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Windows Vista Application Compatibility List for IT Professionals

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  • Version: July 9, 2009
  • Category: Document
  • Language: English

The Window Vista Application Compatibility List for IT Professionals is a Microsoft Office Excel-based spreadsheet containing software applications which have support statements from the application manufacturer or which have earned the status of “Certified for Windows Vista” or “Works with Windows Vista”.

  • The Windows Vista Application Compatibility List for IT Professionals is a Microsoft Office Excel-based spreadsheet containing software applications which have earned the status of “Certified for Windows Vista” or “Works with Windows Vista”.

    Additionally, this list contains applications with a status of “Compatible”, “Free Update Required”, and “Paid Update Required”. Any of these compatibility statuses mean that the applications have been reported by the publisher as compatible with, or supported on, Windows Vista. These applications have not gone through the Microsoft Windows Vista Logo Program. Some applications are listed as “Not Compatible” and have been reported by the publisher as not compatible or not supported on, Windows Vista.

    For the latest collection of compatible applications and hardware devices, please visit the Windows Vista Compatibility Center. You can also leave feedback on compatibility and suggest new products to get added in future reports.

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Application Compatibility List.xls1e0ae3a8eb0275c3813ac8d5eb9dfe40b2966d85388 KB

System Requirements

Operating Systems: Windows Vista, Windows XP


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