Windows Vista Capable stickers coming soon

Posted on Monday, Apr 03 2006 @ 01:09 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Windows Vista will still take till the beginning of next year but soon we'll see the first Windows Vista Capable stickers for PCs, assuring buyers that their system will be able to run Windows Vista.
The hardware requirements for passing the current certification requirements for Designed for Windows XP logo include a "modern" CPU, 512MB or more of memory, and a DirectX 9 class graphics processor (preferably with Windows Display Driver Model support). Support for the new Aero user interface require increased video RAM, depending on the monitor resolution. Intel also has recommendations, as does AMD, for processors and related chip sets.
Source: ZD Net.


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