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Vista usually refers to a distant view.

Vista may also refer to:

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Software

  • Windows Vista, the line of Microsoft Windows client operating systems released in 2006 and 2007
  • VistA, (Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture) a medical records system of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and others worldwide
  • VISTA (comparative genomics), software tools for genome analysis and genomic sequence comparisons
  • VistaPro, and Vista, 3D landscape generation software for the Amiga and PC
  • VIsualizing STructures And Sequences, bioinformatics software

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Vehicles

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