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Post New Requests Here / Re: DONE: Drive space monitor
« on: January 02, 2008, 02:46 PM »
Or you could use i.Disk:

I don't think you can compare Vista and Leopard, because Leopard is so different. Sure it has some bugs (note: I don't have Leopard) but all OS's have bugs in it. When XP came out, it had several bugs. When Tiger came out, it had several bugs. When Windows 1.0 came out, it had bugs. Even programs like MCAfee have bugs in the initial version. Bugs are very normal because there is hardly any program without bugs. Just wait til' a SP comes out and you'll see a lot of improvement. After SP 2 for XP came out, it was really good. After Tiger 10.4.1 came out, it was much better than 10.4, right?

But still, you can't compare them because Vista is totally different than Leopard. I mean: how do you control Leopard? Not the same way as Vista, right? Because Vista doesn't work the same as Leopard ;)

Living Room / Re: Laptop or Desktop — which are you?
« on: December 02, 2007, 07:37 AM »
I don't really know why I preffered a laptop but it sure does good work. I have 2 laptops, the second one is just a few days old :P

Laptop 1:

Packard Bell EasyNote ...
60 GB Harddisk
64 MB Videocard from S3
15.4 Inch screen from S3
1.5 GHz Processor

Windows XP was installed but the computer crashed. That's why I bought a new one. I'm trying to install other OS's, but none of them please me at the moment ;)

Laptop 2:

Compaq Presario V6640ED
2 GB DDR2 SRAM (2 Dimm)
250 GB Harddisk
LightScribe Super Multi 8x dvd/rw-drive with double layer support
Lithium-ion accu
HP Remote Control (for Windows Media Center)
nVidia GeForce 7150M with shared videomemory (559 MB)
AMD Athlon 64 Moblie Technology TK-55 and 512 KB L2-cache (1.8 GHz)
15.4 Inch WideScreen
802.11b/g WLAN
5-in-1 Card Reader

This one has Windows Vista Home Premium installed.

For leaktesting I use Leaktest from GRC. The Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer is also a good shot, but it eats waaaay too much CPU.

I use the Windows Start Menu (classic version) sometimes, but the thing I use most is Stardock ObjectDock, I use the Plus-version with the tabs. It's waaay better than the Start Menu 8).

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