Windows Vista versus Windows XP outline

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Windows Vista versus Windows XP I. Attention A. Windows Vista “in” and Windows XP “out”. Windows XP scheduled for discontinue product on June 30 2008. B. According to PC World survey, 3500 out of 4431 favored XP OS than Vista OS. Most of the Participants described XP OS as “most stable operating systems” and “It boots up faster”. C. The main purpose of the presentation is to provide information to the audience about XP OS advantages over Vista OS and provide evidences to keep Windows XP on the market. D. Main points on “why should XP OS should stay on the market”: I. Vista incompatibilities with software/hardware systems, II. XP OS is the solution to the “problem”, III.Visualization of Vista and XP pathways, and IV. Implemented actions on “How do we keep XP on the market?” II. Need: Windows Vista lacks in Security, Performance, Reliability, Usability, Hardware compatibility, and software compatibility A. Qualitative Needs 1. Security: Vista’s UAC (User Account Control) can be bypass involving with the Internet Explorer, and remote users (hackers) can switch their domain status to administrators using the default Vista account model. 2. Performance: Vista requires roughly twice the hardware resources to deliver comparable performance. With every new UI enhancement turned off and every background service disabled, Vista is 40 percent slower than XP at a variety of business productivity tasks. 3.
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