Maplesoft announced today that it had added Vista support for the latest version of its Maple mathematics software (see It runs on OS X, now it runs on Ubuntu...Still no Vista). According to an email sent to Maple customers:
Maple™ 11 Windows® Vista™ support is now available at www.maplesoft.com/vista.
Maple 11 now runs on Windows systems featuring Microsoft’s most recent release, Windows Vista. If you would like to download the Windows Vista version of Maple 11, or order a CD version, please visit: www.maplesoft.com/vista. If you reside outside of the US or Canada you will be pointed to your local reseller for a CD version.
Given that non-XP new OEM machines are getting harder to come by, this is just in time for summer upgrades, rollouts, and installs.
Or you can just keep using it on your Mac or your Linux box.