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Posted 14 March 2007 - 05:59 AM

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Posted 14 March 2007 - 06:40 AM

who in the F would go back to xp??? so they can have lower quality video/audio? a less responsive system? wait a minute: they don't like new things/are following the (confused/misinformed) crowd? oh, i see, a "mac" user...

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Posted 14 March 2007 - 07:27 AM

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who in the F would go back to xp??? so they can have lower quality video/audio? a less responsive system?

LOL!...........a less responsive system?.........MO!!??.......come on!! XP has matured a great deal and is much much more responsive than Vista will ever be! You were using it not so long ago buddy?? but I guess all that 'eye candy' has clouded your mind a little :rofl:

Most peeps I know have tried Vista and are rapidly switching back to XP?? It's fact! Now maybe that will change with a few service packs? who knows? but it's just not happening with Vista ATM for most..........

I run it under VM and see nothing I like whatsoever so I'm very happy with what I have......but I keep it for 'testing purposes' LOL :lol:

My Audio and Video are excellent thx :shamrock:

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Posted 14 March 2007 - 11:38 AM

Why people dont simply keep XP as a second OS until Vista has those probs resolved in the next months ? I know some probs will remain, but most will be resolved, i hope !

I have Vista as my main OS in 4 rigs and evrything is going great, except a discontinued D-link hadware in one system... So its time to buy a new wireless card for this rig and and "keep walking".

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Posted 14 March 2007 - 04:00 PM

Vista freakin rocks. It is way faster then XP, I have xp installed has well but I bet I have used it for an hour in the last several months. That guy is a retard, can you take a video game back to the store if you don't like it? Heck no, what a freakin idiot!! Some people have no business buying a computer, let alone using one.

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Posted 14 March 2007 - 05:01 PM

View Postscaramonga, on Mar 14 2007, 12:27 AM, said:

LOL!...........a less responsive system?.........MO!!??.......come on!! XP has matured a great deal and is much much more responsive than Vista will ever be! You were using it not so long ago buddy?? but I guess all that 'eye candy' has clouded your mind a little :lol:

Most peeps I know have tried Vista and are rapidly switching back to XP?? It's fact! Now maybe that will change with a few service packs? who knows? but it's just not happening with Vista ATM for most..........

I run it under VM and see nothing I like whatsoever so I'm very happy with what I have......but I keep it for 'testing purposes' LOL ;)

My Audio and Video are excellent thx :rofl:
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View Postchriso_86, on Mar 14 2007, 09:00 AM, said:

Vista freakin rocks. It is way faster then XP, I have xp installed has well but I bet I have used it for an hour in the last several months. That guy is a retard, can you take a video game back to the store if you don't like it? Heck no, what a freakin idiot!! Some people have no business buying a computer, let alone using one.
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