. To put an end to all the FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) about the new operating system (which will eventually take Windows XP’s place as the worldwide standard) the people at ThechRepublic have compiled a list of the 10 most prevalent and incorrect myths about Windows Vista. And some of their findings are quite surprising.The 10 myths featured are:

  1. You’ll have to buy a new high-end PC to run Vista
  2. Vista will solve all your security problems
  3. Vista is no more secure than XP SP2
  4. The only thing new about Vista is the eye candy
  5. You can’t dual-toot Vista with another operating system
  6. Vista requires (or includes) Office 2007
  7. Most old applications and peripherals won’t work with Vista
  8. You have to buy a Premium version of Vista if you have a dual-core machine
  9. You won’t be able to play ripped music in Vista
  10. Vista costs a lot more than XP

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