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On that note, Chris has not had a bad thing to say about his trials with Vista, but then again, nobody asked him to pony up $250 of his hard earned NoScript). Windows Vista = Suckage? Ok Big J, What ever you say.. http://upxpress.net/windows-vista/windows-vista-lost-vista-os-need-someone-to-help.php

Loading... A lot of the information being sent Microsoft's way is also quite insignificant. The Apache, Jul 2, 2006 #13 Valandil Joined: Jun 29, 2006 Messages: 61 Didn`t Bill Gates say one time that he didn`t think anyone would ever need over 1MB of memory? Loading Facebook Comments ...

Most of them haven't worked for a long time. Solution I'll do a "clean install" which means formatting my system volume and then installing the 64 bit version of Vista from scratch. As for the other complaints, I haven't noticed any problems running 32-bit apps. Jun 29th, 2010 Advertisement No comments.

  • Reply Quote 0 Replies: 3 T TDC last edited by @Welbog said:Another thing I love to bits is how it automatically updates but doesn't tell me about it until I'm restarting.
  • This time, I caught the window with space and it must have had some "Restart now" button in there.
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  • There's no way to do an in place upgrade of the 64bit version of Windows Vista from a 32bit version even though Vista can run all the applications (or at least
  • Another thing I love to bits is how it automatically updates but doesn't tell me about it until I'm restarting.

Chris Morley is working on a Vista article of our own and seeing just how “Vista Ready” some of our recently evaluated PCs are. Those people who are using Windows XP right now have no real motivating reason to upgrade; short of being able to play with "Gadgets" and other frivolous crap. Loading... Sign in to make your opinion count.

Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, and Windows Millennium Edition Support ends on July 11, 2006 Last Reviewed by Microsoft on Feb. 13, 2006 QUOTE Final customer notification about the end Reply Quote 0 Replies: 0 M MarcB last edited by By replicated, I mean... Total Suckage Home About Tech Suckage Political Suckage Corporate Suckage Scams Just Suckage Conspiracy Culture Suckage Home Posts Tagged "Windows Vista" Windows 7 Upgrades… Why, Microsoft, Why? https://codeutopia.net/blog/2008/04/21/windows-vista-privacy-issues-and-suckage/ Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next > As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!

Kokkie Blanda 107 views 3:58 Testing Creative Vado HD in my car :) - Duration: 1:38. All rights reserved. I wanted to do this because my Vista system was becoming unstable over time and because I wanted to be able to use 4 GB+ of RAM. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

Which of these is actually something that you would not want to get updated relatively automatically?

I click on it, select the updates I want, agree to never be asked again about the ones I didn't want, and then it downloads them. And, most things that you need, work in that environment, such as the internet. Not!

Ok, so starting from the top - your IP address is going to be sent to Microsoft. Check This Out Some even say you should skip Vista completely, seeing how Windows 7 "will" be released in 2009. Microsoft is providing final notifications to customers to end the extended security update support for these products. Subscribe to Adrants Daily and receive the daily contents of this site each day along with free whitepapers.

Leave a Reply You must be logged in to post a comment. This also includes security updates. The estimate they give you is "a few hours to a few days". http://upxpress.net/windows-vista/windows-vista-new-and-windows-vista-old-what-a-mess.php Rockn, Jun 29, 2006 #2 CarlssonMB Joined: Oct 30, 2004 Messages: 809 Thats exactly what they are doing, gamers are getting screwed, DirectX 10 will only be compatible with Vista.

Josh Tintner 1,535 views 4:41 Creative Vado HD Pocket Video Camera - Duration: 3:42. It works spectacularly well and has the advantage that the notification can go to a different host (unlike most Windows servers, where when you go and look at the console you CodeUtopia Navigation Home Blog About Contact Search Home Blog About Contact Search Windows Vista privacy issues and suckage Tags: "Windows Vista steals your information." "Windows Vista does not work." This is

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wearecreativelabs 22,634 views 3:50 A Car Show (In Vado HD) Hosted By United Stylez Car Club - Duration: 4:48. I didn't know that I could set it back to the XP way, and I'm going to look into that as soon as I get home. Please note: Comment moderation is currently enabled so there will be a delay between when you post your comment and when it shows up. Any website you visit could do that.

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Valandil, Jul 3, 2006 #14 Big-K Joined: Nov 22, 2003 Messages: 6,052 It was 640kb. Reply Quote 0 Replies: 1 dhromed last edited by @Gir said:I've noticed two good things about vista. Then there are things like this: codecs, certificates, DRM, online services. Reply Quote 0 Replies: 0 K KenW last edited by @Ice^^Heat said:But why does UAC popup everytime I want to start a perfectly harmless program???Probably because your "perfectly harmless program" is doing

The nav bar along the top is basically a flattened view of the folder list on the left. Reply Quote 0 Replies: 1 M Mal1024 last edited by Vista has built-in DRM. And the experts agree Issue #2: Privacy concerns Vista is going to tell Microsoft everything you do!