Windows Vista Desktops Look PromisingBy Tony Hoffman | Posted 2007-02-22 Email Print
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Roundup: The cross-section of Vista machines we've looked at show where the operating system's promise is being fulfilled, while revealing the kinks that still need to be worked out. (PCMag.com)Windows Vista has been available to consumers for nearly a month now. Many new and revamped PCs incorporating Microsoft's latest operating system have been released, with lots more on the way.
So far, we've looked at a range of Vista desktops from gaming rigs to all-in-one PCs to low-end machines, and by and large, we've liked what we've seen.
Windows Vista Premium incorporates Windows Media Center, making it ideal for media-center and all-in-one desktops such as the
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