Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 18th May 2006 21:09 UTC
Windows As expected, the software giant on May 18 unveiled its Windows Vista Get Ready Web site, along with a set of minimum PC hardware guidelines for Vista Capable PCs - which call for at least an 800MHz processor, 512MB of RAM and a DirectX 9-capable graphics processor, but ask for more for those who seek to use all of Vista's features - and a Windows Upgrade Advisor application as part of a campaign to prepare people. on a related note, the WinFS team whetted the appetites of advocates of Microsoft's next-generation file system by sharing information on plans for a new, Microsoft-developed application for WinFS, code-named "Project Orange".
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RE[2]: Bit low...
by whitehornmatt on Fri 19th May 2006 06:21 UTC in reply to "RE: Bit low..."
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I used an XP pro machine like that for a while (abeit with 196mb of ram and 6gb hd) and it was fairly good, not overly slow

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