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We might like to sometimes act as if Windows Vista never happened, but as the Windows version between Windows XP and Windows 7 it has a significant installed base.
Determining your IP address is easy, but we first have to ask: which IP address do you want? I'll look at determining both.
Getting backup files where you want requires a proper backup program. Windows backup on Vista computers has difficulties in that direction.
Windows Vista included a Sidebar and Gadgets you could display on your desktop. If you've lost your Vista sidebar gadgets we'll get them back.
Windows Vista may tell you that a program requires elevation in order to run. We'll look at what that means, and the various steps you can take.
When purchasing a new machine if offered a choice, Windows Vista may or may not be a clear choice over Windows XP. We'll look at the issues involved.
Windows Vista is available in both 32 and 64 bit versions. We'll look at what that means, and what that implies for the average user.
Providing legitimate sources of Window's software can be a problem for computer technicians, especially as fewer manufacturers provide replacement disks to their customers.