I have Windows Vista Home Premium Edition with sp1 and the active window keeps going from being active to not and back again like it is a strobe light. I don't have any thing hooked up to the USB ports. I recently updated all of the anti-virus/ spyware protection. I also updated the firewall. I can't seem to find anything wrong can someone help. Thanks.
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Yes and no. Think of 'platform' as a general header when looking at operating architectures (there are different types) and Vista choices.
Vista choices under the 'platform' 32-bit are:
• Windows Vista Home Basic 32-bit • Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit • Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit • Windows Vista Business 32-bit • Windows Vista Enterprise 32-bit
Another example of the "64-bit platform" and Vista choices are:
• Windows Vista Home Basic 64-bit Edition • Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit Edition • Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit Edition
• Windows Vista Business 64-bit Edition • Windows Vista Enterprise 64-bit Edition