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Windows With Vista, Microsoft is addressing what's become a sad truth for most people: PCs run more slowly over time. Vista will automatically de-fragment hard disks, make better use of memory to more quickly load programs, and include a new performance control panel that will identify performance bottlenecks, according to the company. Elsewhere, ActiveWin hosts widescreen, high-res screenshots of Vista.
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RE[2]: worthless flames
by hyper on Mon 8th Aug 2005 19:14 UTC in reply to "RE: worthless flames"
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2005-06-29

I can deny that windows xp is the most advanced os for pcs right now.
See I just did.


and this means that you are clueless linux zealot ;)

seriously anyone saying microsoft should drop registry does not think. nt kernel depends on registry and there is nothing to replace it. text config file? haha, what a joke! i can imagine 2 megabytes large text file which is being modified and searched milion times per minute/hour/whatever.

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RE[3]: worthless flames
by on Mon 8th Aug 2005 20:14 in reply to "RE[2]: worthless flames"
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"and this means that you are clueless linux zealot ;)

seriously anyone saying microsoft should drop registry does not think. nt kernel depends on registry and there is nothing to replace it. text config file? haha, what a joke! i can imagine 2 megabytes large text file which is being modified and searched milion times per minute/hour/whatever."

Ahh i get it either
a) admit win xp is most advance OS for pcs
b) I am a clueless linux zealot

Yo dont even know what OS I support or use.
Look who is clueless and zealous now =D =D =D =D.


seriously thinking registries > text files. That also gave me a good laugh. text files can easily be rewritten and modified using GUI tools. and if you mess up, the application can simply generate another default text file.....instead of exploding like winXP.

Granted registries have their advantages i guess =/

I know im on windows turf and all that but I dont have to bend to your every will to disprove that I am zealous =D =D

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RE[4]: worthless flames
by hyper on Mon 8th Aug 2005 21:17 in reply to "RE[3]: worthless flames"
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2005-06-29

seriously thinking registries > text files. That also gave me a good laugh. text files can easily be rewritten and modified using GUI tools. and if you mess up, the application can simply generate another default text file.....instead of exploding like winXP.

now i really see you're clueless :]
i think you have heard what a database is, right? and maybe you even know what are diferences between databases and text files when you store data there. if you don't i will remind you: speed. the more data is stored, the bigger is speed difference.

now guess what: windows registry is a database. now think about the size of registry: yes, it is big.

btw windows kernel use registry to store its configuration and state. and it changes quite often. so think again - what good would text file be for this purpose? yea, you're right again - no good.

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