Don't require driver signing for 64bit versions!
I second this! My motherboard is a bit old and there is no signed driver for the onboard LAN adapter. So I can't even use my LAN in 64-bit Windows.
It's weird because it gives me the option to install the driver even though it isn't signed, but the hardware won't run because the drivers aren't signed. How stupid is that? My hardware is gimped because Microsoft wants a signature. How about they let me, as an advanced setting for someone who understands the consequences, override the requirement for signed drivers so I can get my LAN to work.
My biggest complaint recently is the dismal file transfer speeds. It takes forever to copy/move files from one place to another! It shouldn't take 2 minutes to copy 50MB!
I may have been exaggerating the slowness a bit. Or I may have been talking about transferring over a LAN, or copying from out of a zipped archive, or from a USB thumbdrive or any combination of things that could cause it to go slow.
It seems that when I copy from drive to drive it goes at about 20MiB/s but when copying to a USB thumb drive, I get about 2-4 MiB/s transfer speeds. Which means copying over 6 GiB worth of data takes almost 20 minutes.
I could probably burn three 4.7 GiB DVDs in that same amount of time.
TeraCopy does seem to make a difference. Resulting in about 8-11 Mib/s transfer speeds to USB.
Thanks for letting me know about it.