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With the launch of Vista, Shuttle ships a number of different models with Windows Vista
for the fields of application Gaming, Home and Business," explains Tom Seiffert, Head of Marketing & PR Europe, Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH.
While Windows Vista
contains hundreds of new features and notable changes, one key aspect likely to affect researchers is the availability of both a 32-bit version and a 64-bit version.
and the latest release of Microsoft Office feature dramatic graphic enhancements to the interface that make the desktop more visually exciting and significantly easier to use.
According to the company, CA Threat Manager, CA Anti-Virus and CA Anti-Spyware for Windows Vista
have been in beta release since June 2006 and they are also used by Microsoft in its own enterprise environment to help safeguard Windows Vista
Offered originally in May through participation with Microsoft's Technology Adoption Program (TAP), the Trend Micro OfficeScan beta for Windows Vista
beta version of Trend Micro OfficeScan 7.
Among the benefits of Windows Vista
is that it seamlessly connects you to information, people, and devices you care most about, to help you get the most out of life and explore new possibilities.
Secrets, SP1 Edition is packed with numerous tips, tricks, and undocumented features, with extensive screen shots, tables, and illustrations.
today announced that with the release of Autodesk Inventor Service Pack 1, Autodesk Inventor software -- the foundation for Digital Prototyping -- is fully supported on the Windows Vista
This product fully embraces the Microsoft Windows Vista
platform and offers productivity gains and security features that are simply unmatched by other host access products.
The Windows Vista
product lineup consists of six versions, two for businesses, three for consumers, and one for emerging markets: Windows Vista
Business, Windows Vista
Enterprise, Windows Vista
Home Basic, Windows Vista
Home Premium, Windows Vista
Ultimate and Windows Vista
Microsoft has said that further details on Windows Vista
are to be made available at a developer's conference in September, with a first beta, or test version, being released by 3 August 2005.