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jAkUp
09-13-05, 11:36 AM
Check out the new games :D
http://www.extended64.com/Article38.x64

Slyder
09-13-05, 11:37 AM
Check out the new games :D
http://www.extended64.com/Article38.x64

Still as crap as ever. :rolleyes:

zoomy942
09-13-05, 12:19 PM
see, i like winxp. its stable, doesnt use alot of resources, compared to how powerful our pc's are now. i dont feel like getting al setup for a new os just yet.:(

oh well, i saw that now, but i wont be able to resist the urge to be the first on my block:)

|JuiceZ|
09-13-05, 09:23 PM
The new animations or nice but then again, like most folk, I'm happy with XP. But as long as the talented artists over at Aqua-soft (http://www.aqua-soft.org) make Aqua themes for it, I'll prolly use it.

OWA
09-14-05, 12:34 AM
I like the IE quick tabs but don't really like the way the rest of IE looks.

jAkUp
09-14-05, 12:42 AM
Yea I agree, IE looks ugly. Hopefully it will get a major overhaul.

TierMann
09-14-05, 03:03 AM
Come on... I know simplifying things for the novice end-user is good for Microsoft.. but the rest of us have to suffer. I mean... just look at the firewall manager http://www.extended64.com/photos/article_screenshots/category1038/picture1314.aspx

Toss3
09-14-05, 10:25 AM
Come on... I know simplifying things for the novice end-user is good for Microsoft.. but the rest of us have to suffer. I mean... just look at the firewall manager http://www.extended64.com/photos/article_screenshots/category1038/picture1314.aspx
:lol2:

Windows Vista looks nice but it doesn't look that much different from xp and xp works fine for me, so why does it have such high requirements?? no 4Ghz needed for some lame animations in Xp...and I don't even use the normal themes of Xp to save ram! :) It's nice to have a good-looking desktop, but I really prefer a fast reboot instead of a slow and pretty one :rolleyes2

AthlonXP1800
09-14-05, 06:18 PM
Come on... I know simplifying things for the novice end-user is good for Microsoft.. but the rest of us have to suffer. I mean... just look at the firewall manager http://www.extended64.com/photos/article_screenshots/category1038/picture1314.aspx

:lol2: :rofl

anzak
09-14-05, 06:53 PM
Wow, look at the new solitaire! Good work Microsoft. :thumbsup: :D

:lol2:

Windows Vista looks nice but it doesn't look that much different from xp and xp works fine for me, so why does it have such high requirements??

It doesn't. Why do people believe everything they read online?

EDIT: This was taken from http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/newsroom/winxp/VistaBeta1FS.mspx

Minimum system requirements will not be known until summer 2006 at the earliest. However, these guidelines provide useful estimates:

• 512 megabytes (MB) or more of RAM
• A dedicated graphics card with DirectX® 9.0 support
• A modern, Intel Pentium- or AMD Athlon-based PC.