Only the most reckless users trust the data on minimum requirements for Microsoft hardware. I still remember those unfortunates who tried to install Windows 95 from floppy disks for computers 386SX with 4 mb of ram. This should warn users today. Of course, by the time Windows Vista, the situation has improved considerably. Vista users should be pleasantly surprised in terms of performance, partly due to chip manufacturers, who left the attempts to create devices with ever higher clock speeds and focusing on developing chips more practical design, and partly because of internal improvements in the software itself in Windows Vista. There is nothing to worry about.
In fact, some of the characteristics and features of Windows Vista is directly aimed at improving the work. Below we talk about these features and some other factors that affect the system as a whole. Windows ReadyDrive of Windows Vista is compatible with hybrid hard drives, a new generation with the function of Windows ReadyDrive, which will soon be releasing Samsung and other manufacturers. I still have not had to test these drives because they are unavailable commercially, but this is the principle of their action. Hybrid hard drives are a combination of a standard hard drive and large volume of non-volatile flash memory (1 gb or more). This memory acts as a sort of cache, providing a number of advantages. First, the system boots and wakes up much faster, allowing Users are more likely to return to work. Since the hard drive and all its components rotate at a much lower frequency, it provides increased performance and longer battery life (for this reason Hybrid hard drives are the first generation will probably be for the notebook market, and not for desktop computers).