Originally Posted by Jenox
Yeah, 2GB of RAM is what you have. The whole point of this thread is that machines are being sold and marketed with 75% LESS memory then what they should have to run the OS stable and efficiently.
a resource hog. Surly with the community all suggesting this then it must be true.
The first time I myself used Vista I got a "Drive incompatibility with hardware, driver must end" or some relevant term. Although, the laptop I was using had a Core 2 Duo, 2GBs of DDR2 RAM, 80GB SATAII hard drive, X1300 mobility Radeon, yet, the hardware is "incompatible".
Vista never should have been designed at all. That and Microsoft projects it's next OS to be released within 2-4 years. So, happy spending $150-$300 on software that is buggy as hell, incompatible with a ton of software, incredibly demanding, and offers no real performance gains whatsoever.
But hey, if it runs fine for you then hell, I guess the other 95% of us are just wrong eh?
Lighten up buddy...........
I stated my opinions and experiences...........who the heck lit your fuse? Get over it ha?
Yes I have installed it on two different machines, one of which is 1 1/2 years old. They both work perfect..........not a single issue. Buggy as hell?........not in my experience.
You had a bad experience with it so it's a POS? Ha..........maybe it was an operator issue, no?
Marketing and selling machines that aren't up to the task isn't Microsoft's problem..........and you can't blame Vista for errors caused by hardware that isn't up to par. It's been well published what's needed to operate this OS........if you don't ante up then don't sit and complain.
BTW - Who said I paid a cent for the software? Assuming things now aren't we?
Two legitimate license for free..................using Vista Home premium and lovin' it!
Take a chill pill will ya...........