Looking at building a new system that works well with the new Windows Vista operating system? Scott from The Tech Report comes to the rescue with a new article that discusses the exact issue.
WINDOWS VISTA IS FINALLY SHIPPING to consumers, and we've decided to refresh our system guide for the occasion. Not much has changed in the world of PC components since our December update, but we've nevertheless tweaked our recommendations with both Vista and recent price fluctuations in mind. Windows Vista requires new drivers, especially if you're looking to run the 64-bit version of the operating system, so we've scrutinized our hardware selections for proper driver support. And, of course, we've updated our operating system recommendations with info on the features available in each version of Vista and advice on which one might be right for your needs.
Once again, our sponsor for the system guide is the excellent online retailer Newegg.com. Newegg's support allows us to make more frequent updates to the guide, and considering its excellent track record and competitive pricing, it's also a fine source of components for prospective buyers. Of course, the component picks in the guide are still very much our own. They have evolved from our previous system guides, with obvious input from our more recent hardware reviews and new developments in the market.