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Old 09-27-08, 03:30 PM   #13
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I don't see a big deal with not including them, I mean, how much space are they really taking up? Photo programs, e-mail and a few other tidbits, is what, 100 meg?
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Old 10-01-08, 07:30 AM   #14
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Linux is just retarded OS. I can't believe people still bother with the biggest crap ever written.
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Linux is just retarded OS. I can't believe people still bother with the biggest crap ever written.
Do you think of this stuff, or do you just open your mouth and out it flows?
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Old 10-01-08, 08:20 AM   #16
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Do you think of this stuff, or do you just open your mouth and out it flows?
hell_of_doom227 is just a retard. I can't believe people still bother with the biggest crap ever written.
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Old 10-01-08, 04:05 PM   #17
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wtf is iso? clicking on it does nothing! stupid crap.
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wtf is iso? clicking on it does nothing! stupid crap.
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I do believe Windows should move to a "select your apps to install" setup. Provide the basic installation for "most" folks, and "advanced" for us in teh knowz. Let us just completely rip out the Security Center, Indexer, etc. without having to nLite or vLite.
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I do believe Windows should move to a "select your apps to install" setup. Provide the basic installation for "most" folks, and "advanced" for us in teh knowz. Let us just completely rip out the Security Center, Indexer, etc. without having to nLite or vLite.
I agree.

Also they really need to test and make it clear IF a feature can effect gaming performance, whether it shuts down for games and if it can be a benefit in general use, that way we can fine tune our PCs to our needs. I myself would just strip everything. ::
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I agree.

Also they really need to test and make it clear IF a feature can effect gaming performance, whether it shuts down for games and if it can be a benefit in general use, that way we can fine tune our PCs to our needs. I myself would just strip everything. ::
Put the clothes back on your PC crainger...

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Keep 'em on a USB stick and install from there. Or use eplorer.exe for the download.
explorer browsing internet is IE. Bad try.
Anyway, I'd say strip out all the rubbish since I never use it.
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Put the clothes back on your PC crainger...

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Looks good without the sides, then again. They are ONLY mesh sides so it's not like I can't see ALL the time.

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Looks good without the sides, then again. They are ONLY mesh sides so it's not like I can't see ALL the time.

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Its like fishnet stockings.
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