Tech Support for Windows® Vista Basic
Get to know more about Windows Vista Basic
Windows Vista Home Basic edition particularly targets the budget-conscious users who do not require advance media support while using their PCs. This Windows® edition lacks Windows Aero® theme features. However, it does not support the Desktop Windows® Manager compositing, lacking the glass effect. This edition supports multiple cores, and one physical CPU, and also 64-bit version supporting 8 GB RAM.
- Windows Vista® Home Basic
- Review on Vista® Basic
- Its features and usability
Windows Vista Home Basic
Windows Vista Home Basic edition is helpful in supporting the basic and fundamental computing needs such as browsing the Internet, viewing photos, and email. With this Windows® Edition, you can easily browse the Internet, and look out for files and documents more quickly. You will be provided with automatic security enhancements and features, which will be extremely useful while you and your family are making use of the PC.
Review on Windows Vista Basic
Windows Vista® Home Basic edition supports a 64-bit version, and with this edition, you will be provided with a Games explorer, an instant search option, and Integrated Internet explorer 7. It also offers IPv4 and IPv6 support, parental control, remote desktop feature, speech recognition, Sync center, and user control option, with which that the user can modify the settings. You can get anytime Windows® Upgrade; it also supports Windows® Restore and Backup feature. It has Windows® calendar option, and Windows® defender. It offers WDDM (Windows® Display Driver Model), easy transferring and a firewall for enhanced security. You can enjoy ultimate entertainment experience. The minimum requirements to install Windows® Home Basic edition are: an 800 MHz processor, supporting 512 MB of system memory. A minimum of 20 GB hard drive free space, with at least 15 GB capacity. Your system must offer support for Super VGA graphics, and a CD-ROM drive.
Windows Vista® Basic is particularly designed for older systems or low-end new PCs. It strips out the Aero® graphics systems and offer a limited utilization of various other features. This Windows system software application includes different features, which mainly include; Parental Control, an integrated Firewall, Windows Photo Gallery®, Windows Movie Maker®, Windows Mail® e-mail client, self-diagnostics and performance tuning tools, Windows® Mobility Center, Windows® Meeting Space, XPS document support, enhanced networking and sharing features, and significantly improved power management options along and many others.