In Windows Vista, there is no longer separate versions for Media Center or Tablet PC, instead that functionality is built into several versions of Vista, unlike Windows XP.

Windows Vista seems to confuse many people

Windows Vista seems to confuse many people

All Windows Vista higher than the Home Premium version have Mobile and Tablet PC support.

Below are the 8 versions of windows vista

  1. Windows Starter 2007 — limited version for emerging markets
  2. Windows Vista Home Basic — for a single PC home
  3. Windows Vista Home Premium — multiple PC homes and personal laptops, will include Media Center
  4. Windows Vista Ultimate — uber-Windows for home users, aimed at gamers and multimedia technophiles; combines Home Premium and Business
  5. Windows Vista Business — the successor to Win2K Pro and XP Pro; will include TabletPC software
  6. Windows Vista Enterprise — a superset of Vista Business, but only available to Software Assurance subscribers
  7. Windows Vista Home Basic N — Home Premium with no Media Player (to meet European regulations)
  8. Windows Vista Business N — Business with no Media Player (to meet European regulations)

Vista pain

Windows Vista has been known to give people a lot of pain

Resources
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-vista/features/tablet-pc.aspx
http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/tech-news/?p=305
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Vista_editions