This week the BBC has written about what many have known for some time: the massive amount of graphical processing power Windows Vista will require. While it's not exactly as demanding as a game like Quake 4, Microsoft's new Aero Glass interface is like nothing Windows has seen before.
"But the not so good news is that not everyone will have a PC that will be compatible.
"A lot of people buy PCs that do not have a separate and discrete graphics card," explained Mr Makedon. "They have something called integrated graphics, which is basically built into their motherboard.
"Typically today you may buy an Intel PC that has graphics built in. That's where the questionable part may be - it may or may not work with Aero." "