Purchasing hardware for Vista: A quick guide

When the IT industry is in a transitional period, as it is today with the release of Windows Vista less than a year away, buying workstation hardware entails some tough decisions.

If your organization plans to deploy Microsoft Vista, make sure the hardware you buy is sufficient to run it. This guide examines the technologies and related issues you should consider before purchasing workstations.


Fast Guide: Purchasing hardware for Vista

  Introduction
  Purchasing workstation hardware during transitional times
  Buying a PC to run Vista? Consider CPU, memory issues
  Buying a PC? Consider CPU, video, disk space issues related to Vista

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