Moving from Windows® XP to Windows® Vista
Information on Moving from Windows® XP to Windows Vista®
Microsoft® has launched its altogether different and attractive operating system, with some new and appealing features in the form of Windows Vista®. It has more capability of handling workload and shows better compatibility with all the software then Windows ®XP. So it is better to upgrade the operating system from Windows ®XP to Windows Vista®. During this upgradation a number of things should be kept in mind like compatibility, hardware stability, usability and a number of other issues. Moreover, sometimes some antivirus may cause hindrance in the good performance of the system.
Here we will be talking about the following aspects:
- Features of Windows Vista®
- Issues-related to Windows Vista®
- Information on a number of tips
Features of Windows Vista®
There are a number of great features that has been introduced in Windows ®XP. First stylish feature is its voguish look that provides a polished and sleeked look to the desktop. Its black polished transparent window provides an altogether beautiful look. Windows Vista® provides an outstanding compatibility with a number of programs and software. These compatibility issues cause the decrease in the performance of the system. The security system has been improved to a large extent in Windows Vista®, as for the first time Microsoft® has introduced a built-in firewall in the operating system. This not only improves the security of the system but also cause the stability in the system. Moreover, the Internet browsing features has also been improved in Windows Vista® to a large extent than Windows ®XP.
Issues-related to Windows Vista®
There are a number of issues that can encounter the system while upgrading it from Windows® XP to Windows Vista®. One of the commonest issues is that when the user tries to update the Windows® XP to Windows Vista® and it already have antispyware beta 1 in it. The Windows Defender of Windows Vista® may cause some problems while upgradation. Sometimes the system does not support the new version of Windows Vista® as the system shows poor compatibility regarding this.
The solution to these issues is fairly simple. First of all the user should uninstall the AntiSpyware Bêta 1 from the system, as its presence interferes with the Windows Defender causing more complications for the user. Another important thing that should be kept in mind, while upgrading the Windows® XP is that a user should have applications and settings that the user must contain the transfer tools to move the data to the new windows. Before the upgradation it should be kept in mind that the user must be the member of the local administration of the system. While transferring the data from the system it should noticed that the systems should be compatible to avoid any issues.