Well it's time for another Screencast on Windows Vista. In this Screencast I'm going to talk about "Reliability" and the improvements Windows Vista makes in this area. Now Reliability is one of those topics that is very much open to interpretation by the end user. I've done many presentations to customers in this area and I always ask "What does Reliability mean to you?" There is always a common thread around the PC not crashing and having a predictable experience. Most people just want their PC to work for them without distruption and without degradation over time. In Windows Vista we have done a lot to address these issues so users can get on with just using their PC. In this Screencast I'm going to cover some of the key features that address "Reliability" concerns. I haven't been able to address them all in the timeframe of the screencast so I wanted to cover these off in this post. So below is what I don't cover in the Screencast but I wanted to provide you with more details.
So with that let's get on to the Screencast; but before I do I would like to hear what "Reliability" means to you. Leave some comments and I'll try and compile a list in a future post. Please be candid because I think it gives us a better picture.
So Click on the photo below to watch this Screencast!
Jeff Alexander has been busy preparing Windows Vista Screencasts . He has posted a bunch so far: Windows