“Vista capable” means you can boot Vista and stare at it


How to Set Up Your New Windows Computer

A brand-new Windows PC, fully updated and unsullied by crapware, is a wonderful thing. Sadly, very few people ever get to experience it—but you can!

Mouse Print dug up this gem from Dell’s website, claiming that the baseline system requirements for a “Vista capable” computer means you can boot the operating system, but not run applications or games. Vista isn’t that pretty.



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