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Old 05-05-07, 06:54 AM   #14
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Default Re: 3DMark performance difference in Vista

Originally Posted by DMx
Well consider this:

Microsoft really needs to pull up their act, people don't want everything located inside Control Panel and people don't want millions of popups saying this program wants to run, or you don't have enough permissions to move folders around inside Program Files (even though you're an Administrator).

I currently work as an IT Support Officer for the NHS, and I think that our calls will TRIPLE when the NHS migrates to Vista.

That is all.

All these administrator options can be disabled and superfetch too.

A lot of things in Vista can be disables if you don't like them.

I thought Vista sucked too, but I thought XP sucked in the beginning too. You just have too learn to work with Vista I guess... The whole world will be using it in the future. Just like XP now...
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