You posted a message with a poor subject/title. It is very generic and
doesn't tell anybody anything or ask anything of anyone. It's just a
Stating that Vista runs on a "Good PC" is also a useless statement. It is
very relative and makes little sense. A "Good PC" to one person mail still
fail all system requirements to run Vista. It doesn't change the fact that
the system is a "Good PC", it just means it can't run Vista.
On the other side, a "Great PC", one being better than a "Good PC", still
may have issues running Vista, simply because the "greatness" or "goodness"
has never been an indicator of how a computer would run a certain operating
"Piet" <pietfo@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> After looking at various comments about Vista it is quite clear to me that
> Vista runs very well on a GOOD PC. Something like a quad processor and
> enough 800mhz memory plus a fast front end bus.
> It does not perform well on PC's that are short of resources.
> It is no use to tell people to go to Linux etc instead of elaborating
> about the hardware being used.