i want to get it on my new laptop so bad....but i know i'll be dissapointed...but on the other hand im gonna have 3g of ram and a ridiculous amount of space in it so i might try it cause i dont think theres any way it could be slow
windows sucks. i have a mac and i love it, get one.
ah nevermind that didnt make any sense
There is a reason why we get so addicted to skiing. I read that when people who are addicted to skiing go out on the slopes, their bodies release endorphins, which are the same endorphins that your body releases when you go out and smoke pot. You get addicted to that feeling of endorphins in your body. While I do not smoke, and do not plan on it, I do know that that feeling is one thing that I have become addicted to.
i upgraded my laptop in the first weekof it being out. its not really worth it ae its still just an operating system. I'd have to say the one good thing about it is that it can recover itself instead of freezing. I've never had to do a restart because it froze yet. It just takes a minute where the screen kinda greys over and then it restarts without actually restarting. thats really good. umm you probably want alot of ram in it, definitly over 1gb. if you're running it on a laptop and upgrading from xp be aware that not everything may be compatiable, like I can't run areo, windows movie maker, or the dvd software because apparently my video card isn't good enough, even though it meets the stated min specs. If you play alot of dvds I don't think vista is good. I've had problems with windows media player playing dvds its plays them uber slow, but I dot vlc media player and that runs ok. networking is a bitch to figgure out unless you're running anything other than xp on the other computers on your network. the new start menu takes a bit of getting used to but its all good once you've got it sorted. I would wait until sp2 ships, assuming there will be one in the near future
have had vista on the computer for awhile...i have to say i liked xp much better. If your computer is for serious gaming then vista is a no go, i advice you not to upgrade if this is so. It looks pretty but
If you are ordering a new comp then go for it. Chances are most new machines sold have adequate specs to run it efficiently. If you have a current machine with XP stick with it. Its good to have but not worth the extra expense or hasle of doing an upgrade
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