Windows Vista (codenamed Longhorn) was an operating system by Microsoft released after Windows XP and before Windows 7.

So far, we have published 11 Windows Vista tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 581369 (Five Hundred Eighty One Thousand Three Hundred Sixty Nine) developers and architects.

Abstract: In our previous article Windows Vista Tips and Tricks – Part I we saw some basic tips and tricks in Windows Vista Ultimate. In this article I have tried to cover all the tips and tricks that would help you customize your work environment according to your taste and make it user-friendly.
Abstract: In this article, we will cover some basic Windows Vista tips and tricks that will facilitate your experience with Windows Vista. The tips and tricks have been tried out on Windows Vista Ultimate.
Abstract: Many of you must have worked on most of the earlier versions of Windows, and wondered of some security settings that would help you restrict you children or friends access offensive or abhorrent material on your computer. Windows Vista has introduced a range of Parental Controls that would certainly make you happy.
Abstract: Security is one of major concerns of all the computer users today. Microsoft claims Windows Vista as its most secure Operating System so far. Vista has built-in features that help you protect your system from malicious programs and hackers. One such feature is Windows Defender. This article elaborates on this feature.
Abstract: Have you experienced that your systems’ performance has reduced and you cannot work fast or open more applications that you require to work on simultaneously? If you have, then you must have thought of options to improve your system’s performance so that you can run more applications or access your open applications with a better speed. This problem can be solved by upgrading your system memory (RAM). But upgrading memory could be difficult as well as costly. Then you have come to the right article. Learn about Windows ReadyBoost and boost your system performance.
Abstract: Saving power consumption is extremely important especially when you are running Windows Vista on your laptop and running on battery power. In this article we would be exploring different Power options provided by Windows Vista and how to adjust them to suit your power requirements.
Abstract: By now you must be familiar with the look and feel of Windows Vista. Vista users often encounter a rather annoying pop up box that appears while performing most of the tasks in Vista. In this article you would learn this new and exciting feature of Windows Vista called the User Account Control.
Abstract: SSL refers to a security protocol that secures communication on the internet. In Windows 2003, SSL information was stored in the IIS metabase. In Windows Vista, SSL processing has been improved and is handled by HTTP.sys. In this article, we will explore how to enable SSL on Vista using the IIS Manager.
Abstract: Windows Mail is the email program from Microsoft built into Windows Vista. In the Part I of this two part series, we will explore how to configure Windows Mail on your machine. I am using Windows Vista Ultimate.

What’s new in IE7

Authored by: Suprotim Agarwal in Windows Vista on 6/20/2007
Abstract: Internet Explorer is a web browser which needs no introduction. IE7 is the first major upgrade ever since 2001 and has now been revamped to provide a host of features. In this article, we will take a view of the various features offered in this new version of Internet Explorer.
Abstract: Windows Vista is the 6th major workstation release of the windows OS family. Vista is also the 1st version of windows where the user experience changes based on your hardware and takes advantage of the capabilities of hardware on which it is installed. In this article I will take you through the features and the versions of the OS.

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