Windows Vista Home Premium Overview
Recently Microsoft launched its new operating system with the name of Microsoft Windows Vista. It got published with five editions, Vista Home Basic, Vista Home Premium, Vista Business, Vista Enterprise, Vista Ultimate. Windows Vista Enterprise which was for departments only and Windows Vista Ultimate which was limited for students and work-at-home faculty and staff. With passing time Windows Vista became the fastest-selling operating system. The operating system benefits the customers in many ways which involve: better control cost, helping to develop user’s desktop infrastructures. With less time small business can manage and improve their security, mobility, and productivity also, managing their information technology (IT) infrastructures.
Providing greater security than any operating system before, Vista also provides an updated graphical user interface and visual style dubbed Aero, a new search component called Windows Search. With rich Web services and applications, Vista makes file-sharing between networked computers easier and safer for consumers. Ultimately Windows Vista version with many improvements has fewer system crashes than Windows XP. The enhanced performance of Vista makes the use of the Net Framework model 3.0 possible. The developers also have to advantage of protection from the attack of malware and virus threats.
Microsoft Vista shows its efficiency also with the new sleep and hibernation concept. It has the standby function, data protection and low-power use all through hibernation, this provides better quality to battery life. The new standards of Vista increase the support for 64-bit computers also supporting new storage technologies with high-definition (HD) drives. It is found that computers should meet the following specifications to perform adequately with Windows Vista:
- 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 or higher
- 1 GB of RAM or higher
- 60 GB hard disk or higher
- 64 MB video RAM or higher
This manifest features a sidebar resembling Apples Spotlight, the latest version of Internet explorer, with latest windows media player 11 and a Firewall to control and monitor outgoing and incoming traffic.
How To Install
You can install the windows either with making USB Bootable or by burning the ISO to DVD. You can install windows with USB by following the link Make USB Bootable for windows when you make the USB bootable then you will have to boot the computer with USB.(if require assistance comment on the post) and then the same steps follow like you install from the CD.
- You can burn your DVD ISO image and then install with the CD.
You can also download other windows from our site posts. Direct links are available so the users not get tired of searching the other operating systems on our site.
Features of Windows Vista Home Premium 32/64-bit Free Download
We mentioned all latest new features of Windows Vista Home Premium features listed below.
- New User Experience, including Windows Aero.
- Windows Sidebar.
- The Instant Desktop Search.
- Windows Defender.
- Performance Center.
- Backup and Restore.
- Network Map.
- Windows Ready Drive.
- Windows Ready Boost.
- Windows Media Centre.
Technical Setup Details
Title: Windows Vista Home Premium 32/64-bit Free Download
Setup File Name: windows_vista_home_premium_32_bit.iso, windows_vista_home_premium_64_bit.iso
File Size: 2.58 GB, 3.32 GB
Compatibility: 64-bit (x64) and 32-bit (x86)
Setup Type: Offline Installer
File Type: .exe
License Type: Commercial Trial
System Requirements For Installation
Have a look, at the system requirements before downloading the Windows Vista Home Premium trial version offline installer setup so that either they satisfy your computer system or not.
System RAM: 2.00 GB
System Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo.
System Hard Disk: 1.00 GB
Windows Vista Home Premium 32/64-bit Free Download
You can download the Windows Vista Home Premium 32/64-bit Free Download by clicking on single link download button. It is a trial version offline installer of Windows Vista Home Premium 32/64-bit Free Download. It is available for both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) architecture system.