The Windows Vista logo helps customers quickly identify products designed and tested to take advantage of features in Windows Vista, helping them save time, money and energy when it comes to buying products for the new platform.
Certified for Windows Vista hardware and software is tested against industry standards and Microsoft performance criteria for delivering reliability, stability and speed while meeting high security standards.
In the program’s first year, more than 2,000 products from vendors all over the world have received certification, and this week at Digital Life 2007 in New York City — the conference where the logo program began — Windows Marketing Manager Ben Reed is knee deep in new devices and applications sporting the Certified for Windows Vista logo.
Follow Reed as he gives PressPass a camera’s eye view of Microsoft’s booth at Digital Life, a four-day consumer event in New York City dedicated to educating consumers about what the digital lifestyle means in every aspect of life at work, home and play.
|Watch as Microsoft Windows Marketing Manager Ben Reed looks at some of the great consumer products that are Certified for Windows Vista (.wmv file, 2 min 36 sec).|