From the management point of view, folling features could be declared as important:
· New Security Features – Improved firewall, Windows Service Hardening and Internet Explorer Enhancements.
· Deployment - Windows Vista reduces the complexity, time, and cost of desktop deployment.
· Visualize, Search, and Organize Information - Windows Vista has amazing information management capabilities that enable users to find documents, e-mail messages, and other information in seconds and then to work with that data in ways that are most intuitive to them.
· Easy Sharing – Windows Vista enables two or more users to connect directly with one another to share files, applications, nearby projectors, or an Internet connection.
· Improved Performance - Windows Vista can recover from Sleep in few seconds, a capability known as Fast Startup.
· Reliability - Windows Vista includes fixes for known hangs and crashes, and new technology that will prevent many common causes of hangs and crashes.
· User Interface - Windows Vista's user interface, code-named AERO is easier to navigate, thereby making users more productive than with Windows XP and earlier versions of Windows.
Mar 28 2006, 08:56 AM