Gov Gear: Windows Vista- Business Edition

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Windows Vista- Business Edition

Microsoft
Category: Business / Professional Accessories
Subcategory: Software
Price: $299.99
Average Rating:
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(9 Votes)
Description:

Windows Vista Business is the first Windows operating system designed specifically to meet the needs of small businesses. You'll empower your entire business to work more efficiently with a stunning and improved, simple-to-use interface that makes it easier to search and find the information you need quickly and easily, both on your PCs and on the web. With powerful new safety features, you're in control and can better protect the key information that is the life of your business and that builds the trust of your customers. And, for the growing business that always seems to be on the go, the mobile computing enhancements make it easier to stay connected to the rhythm of your business, both in and out of the office. Windows Vista Business makes all of this work for you while helping you spend less time on technology support-related issues—so you can spend more time making your business successful. Windows Vista Business simply makes it easier to manage how your employees connect to your network and to ensure that they get more out of their PCs, both in and out of the office. Be future-ready and lay the IT foundation that your business needs for today and tomorrow. (Off Microsoft website)

Member Reviews

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    pilotdelgado, Fri, 09 Nov 2007 09:35:47 UTC.
    1st review

    Vista Business is probably the best of all the Vista editions because it's of clean interface and computational abilities. The only problem I have with Vista is that it still has a lot of compatibility issues with various programs that Microsoft should have resolved before launching Vista. Overall, however, it's clean, sleek, and business ready. It has a ton of new features with a great new interface.

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    joatmon, Fri, 16 Nov 2007 23:33:16 UTC.

    Big improvements since XP. I know some commercials try to make it look like a hastle, since Vista has security measures that always ask the user for approval, but that is a brilliant way to make you aware of what is going on behind the scences. Also, you can deny anything with one click. If you are worried about a program accessing the internet, don't worry because Vista will catch it and ask you if you want to allow the connection.

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    henryf760, Fri, 14 Mar 2008 14:13:41 UTC.

    Vista was released way to early, has to many "bugs" still, once microsoft gets thier act to gather Vista will be a great program

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    hwillny, Thu, 25 Sep 2008 16:05:01 UTC.

    I prefer XP!

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    espud, Sat, 18 Oct 2008 02:01:42 UTC.

    I bought a new laptop with VISTA pre-installed. I used VISTA for about 8 months, then I finally had to get rid of it. I completely dumped everything on my computer and installed a new XP program. It was difficult to make everything work right, and I really had to hunt all over the place for the drivers and supporting software. Microsoft didn't make it easy, but all the work was worth the end result. VISTA sucks, having XP instead is much nicer. VISTA was not a good idea.

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    charlesray45, Thu, 19 Feb 2009 20:30:52 UTC.

    Visat has gotten a bad rap. I recently got a laptop with Vista and I find the PowerPoint and Word utilities first rate and a lot better than the earlier operating systems. Vista is also a little faster. It has a few glitches that need working out, but what new release doesn't?

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    suzyq943261, Sun, 22 Feb 2009 01:57:36 UTC.

    Its a great program and easy to use :)

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    myjagrox, Tue, 17 Mar 2009 16:11:24 UTC.

    Hate this necessary evil. I would say more about this attempt at a monopoly, but it wouldn't sound lady-like. Completely useless and intrusive to other programs.

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    JoelClough, Mon, 06 Sep 2010 14:51:28 UTC.

    Vista was an amazing step forward. Un fortunately, too many folks refused to learn something new. If this were the Vista Ultimate edition I would have given 5 stars. Windows 7 takes Vista to the next level of ease of use.

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