What’s the difference between Windows Xp and Windows Vista?

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Jean bought a new computer yesterday. She was very excited to use it when she turned on the computer it displays nothing.

I found out that she needs to install Windows Operating System to get started and this technician advised her to use Windows Vista but she only got Windows XP. What's the difference between Windows XP and Windows Vista?

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What’s the difference between Windows Xp and Windows Vista?

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WINDOWS XP                                                                                             WINDOWS VISTA

Hi Norfrancis!

The difference between Windows XP and Windows Vista is that Windows XP is an operating system which was produced by Microsoft for personal computers. It is the most popular version of Window Operating system. It is a version of windows for a PC. It was the first user-friendly and consumer-familiarize operating system. It is easy to use and gives you a new and modified look for your desktop. It allows the user to easily scan files and images.

Microsoft Vista is an operating system which was released by Microsoft for personal computer also. But it contains more features and changes compared to Windows XP. It elevates the level of communication between your computer and other machines. It simplifies more the usage of sharing your files. Both of them are good operating system.

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Arriz

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What’s the difference between Windows Xp and Windows Vista?

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Differences between Windows XP and Vista are huge. They are different in terms of features and functions. Some prefer using Windows XP compared to Vista and there are numbers of complaints about Windows Vista OS because of bugs and incompatibility issues.

Windows Vista is supposedly the upgraded version of Windows during that time when it's released. The best feature that Windows Vista has is it has its own built-in driver for all types of devices, printers, USB cameras, and other components that needed plug and play.

It has an added feature that is 1 click away to get to the page you want in no time, a shortcut key to press to get in the page quickly compared to Windows XP. But the reliability and the stability, all goes to Windows XP.

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