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Old 01-05-10, 05:58 PM   #121
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The mod Doc didn't start the thread............. I did, and the truth is 7 is the best desktop operating system out there. Prove me wrong, or go back to the trenches and figure why you are sticking with Linux. I mean you can Buy 7 for 150 for pro version. End the stress you call Linux and have some fun. Move over to our bench we will welcome you. (maybe)
I use both platforms dude.

If it's your opinion, fine but just remember that the links you posted are their opinion and like I said, Windows is the only OS in that market. Some people said exactly the same thing about Leopard, even though Apple don't compete in the OEM market.

Windows 7 will just capture the market it has and Microsoft will continue to paralyse the market, big deal, what's new?
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Old 01-05-10, 06:00 PM   #122
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I use both platforms dude.

If it's your opinion, fine but just remember that the links you posted are their opinion and like I said, Windows is the only OS in that market. Some people said exactly the same thing about Leopard, even though Apple don't compete in the OEM market.

Windows 7 will just capture the market is has, big deal, what's new?
Nothing's new. Your bs has been pwnd. Again.
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Old 01-05-10, 06:03 PM   #123
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I use both platforms dude.

If it's your opinion, fine but just remember that the links you posted are their opinion and like I said, Windows is the only OS in that market. Some people said exactly the same thing about Leopard, even though Apple don't compete in the OEM market.

Windows 7 will just capture the market is has, big deal, what's new?
What new is 7. It's great
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Old 01-05-10, 06:09 PM   #124
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Nothing's new. Your bs has been pwnd. Again.
his BS is spreading
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Old 01-05-10, 06:29 PM   #125
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Vista 32/64 never had an issue or win7 that is a bit faster with no Quicklaunch
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of course it has no actual button for quick launch, but in taskbar menu, use small icons and then use your right mouse button to drag icons to the taskbar.

carry on
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of course it has no actual button for quick launch, but in taskbar menu, use small icons and then use your right mouse button to drag icons to the taskbar.

carry on
Why get rid of something used , the new idea that replaced it Class idea ..

Carry on .
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All the engrish is hurting my brain
Ill try to ignore it, not quite sure what you ment namuk, I cant tell if you're being negative about the new win7 taskbar or positive, so im going to assume you're being negative.
Essentially, the quicklaunch bar was a nice way to organise your most used applications, in a nice out of the way spot for easy access, the reason the quicklaunch bar was removed is because the new taskbar does the same thing, except does it in a much better way, you pin your most used programs to the taskbar, just like you would with the quicklaunch, but now instead of being off in its own little virtual world, if you want that program, you go to the same place every time, regardless of whether its open or not.

IMO, im glad to be rid of the quicklaunch bar, and I love the new taskbar.
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Old 01-08-10, 08:37 AM   #129
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All the engrish is hurting my brain
Ill try to ignore it, not quite sure what you ment namuk, I cant tell if you're being negative about the new win7 taskbar or positive, so im going to assume you're being negative.
Essentially, the quicklaunch bar was a nice way to organise your most used applications, in a nice out of the way spot for easy access, the reason the quicklaunch bar was removed is because the new taskbar does the same thing, except does it in a much better way, you pin your most used programs to the taskbar, just like you would with the quicklaunch, but now instead of being off in its own little virtual world, if you want that program, you go to the same place every time, regardless of whether its open or not.

IMO, im glad to be rid of the quicklaunch bar, and I love the new taskbar.
Yea, the new taskbar adds to the nice features of Win7. I really like it a lot.
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Old 01-08-10, 11:55 AM   #130
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Another way to put it, the old quicklaunch bar was kind of gay (the icons were like being kept off in the closet) and the new Win 7 taskbar keeps the icons out in the open, useful and proud like a normal heterosexual.
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Yea and we like good old hetro bars
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