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Old 6th September 2007, 09:02   #1
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Default Vista-Friendly Peripherals

Incompatibilities are expected with the release of a new operating
system. As device drivers mature, applications are updated and the OS
is patched, most bugaboos go away. But, early adopters often pay the
price. So, how do you assure compatibility when purchasing gear for
your game rig? Thatís the purpose of this feature: to help you make
wise decisions when investing in peripherals. Whether you're currently
running the new OS or are still using XP, it makes sense to choose
Vista-compatible devices when making long-term hardware investments.
Truth is, eventually, youíll need to switch.
http://www.yougamers.com/articles/10...rals_-_part_1/
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