There are a variety of actions associated with the Windows Vista deployment. You can perform a clean install of the operating system or you can upgrade from a previous version of Windows. Also, via a glitch in the deployment process, users are able to use a workaround to do a clean installation of Vista with an upgrade license key.
Additionally, customers are presented with the possibility of using the Windows Vista Anytime Upgrade that allows them to upgrade to a superior version of the operating system. Microsoft has also made available the Windows Automated Installation Kit that permits the installation, customization and deployment of the Windows Vista family of operating system.
Microsoft has revealed the fact that, on average, installing Windows Vista won't take longer than 20-30 minutes, and that this time can be as low as 8 minutes if the user installs an image of the operating system via a Windows Deployment Services server. Additionally, users can acquire systems with Windows Vista preinstalled and dodge the deployment headaches, swapping them for those related to the OEM license.
The Redmond Company has labored restlessly to prepare Vista for the world. And now that the operating system is commercially available, what is the verdict?
Well, the verdict is that Windows Vista is plagued with problems. And incompatibility issues are at the top of the list by far. This is why you have to watch Anthony Cumia from the Opie & Anthony Show making a demonstration of the “correct