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Windows Vista & XP

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Windows Vista is the successor to Windows XP. It included many new features and enhanced functionality, making it safer and more efficient. XP which preceded Vista and was launched in 2001 is a great operating system that has stood the test of time. Over the years it has been upgraded by Microsoft (currently SP3). This area discusses some key concepts for having a great, safe, Windows experience.
  1. Vista Basics
  2. Windows XP Basics
  3. Top User Questions for Windows Vista & XP
  4. Protecting Your Your Information with Windows Vista & XP

Vista Basics

Windows Vista is a feature-packed operating system that is much different than XP. The learning curve for people moving from XP to Vista is not a steep one, but it will take time to acclimate. Here's where to start:

Windows XP Basics

Windows XP can respond quickly or slowly depending on a number of factors. Learn what you can do improve the experience. These are some tutorials to help you make the best out of your Windows XP experience.

Top User Questions for Windows Vista & XP

Here are the most frequently asked questions by readers.

Protecting Your Your Information with Windows Vista & XP

Protecting your computer from hardware and software failures as well as from hackers that can use your personal data is a key component of owning a computer.

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