Windows Vista Product Guide
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation 2008
Number of pages: 334
The Windows Vista Product Guide provides a comprehensive overview of the innovative features and functions that make Windows Vista the next-generation Windows operating system and successor to Windows XP. This guide also provides information about the benefits Windows Vista offers diverse users, as well as information about the different editions available.
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