Monday, April 09, 2007

'Certified for Windows Vista' logo




It's really unbelievable that the Products labelled 'Certified for Windows Vista' are having hardtime to operate under that system. Lots of news are making headlines regarding this that why products are being shipped with no working drivers to work under Windows Vista though they are tagged 'Certified for Windows Vista' out-box. The major issue is with the Graphics card. The new ATI Radeon X1950 GT and Geforce 8600 GTS as a Vista-certified graphics card without a working driver. It seems that either manufacturers' drivers are not yet tested/verified by Microsoft's lab or seems plainly the Window's negligence. The most irritants related with these drivers are the BSODs once these cards are installed.

Normally, i thought those Logo meant, it is designed to work under the specified operating system. But seems, these days, it got it's meaning wrong. Lets see, if this issues will be addressed or not but right now, it's making headlines among the Vista users.


What Does The Logo Mean?

The Certified for Windows Vista logo is a very powerful marketing tool. According to Microsoft, a hardware device that is certified for Windows Vista...

Is designed and tested for ease of use, better performance and enhanced security on PC's running Windows Vista.

Meets technical requirements for superior experiences with photos, music, videos, games and online communications.

Installs easily and can automatically download device driver updates from Windows Update.

Helps ensure compatibility with other Certified for Windows Vista products.

Is designed and tested for ease of use, better performance and enhanced security on PC's running Windows Vista.

Meets technical requirements for superior experiences with photos, music, videos, games and online communications.

Installs easily and can automatically download device driver updates from Windows Update.

Helps ensure compatibility with other Certified for Windows Vista products.

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