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  •  cn i get ne specific details regarding code name "Longhorn" ?

     having it bt havn't used it... is it more reliable than vista ?

    Thursday, February 15, 2007 7:15 AM

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  • Windows Vista is directed to Home, Small and Medium Business Organizations. It's workstation system that offers many features for personal computers and small servers.

    Windows Vista can work as entertainment platform to play movies, music and it's good for networking.

    While Windows Longhorn Server is part of Windows Server family (NT Server, 2000 Advanced Server and 2003 Server system), it's directed for big organizations that running computers that rarely to turn them off, like Web hosts (web servers), domain controllers, DNS servers and more.

    Windows Longhorn Server is more reliable than Windows Vista without comparison between whether workstation or server OS, because Server OS needs more reliable and stable systems to be able to run servers around the clock.

    Good luck

    Friday, February 16, 2007 7:37 PM

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  • Hello Hrishit,

    we can compare between vista and Longhorn because it's diff

    Vista : it's for home users and officies (Client)

    Longhorn: is a new generation of windows server family (server)

    it's like windows XP and Windows Server 2003

    Thursday, February 15, 2007 4:34 PM
  • Windows Vista is directed to Home, Small and Medium Business Organizations. It's workstation system that offers many features for personal computers and small servers.

    Windows Vista can work as entertainment platform to play movies, music and it's good for networking.

    While Windows Longhorn Server is part of Windows Server family (NT Server, 2000 Advanced Server and 2003 Server system), it's directed for big organizations that running computers that rarely to turn them off, like Web hosts (web servers), domain controllers, DNS servers and more.

    Windows Longhorn Server is more reliable than Windows Vista without comparison between whether workstation or server OS, because Server OS needs more reliable and stable systems to be able to run servers around the clock.

    Good luck

    Friday, February 16, 2007 7:37 PM