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    skins
  • The thin layer of tissue forming the natural outer covering of the body of a person or animal
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  • (skin) clamber: climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling
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  • A container made from the skin of an animal such as a goat, used for holding liquids
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Windows Vista Home Basic with SP1 Upgrade
Windows Vista Home Basic with SP1 Upgrade
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic 66G-02690 122

Windows Vista Home Basic with Service Pack 1 (Upgrade) is ideal for homes with basic computing needs like e-mail, browsing the Internet, and viewing photos. Easy to set up and maintain, it enables you to quickly find what you're looking for on your PC and the Internet, while providing a more secure environment to help protect you from an unpredictable world.
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Improved Reliability and Performance
Windows Vista with Service Pack 1 and improvements delivered by hardware and software partners increase the reliability, performance, and compatibility of Windows Vista-based PCs.
With Windows Vista with SP1, many of the most common causes of operating system crashes and hangs have been addressed. Windows Vista includes new, innovative technologies that help pinpoint and diagnose issues reported anonymously by Windows Vista-based PCs from millions of users who have elected to have their PC send us system information.
Windows Vista with SP1 supports a number of important new technology standards, so it will keep making your PC easier and more enjoyable to use for years to come.
Ideal for the basics of home computing
Windows Vista Home Basic with Service Pack 1 is the edition of Windows for basic home computing needs. If you only want to use your PC for tasks like browsing the Internet, using e-mail, or viewing photos, then Windows Vista Home Basic with Service Pack 1 may be the right edition for you. While it won't provide as many benefits as Windows Vista Home Premium, it will help you use your PC more easily and more safely than you could with Windows XP.

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The first thing you'll notice about Windows Vista Home Basic with Service Pack 1 is how easy it is to find the programs and files you're looking for. The instant desktop search feature looks across all of your documents, e-mails, photos, and other files, organizing the results in the way that you want to view them. When coupled with the built-in web search of Windows Internet Explorer 7 in Windows Vista, you'll spend less time looking for the things that you need and more time on the activities that you care about.
Simply put, Windows Vista Home Basic with Service Pack 1 provides you with just the essentials you need for home computing.
Safety
Windows Vista with Service Pack 1 helps protect your family and your personal information from threats from malicious software and phishing scams and helps you keep your PC backed-up and running smoothly.
Parental Controls help parents keep children safer while using PCs through convenient tools to manage and monitor children's computer use, access to websites, and ability to play certain games and use certain applications.
PCs running Windows Vista are 60% less likely to be infected with viruses, worms and rootkits than PCs running Windows XP SP2.
Windows Internet Explorer 7 helps protect your PC and your personal information against malicious software, fraudulent websites, and online phishing scams. New phishing attacks are more than 25 times as common as new viruses, and over 20,000 fraudulent phishing websites are created every month. Internet Explorer 7 is now blocking nearly one million inadvertent attempts to access fake phishing sites per week.
Help defend your PC against pop-ups, slow performance, and security threats caused by spyware and other unwanted software with Windows Defender. Windows Defender in Windows Vista automatically scans Internet Explorer 7 downloads to help bring spyware to your attention before it can infect your computer.
More easily back-up the content on your PC--including digital photos, music, movies, and documents--with Scheduled and Network Backup.
Ease
It's easier and faster than ever to find, use, manage and share the information on your PC or on the Web with Windows Vista with SP1.
Most Windows Vista-based PCs boot in less than a minute, which can be an improvement over Windows XP boot times.
The Windows Vista sleep and resume features can bring your PC to life in a snap. The vast majority of Windows Vista-based PCs resume from sleep in less than six seconds.
Find it fast! Simply type something about a file, picture, or song, such as a word contained in a document or e-mail message, the artist of a song, or the date a picture was taken, and Instant Search will bring back any matches instantly.
Organize a lifetime of photos and movies with ease using Windows Photo Gallery. Tag your photos by date, keyword, star rating or any identifying label you choose--so you can find them anytime you want them.
Display live information, like weather, stocks, and news, directly on your desktop with easy-to-use Gadgets and Windows Sidebar.
View multiple web pages simultaneously with Quick Tabs in Windows Internet Explorer 7.
Get up and running faster than ever with Windows Easy Transfer that automatically copies your files and settings from your old PC.
Mobility
With special features to help you go mobile, Windows Vista with SP1 makes computing and connecting away from home or the office easier than ever.
Set up a wireless network at home with Network and Sharing Center--so you can experience the freedom of working virtually anywhere in your home. Then easily find and join a wireless network at your favorite hotspot--so you can stay productive wherever you go.
Optimize your power and mobile settings centrally with Windows Mobility Center.
Easily sync and manage your music, contacts and pictures across your devices and other PCs with Sync Center.

