Windows Vista was released back in 2007, but it seems that one of its stock wallpapers looks a lot like the default one used in Ubuntu 10.04. A Windows Vista user (and probably an Ubuntu fan as well) noticed a resemblance between two wallpapers, one in the Microsoft product and the other one in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
Hopefully this is NOT against the rules to post the following here: On Tuesday, April 12th, 2012, Microsoft Windows Vista Mainstream Support Will Be Ending As Mentioned On Microsoft Tech Net's Product Life Cycle Home Page And Windows Vista Will Be Entering It's Extended Support Phase (For 5 Additional Years Of Support) Which Will Continue Until 2017.
Well, I want to have Linux and Windows Vista, both running on a machine. Do not want to get rid of Windows Vista, so what should I do after downloading Linux. I would also do the same thing with XP is not usually también.Y mispronouncing Windows or Windows Vista. I like Microsoft and Windows Vista and I want to get rid of him.
I've decided that I want to install a backup OS on my PC which is currently equipped with Windows Vista. Seeing as to how WUBI is no longer supported, how exactly do I install it now. The LiveUSB is only giving me the "Install Xubuntu instead of Windows Vista" option.
Mr. Ballmer probably also doesnt want us reminding you this doesnt mean that sales of Windows 8 have now outpaced sales of Vista. Although we dont know for sure, we can only assume that Vista still has more total sales.
Summary: The new smartphone platform from Microsoft is proving to be a disaster with developers, carriers, and manufacturers
DESPITE the noise from NoWin [1, 2, 3, 4], Vista Phony 7 is going nowhere fast. Motorola is dumping Windows upon the arrival of Vista Phony 7 and Verizon too has been telling people publicly that it has no real interest in Vista Phony 7.