Differece between Vista flavours RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hey friends!
    can someone put up the differences between various Vista flavours?
    Sunday, March 11, 2007 12:07 PM

All replies

  • vista are come in 5 flavers yet now, the differences is :


    Windows Vista Ultimate is the choice for those who want to have it all. Easily shift between the worlds of productivity and play with the most complete edition of Windows Vista. Ultimate provides the power, security, and mobility features needed for work, and all the entertainment features that you want for fun. 

    Home Premium

    Windows Vista Home Premium is the preferred edition for home desktop and mobile PCs. It provides a breakthrough design that brings your world into sharper focus while delivering the productivity, entertainment, and security you need from your PC at home or on the go.

    Home Basic

    Windows Vista Home Basic is ideal for homes with basic computing needs like e-mail, browsing the Internet, and viewing photos. Easy to set up and maintain, it enables you to quickly find what you're looking for on your PC and the Internet, while providing a more secure environment to help protect you from an unpredictable world.


    Windows Vista Business is the first edition of Windows designed specifically to meet the needs of small businesses. You'll spend less time on technology support-related issues—so you can spend more time making your business successful. Windows Vista Business is the definitive choice for your business today and tomorrow.


    Designed to significantly lower IT costs and risks, Windows Vista Enterprise meets the needs of large, global organizations with complex IT infrastructures.


    above information is from microsoft's website

    Sunday, March 11, 2007 3:21 PM
  • thanks for the information mahendra. Smile
    Sunday, March 11, 2007 7:17 PM
  • Thanks Mahendra, but this is kind of  an overview suggesting which flavour is for whom. I think a comparative list of features will be much more helpful.
    Monday, March 12, 2007 7:09 AM