Microsoft launches Vista Compatibility Center!

Satheesh C B | Friday, July 11, 2008 | 0 comments

The Vista Compatibility Center, launched Tuesday at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference In Houston, is designed to let PC users verify whether their systems, peripherals, and applications will work properly with Microsoft's most current operating system.


Microsoft still feels that they need to get people to check for Vista compatibility in case they wish to upgrade from Windows XP."Through this new compatibility tool, Microsoft will work to solicit continuous feedback from consumers and partners to ensure that their purchase and adoption experience remains positive long after their migration to Windows Vista," the company said in a statement.

The idea was to offer a Web site where consumers and small businesses could easily check whether their hardware and software are Vista-ready. Since yesterday afternoon, however, the site has greeted visitors with the message "The Windows Vista Compatibility Center will be launching soon, please check back!"

Checkout: Vista Compatibility Center

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