Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 8th Oct 2007 12:38 UTC
Graphics, User Interfaces Last week, Stardock released version 6 of WindowBlinds, their Windows skinning suite, which is the first version to include full support for Windows Vista. Stardock was kind enough to provide OSNews with a copy of WindowBlinds 6.0. Read on for some findings.
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RE[2]: more than elegance missing
by Yogurth on Mon 8th Oct 2007 13:50 UTC in reply to "RE: more than elegance missing"
Yogurth
Member since:
2005-07-20

All of the above mentioned are YES on my system. That should be part of proof You are looking for. WinXP Professional...and WB6 free managed to freeze XP to the reset button point.

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Adam S Member since:
2005-04-01

No one is doubting you experienced it, but how is one to know that it is a Windowblinds problem and not a problem with your system, or other software on it, or drivers, or something else entirely?

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OddFox Member since:
2005-10-05

Sounds like a driver problem, like most everyone else here who's actually using or used WB6 those issues you're having are quite isolated. No stability problems, no responsiveness issues, not even with the whiz-bang new flaming theme with that fire-breathing dragon in your start menu, and I've even got an ATI video card! I would expect issues from that at least. Maybe you should seek assistance with your problems from the people who make the application?

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Laurence Member since:
2007-03-26

"All of the above mentioned are YES on my system. That should be part of proof You are looking for. WinXP Professional...and WB6 free managed to freeze XP to the reset button point."


Windows XP crashed once when I inserted a CD - which is aparently "proof" that CDs are unstable ;-)

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Almafeta Member since:
2007-02-22

Windows XP crashed once when I inserted a CD - which is aparently "proof" that CDs are unstable ;-)


Was it a RIAA music CD, by any chance? I know they sometimes hide malicious code in their discs to try to prevent computers from playing them...

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Yogurth Member since:
2005-07-20

I guess uptime ranging from 30 days to 3 months should be a good pointer if there is something wrong with my system.

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