Microsoft Vista Slow Performance

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by Xerocomm, Dec 13, 2007.

  1. Xerocomm

    Pbb321 Guest

    Ok, I'm done with this.

    Bottom line, the posters before you and are the power users I were
    referring to. You know, the guys that you said were basically crazy for
    wanting computers with Corporeal Patronus's IDEAL _NOT_ REQUIRED
    configuration.

    When I say pretty experience, i was reffering to ultimate. Anyting will
    run better on a faster machine. I probably have a better vista
    experience than you just because my specs are higher, maybe, maybe not.

    Finally, you may be satisfied with your 1.6Ghz core 2 duo, but i'm
    barely satisfied wity my 2.6Ghz core 2 duo. As stated before, it just
    depends on what you're doing. I admit, i have high standards as 4 out of
    7 days of the week i'm using a computer with the equivelant of a 10GHz
    quad xeon with 64Gb of ram and 10.5TB of space.

    In closing, you may need your computer just for rutine stuff, me i need
    mine do no nothing short of walk on water.
     
    Pbb321, Dec 16, 2007
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  2. Xerocomm

    123 Guest

    empty your temp folder and your pre-fetch folder
     
    123, Dec 16, 2007
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  3. There is no fix for the performance degradation of Vista. Your best bet is
    to upgrade back to XP. What was MS thinking?
     
    karl mcgruber, Dec 17, 2007
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    Drew Guest

    You really don't know what you are talking about do you !!
     
    Drew, Jan 13, 2008
    #24
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    Mark Guest

    I suggest you upgrade to XP SP2 from vista. Vista is still in beta version
    and it seams that it will be for some time to come
     
    Mark, Feb 18, 2008
    #25
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    C.B. Guest

    Mark,

    Again, are you having trouble learning how to use Vista? You seem to be
    a rabid Vista hater.

    C.B.
     
    C.B., Feb 19, 2008
    #26
  7. If Vista wasn't such a resource PIG these discussions would not be happening.
    ANYTHING is better than Vista. I am a computer geek with a dozen different
    machines. The slowest machine is the newest, greatest hardware running VISTA.
    My son's machine which 1/2 the processors (each slower) is actually faster
    running XP than the Vista machine. If Micrsoft doesn;t fix the problem.
    Everyone will be on Macs. As a developer I use Microsoft all the time, but as
    a user all I care about is does it work. With the advent of Vista, Macs are
    clearly superior.
     
    Keith Williams, Mar 4, 2008
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