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A Constant Sun When the sun stopped appearing, the neighbors became hysterical. Everyone was, but Bethesda was especially so. Since Bethesda lived alone, Sherry invited her for Christmas dinner. While we ate, she talked about the world coming to an end. Sherry and I listened in silence. She pointed to a variety of reasons: the economy, our president, the mental state of kids these days and the disappearance of the sun. “I’m worried there will be a blight on this land soon” was the way she put it. "What's that over there?" Bethesda said. It was the first time she came into our house. We had been living here for only a few months. "That's our family altar,” I said. "Oh? What does it do?" "It's supposed to protect our family from evil spirits," I said. "Oh does it? I don't think it's going to do you any good when the blight comes.” She kept using this word, blight. "I don't really believe in it but it's a Chinese tradition. My dad had one and my grandfather before him." "Well, I can respect that but if you don't believe in it, why do you have it? Listen Ken, when the blight comes —" I stood up and pushed my chair in. She stopped talking. "I'm sorry Bethesda, but I'm going to have to ask you to leave." Sherry looked up from her plate. Her fork was still and there was a piece of sweet yam at the end of it. I glanced at Sherry for confirmation but she didn’t say anything. "Let me walk you to the door. It was nice having you over,” I said. “Beth...” Sherry said. No one noticed anything wrong when it first began. It started out as overcast. It was normal for winter. When it carried through spring, people began to wonder. Then came summer and after that winter again. After Christmas was over, it was a full year of overcast. Spring came and left for the second time. The world did not end as Bethesda had said it would. But, when the overcast ended and there was only darkness, the city began to leave the street lights on at all hours. It was the same everywhere. Sherry had our baby in April. We named her Abbeline after her grandmother. After Abbeline’s second birthday, everyone took to calling her Apple because her cheeks were always red. "It's not roscea you silly," her grandmother said while pointing a crooked finger at me. "They're apples." At the time, Sherry and I laughed. "There's so much potential in you," I said while I held her in my lap. She was crying so I gave her her bottle. The milk was enriched with vitamin D and had been warmed Sherry, on a pot of hot water above the stove, before she left for work. By then, we had shifted our schedules so we could take turns taking care of her. When Sherry was gone, I wondered if all these things I said were still true. When they realized that the sun would not be coming back soon, the streetlights were turned off during the daytime (an old concept) to ration energy. The year after, they began to build the wind farms. Like wild mushrooms, they stretched from the existing ones in Rio Vista and the Altamont Pass to our city. In the end, when they stopped, the wind farms covered the entire county. Sherry and I went on a day trip in the summer. We were hiking up Mt. Diablo with Apple on her fifth birthday. We were camping. Sherry and I held her hand and made our way up the mountain. Our flashlights swung against the path. Though we could not see the turbines we could hear and feel them all around us. They made a dull throbbing sound, like a plane that never lands, and the air pressed against our ears in slow undulating waves. Some of the more sensitive people in town were driven mad. Crime went up and there was an exodus of people moving south. The police found Sherry at the gas station. When they called, I asked Bethesda if she could look after Apple for the night. I had somewhere urgent I needed to be, I said. When she asked, I told her what the police had told me over the phone. It was the first time I had knocked on her door since Christmas dinner six years ago. Once in a while, we'd exchange smiles when we saw each other; I left for work at the same time she came home from church. There were a lot of people going now and the pews were always full. They were all afraid. “Where are you going papa?” Apple said. “I’m going to pick your mom up from work. Her car broke down,” I said. Bethesda crossed herself as she took Apple’s hand and led her inside. The gas pump was still in the car when I drove up. “You sure?” the police officer said when I stepped through the tape perimeter. The driver side window was smashed in. “Yes.” There was blood everywhere: in the front of the car, the windshield, parts of the backseat and headrest. The broken glass looked like rubies. Her purse was gone. The cuffs on her shirt were torn. It was where she wore the cuff-links with our initials that morning; they were gone too. Her hair hung around the sides o
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Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium Upgrade [DVD] - Old Version
Windows Vista Home Premium makes finding information, staying connected, and interacting with your PC easier and more secure. Using, organizing, and sharing photos, video, TV programs, and music becomes a part of your everyday life. With Windows Vista Home Premium, balancing your checkbook, doing homework, watching a movie, listening to music, or playing a game is a better and more enjoyable experience.

