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What hardware to buy for running Windows Vista?
By  Super Admin  | Published  05/6/2007 | Vista Information | Rating:
What hardware to buy for running Windows Vista?

Recommended Hardware

Windows Vista Basic:
1.5 GHz or any Dual Core Processor
Integrated 64 MB Shared Graphics / 128 MB Dedicated Graphics Card
750 MB RAM


Windows Vista Home Premium / Ultimate / Business:
2 GHz or any Dual Core Processor
Dedicated 256 MB Graphics Card
1.5 GB RAM  or 1.75 GB RAM if you are using Integrated 256 MB Shared Graphics

Tips:
1. Windows Vista Home Premium / Ultimate / Business lags while running in 1 GB RAM due to constant memory usage of 50%+ even if there are no applications running.
2. 32-bit Operating System and Processor is recommend.

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