PC WORLD investigates the hidden costs of upgrading to the Windows Vista OS. Because both time and money are on the line in any OS upgrade, people interested in upgrading to Vista should be aware of the high cost of hardware.  If one plans to upgrade to Vista, users might have to initially outlay additional money to upgrade their system's RAM. While Microsoft says you can run Vista with 512 megabytes of RAM, it simply isn't worth running Vista on a machine with less than one gigabyte of RAM. In addition, even if one has enough RAM, the graphics card


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