The Windows Vista Home Premium Upgrade DVD-ROM makes finding information, staying connected, and interacting with your PC easier and more secure. Whether you use your PC organizing and sharing photos, watching videos and TV programs, balancing your checkbook, doing homework, or listening to music, Windows Vista Home Premium makes it easy to enjoy your computing time. An ideal operating system for homes with advanced computer needs, Windows Vista Home Premium combines the features of Windows Vista Home Basic with even more impressive and user-friendly capabilities. It will help you use your laptop or desktop PC more effectively as well as enable you to take advantage of cutting-edge digital entertainment experiences--all with the benefit of added security and reliability.


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Compare Windows Vista editions.


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Windows Vista Aero provides spectacular visual effects such as glass-like interface elements that you can see through.


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Update Eligibility
You can upgrade from your current edition of Microsoft Windows XP or Windows 2000 (including Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Home, Windows XP Media Center, Windows XP Tablet PC, Windows XP Professional x64, Windows 2000) to a corresponding or better edition of Windows Vista by purchasing and installing this upgrade copy of Windows Vista. Depending on which edition of Windows you are running and the edition of Windows Vista you would like to install, you have two options for the installation process: You can upgrade in-place, which means you can install Windows Vista and retain your applications, files, and settings as they were in your previous edition of Windows or you can do a clean install. If you are currently using Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional x64, you are eligible for an upgrade copy to a corresponding or better edition of Windows Vista, but a clean install is required. For versions of Windows earlier than Windows 2000, upgrade copies are not available. These earlier versions of Windows require you to install a full copy of Windows Vista.
Breakthrough Windows Vista Experience
Designed to help you feel confident in your ability to view, find, and organize information and to control your computing experience, all editions of Windows Vista introduce a breakthrough user experience. The visual sophistication of Windows Vista helps streamline your computing experience by refining common window elements so you can better focus on the content on the screen rather than on how to access it. The desktop experience is more informative, intuitive, and helpful. And new tools bring better clarity to the information on your computer, so you can see what your files contain without opening them, find applications and files instantly, navigate efficiently among open windows, and use wizards and dialog boxes more confidently.
Innovative User Interface
Windows Vista Home Premium has a new user interface named Windows Aero, which is both efficient and visually stunning. This new interface makes it easier than ever before to find your way around the operating system; it even makes it a snap to accomplish multiple tasks at once by providing a three-dimensional, real-time, animated view of all of your open applications and documents. Additionally, Windows Vista Home Premium helps you quickly find and organize large collections of documents, pictures, movies, videos, and music. By integrating search throughout the operating system, this software helps you quickly find exactly what you are looking for.
Improved Mobility
Windows Vista Home Premium makes it easy to take your home computing experience with you wherever you go. For example, the system includes Windows Tablet and Touch Technology that enables you to interact with your Tablet PC-compatible computer with a digital pen or your fingertip instead of having to use a keyboard. Computers that include Windows Vista Home Premium and an auxiliary Windows SideShow display will also allow you to access key data even when your computer is off. You'll even be able to share files between other PCs in your household and to manage your laptop computer settings to more securely connect to your favorite Wi-Fi hotspot.
More Entertainment Options
Windows Vista Home Premium has the power to improve every aspect of your digital entertainment experiences, including viewing and sharing photos, video, TV, movies, music, games, and more. For example, you can create your own DVDs and edit your own high-definition movies. The most exciting news, however, is that Windows Vista Home Premium includes all of the Windows Media Center capabilities for turning your PC into an all-in-one home entertainment center so you can enjoy your music, photos, and DVD movies. You can also use Windows Media Center to record and watch your favorite TV shows (even HDTV) and to access new kinds of online entertainment content. You will also be able to connect Windows Vista Home Premium to your Microsoft Xbox 360 to extend your Media Center experience to multiple rooms in your home.

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