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Windows Vista Ultimate Service Pack 1
Information on which edition of Windows Vista is right for you and your PC. Also provides step-by-step instructions to prepare for the upgrade and installation of Windows Vista.

Windows Vista Business Service Pack 1 
Windows Vista Business with Service Pack 1 is the first Windows operating system designed specifically to meet the needs of small businesses.

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