Originally Posted by PR-0927
Haha, I too have a high-powered rig at home, and a typical laptop. Nonetheless, I hate netbooks. Lame excuses for laptops. I don't care how portable and cheap they are, they suck.
There is a time and a place for performance and a time and a place for simplicity and portability. Now I can cover both fields. On the other hand, can your laptop take up less space than a hard-cover text book?
Originally Posted by Ray Jones
So he can hate it.
Because I don't have problems with it on my Netbook. Besides, the XP install was bloated and ugly as hell... And when I see THIS
, an emotional wash of bad memories wash over me.
Oh, that and I did it for kicks, having to use a thumb drive to do it for the lulz.
I no longer understand the Vista haters anymore. I mean, the first year sucked all to hell with incompatibility issues and all, and I certainly experienced them firsthand, but now it's a solid platform in my opinion. The UI over XP is worth small hit in performance... you know, from crappy-underpowered with XP to underpowered-crap with Vista (on a Netbook).
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