As Windows 10 have started rolling out on April 11, it seems to be more than just a Windows upgrade. With the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft wants to show that it is not just a platform but also an OS that will help you to develop creative applications. Due to this, Sooner or later we will have to say goodbye to Windows Vista.
The Windows Vista that was launched at the beginning of 2007, has faced various critics and it was assumed to be the worst version of Windows. The security updates, security fixes, free or paid support options or technical updates will not be provided to Windows Vista users.
The new initiative by Microsoft will pave the way for more latest technologies to provide better user experience.
Is Windows Vista removed completely by Microsoft?
The users of Windows Vista need not worry much as the OS will be functional but it will be less secured as it will not receive security updates, says Microsoft.
The users Windows Vista machine using version 9 of Internet Explorer needs to be more careful as their system is more vulnerable to attacks.
The drawbacks faced by Windows Vista
Microsoft had launched Windows Vista with the aim to make it most popular among its users but unfortunately, the scenario turned out to be contradictory. The company had planned to launch WinFS with 3D user interface but it was not successful. But Vista has new display driver stack that allows 3D acceleration of desktop. The display driver stack also had pixel shader effects needed for GPU.
After all such criticism that was raised for Vista, the company had planned to move to Windows 7 and Windows 8 Operating systems and now Windows 10 the later version of which is known as Creators Update has launched from April 11.