Are you on XP or Vista/7?

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Post » Thu Feb 10, 2011 8:10 pm

Same as Deadeyes story. I once lived in my little castle thinking that XP was the only reliable
solution. Vista was just some kind of betatest ;)
Im a freelancer and since I had to include sculpting high resolution meshes into my pipeline
to keep up with the tech switching to 64bit was a must. And using just 4GB out of my 32GB was
NOT an option! :)
Win7 64 is just rocksolid and with a little customisation magic this is my new castle.
Its bigger its better and has a lot more knights to fend of those big nasty meshmonsters.
What I cant let go is my organized classic start menu ;) I just use the classic startmenu app for win7.

To quote the grandfather of soul: "I feel good..."

Greetings
Soulsliver
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Post » Thu Feb 10, 2011 10:14 pm

Still using the same version since I purchased my pc, Windows XP.
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Post » Sat Feb 12, 2011 1:56 am

My PC is old that why i must use XP for long time until i have enought money to buy new. But it seem a far future.

And my english is very bad. I'm sry. :(
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Post » Mon Feb 21, 2011 5:09 am

i use windows 7 ultimate 64bit
for those of you who are too chicken to get windows 7 know this
before i was adamant about sticking with xp, then i used win 7 at school
i loved it, i quickly installed it on MY old computer (2003 intel celeron D 2.6GHZ processor)
and much to my amazement it actually ran FASTER with windows7!!!!!!!!
not to mention i have had less problems with windows 7 then with win XP

windows 7 and vista are almost NOTHING alike
if you were disappointed with vista you will be thrilled with windows 7
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Post » Mon Feb 21, 2011 6:02 am

Vista 32 here
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Post » Tue Feb 22, 2011 1:20 am

win 7 64bit pro with Xp virtualized for compatibility issues
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