Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor is a useful, free Windows software, being part of the category Software utilities with subcategory Analysis & Optimization and has been created by Microsoft.
It's available for users with the operating system Windows XP and prior versions, and it is available in English. Its current version is 1.0 and was updated on 1/25/2007.
Since we added this program to our catalog in 2006, it has managed to achieve 148.318 installations, and last week it had 4 downloads.
Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor is a software that requires less storage than average programs in the section Software utilities. It's very heavily used in Greece, Canada, and Pakistan.
The Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor is a small beta application that you can run on your current Windows XP-based computer to find out if it's
ready for an upgrade to Windows Vista. When you run the Upgrade Advisor, it will scan your computer and generate an easy-to-understand report of any known system and device compatibility issues, along with recommendations on how you can get your PC ready for Windows Vista. Microsoft plans to add functionality to Upgrade Advisor, such as checking how your software applications will run with Windows Vista. Download the beta version today and check this site in a few months for a new version.
Upgrade Advisor is currently a beta release and contains functionality and features that have not been thoroughly tested and may contain errors. Please consider the information that Upgrade Advisor currently provides as preliminary and check back periodically for new versions, which will include updated device information and additional functionality such as checking how your software applications will run with Windows Vista.