Vista has a number of security-related enhancements, and those who are already running Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) networks, or who are contemplating transitioning to IPv6, need to know what changes they’ll find in IPv6 support.
One of the great things about Windows Vista is its Performance Management. In other Windows Operating Systems, you either had to buy a third-party tool to analyze your computer or you had to know the intricate details on how to pinpoint performance trouble spots.
If you’re attached to the Run command, you may have been dissapointed when you noticed it’s missing from the Windows Vista Start Menu. While the Start Search command performs the same functions as the Run command, (allowing you to find and open files, folders, even web site urls quickly) you can get the Run command back into the Start menu if you want it.