Category Archive: Vista

Everything about Windows Vista, good and bad…

Only 1 More Year of Support for Vista

That’s right, if you are one of the few Windows Vista users out there that are still running a “home” version of the product, you will not get mainstream support anymore for Windows Vista after April 10th of 2012.  According to Microsoft’s Product Lifecycle, all mainstream support for Windows Vista “Home” will end in about …

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New Vista Printer Drivers

In case you haven’t already heard, I wanted to let you all know that HP has finally come out with some printer drivers that were long overdue. As for the HP LaserJet 1000 series, this brings Vista printing support to a total of four models now (1015, 1018, 1020, and the 1022).  Still waiting on the other half …

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Printing with Vista

Windows Vista is the latest version of the Windows family to hit the shelves. It’s been out for nearly a year now, but there are still a few issues completing common tasks such as setting up a printer. Surprisingly, there are still a large number of printers that are not “officially” supported by their manufacturers …

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Vista Upgrade, Deal or NO Deal?

In my last article talking about the new Windows Vista, I noted that there are companies out there that will sell you a new computer with Windows XP on it and also give you the ability to upgrade to Vista at a later time for free. While this sounded like a good deal at the …

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Hold Off on Windows “Vista”

As some of you may have noticed, there is a new version of windows floating around the world called “Vista”. While I do agree it looks prettier than prior versions of Windows, I would be VERY cautious of using it just yet. The handy thing is that some companies out there are offing Windows XP …

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