There’s three things that are going to be VERY interesting and worth while in Vista that might not have been receiving much media coverage:
A photo gallery which enables you to tag images. The tags are embedded in the image and make searching for images on your computer or on other computers that support the Adobe developed Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP).
Two other things are search and speech recognition.
ZD Net writes You probably haven’t heard much about speech recognition in Windows Vista. If you did, it was probably thanks to a demo that went awry last summer and was widely reported. That’s a shame, because the built-in speech-to -text conversion software in the final release works exceptionally well for controlling the Windows interface and dictating text.
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