Last Updated on June 6, 2023 by Rizwan
Vista Home Premium is suitable for advanced computing at home level. It contains all features of Home Basic edition, plus Windows Media Center suite and Windows Aero UI style.
32-bit version of Vista Home edition allows only 4 GB RAM usage while Vista Home Premium 64-bit version supports 16 GB RAM.
Tip: Windows 7 is improved version of Vista. You should try Windows 7 Home Premium ISO too.
Windows Vista Description
Windows Vista is a truly beautiful Windows OS. Vista was first released on January 30, 2007 for public. Windows Longhorn was the codename of Vista. Though, Vista could not get popularity as a stable operating system, its beauty and impressive graphics made it a legend of attraction.
Vista was released after Windows XP and before Windows 7. The most of graphical UI and core of Windows 7 is borrowed from Windows Vista.
The major features of Vista and Windows 7 are almost same. Here are some popular features:
- Aero visual style
- New Start button and start menu
- Smooth animations
- Flip 3D
- Desktop gadgets
- Folders and files search from File Explorer
- New and beautiful fonts
- Backup and Restore
- Live thumbnail
- Redesigned Windows Explorer and Taskbar
- Improved system performance
- Security improvements
Windows Vista Editions
Vista has 6 editions, ranging from personal basic to enterprise level usage. Here are all six editions:
These editions are also named like Windows 7. The only different edition is Business, which is replaced by Professional edition in Windows Seven.
All editions have 64-bit and 32-bit versions except Starter edition, which Is only available in 32-bit version.
Download Windows Vista Home Premium ISO
Choose Vista x64 (64-bit) or x86 (32-bit) ISO file.