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Griswold, Geoff
April 2009
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2009, p44
Trade Publication
The article reports on the reluctance of various business enterprises to use Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Vista in their operation. It relates that there are various requirements in working with the software such as its increased hardware requirement and backwards compatibility issues. However, it affirms that among the advantages of using it include having its features easier to use, can load programs faster and allows USB flask disk be a memory card.


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