Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Mitchj, Jun 26, 2007.
Not really very successful is it.
I'll take that bloggers word for it.
jesus christ, just stfu you fag.
I'm still going to buy it this fall when it's 10 bucks at my school
vista > xp
unless you have an old pos
Someone else finding everything wrong (for their needs) in a product doesn't make it crap.
I used to hate the hype for vista and didn't install until two weeks ago. Now I wish I installed earlier. This shit works and all the features are tweaked nicely.
Now I am assuming you made this thread because you are an OSX fan. Please play shadowrun or any recent blockbuster title on OSX and reply with your results.
I love how 90% of the vista haters have never even touched it.
I don't think its a horrible piece of garbage OS but I do think its lacking for what it should of been.
because computers are built for video games
he is a macrider
Do you dual boot for the ultimate irony?
games drive the technology more than anything
been using it for 7 months, I LOVE it. Not much anyone can say to me that will change my personal experience.
A have a Vista running core 2 duo desktop, and a OSX running Macbook.
I much prefer the OSX environment
iv been running vista since december on my box thats almost 4 years old with zero problems.
p4 northwood, 2gb ram and a new x1650 (piece of shit) video card
I went back from Vista to XP Pro SP2. It looked pretty but lacking functionality.
And why do you have a vista laptop, then?
what did it lack?
i don't have a vista laptop.
I, along with the majority of the world use their comps for gaming. It is still the #1 platform for gaming in the world.
And yes...... the majority of mid/high end comps are built with the expectation for being able to game and view media.
btw, I would install linux before I touched OSX.
I have XP on my Core 2 duo macbook and Core Duo iMac
I don't want to go through the hassle of pirating Vista, so I'll just wait for the cheaper school version
I've used it at work for two weeks now, it certainly does have its annoying quirks and some seriously random system crashes/errors, but mostly it works fine.
Still a feature or two missing on the administrative side though.
One program required to access through a company's firewall. It's only available for XP 32-bit, no Vista release was made. It's critical that I need this program to work.
Im working and reading quickly
Why do you have a windows o/s if mac can do it all?
Surprise surprise...MS get internet flamed for the release of thier new OS.
Have you played with longhorn?