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Microsoft's WHQL certification for Windows Vista Home Premium validates the NVIDIA ION platform as customer-ready.
"We are pleased with the support of Trend Micro, a leader in Internet and content security, and their commitment to making Trend Micro products Windows Vista SP1 compatible," he added.
"We are glad to work with companies like DS2 to ensure that users of powerline networking products enjoy the full potential of Windows Vista and can easily share multimedia content with their Xbox 360 or other Media Center Extender devices across their home networks.
News from Paris brought the announcement that Dassault Systemes is giving full support of Windows Vista across its portfolio of PLM products.
Although a 64-b Windows operating system is not entirely revolutionary, Windows Vista marks the first time that such an operating system is widely available to the general public.
"Although Windows Vista has been designed for optimal usage, " said Hugo, president of IObit, "it eats too much RAM and CPU.
While Windows Vista contains hundreds of new features and notable changes, one key aspect likely to affect researchers is the availability of both a 32-bit version and a 64-bit version.
Later, two explosively loud, percussion-heavy rock bands entertained Microsoft enthusiasts amid flashing lights at the Nokia Theatre - temporarily renamed the Windows Vista Theatre - in Times Square.
BitDefender(R), an award-winning provider of antivirus software and data security solutions, announced today that it now offers consumers one of the industry's highest levels of antimalware protection for those using Microsoft's new Windows Vista platform.
While Windows Vista contains hundreds of new features and notable changes, one key aspect of Windows Vista likely to affect engineers and scientists is the availability of both a 32-bit version and a 64-bit version of Windows Vista.
No new technology promises to cause more change than the release of Microsoft's Windows Vista, the first major Windows release in over half a decade.

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