An Apple technical support document confirms that none of the company's Windows applications are yet compatible with Windows Vista.

News that iTunes for Windows isn't yet ready for Microsoft's new operating system emerged earlier this week, with Apple warning PC folk to hold off on a Vista upgrade pending the release of updates.

Today's tech support document names a range of additional Windows applications from Apple that don't support that new operating system.

These include: QuickTime, the iPod shuffle reset utility, Bonjour for Windows, AirPort for Windows, the iDisk utility, AppleWorks for Windows, and Apple Software Update for Windows. The standalone iPod updater for iTunes 6 for Windows also isn't ready for Vista.

No schedule for Vista compatibility has been given. Microsoft has said it has a team working with developers such as Apple to establish support for its new operating system.