Windows Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office system:
Two of the most tested products in history, Windows Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office system, were designed, developed, and tested by partners and people like you to make the personal computer more “personal.” Windows Vista adapts to the way you want to use it—from learning your computer habits so it can prepare applications for faster access, to the addition of personalization features like Windows Sidebar and Gadgets. Windows Vista also includes everything you want so you can enjoy your digital entertainment the way you want it.
Hot new PCs
During his keynote address at CES 2007, Bill Gates unveiled some real PC “Wow”—powerful new hardware that will bring your Windows Vista experiences to life. Check out some of the hot new PCs that will be available for purchase with Windows Vista on January 30th.
The Digital Lifestyle is going mainstream
When Windows Vista launches, you’ll discover a world of great software, services, and devices that will be joining in on the “Wow.”
While we couldn’t possibly show you everything, here’s a sneak peak at some of what you can expect.
Windows Media Center SportsLounge
Windows Media Center in Windows Vista Home Premium and Windows Vista Ultimate takes your sports television viewing experience to a whole new interactive level. Windows Media Center SportsLounge, a partnership with FOXSports.com, will change the way you watch and interact with the world of televised sports in the United States and Canada. SportsLounge is the place to catch your favorite games, teams, and players—all from the comfort of your couch. Take a look at this whole new way to get your game on.