Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 28th Jan 2006 16:50 UTC, submitted by Dr. No
Windows This is already a fairly old article, but I'm pretty confident it never made OSNews' front page. In this article, the author proves that Windows XP can be installed, and 'run', on processors with as little as 8MHz. "The target of this project was to find the weakest system where you can run Windows XP. Keep in mind, that Microsoft official requirements are a CPU with 233 MHz an 64 MB of RAM. But that had to be beaten!"
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RE[2]: Amazing
by valeri_ufo on Sat 28th Jan 2006 21:44 UTC in reply to "RE: Amazing"
valeri_ufo
Member since:
2005-07-06

No problem, GNOME/KDE versions from 1999 and XFree86 v3 ...

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RE[3]: Amazing
by Tom K on Sat 28th Jan 2006 22:25 in reply to "RE[2]: Amazing"
Tom K Member since:
2005-07-06

Typical tactic.

No, let's compare apples to apples, and oranges to oranges -- nice try though.

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RE[4]: Amazing
by jaboua on Sun 29th Jan 2006 10:25 in reply to "RE[3]: Amazing"
jaboua Member since:
2005-09-08

Since Windows XP was released in 2001, it would be a pretty fair test. To test the newest KDE/Gnome, you should rather compare it against Vista.

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RE[4]: Amazing
by bornagainenguin on Sun 29th Jan 2006 11:58 in reply to "RE[3]: Amazing"
bornagainenguin Member since:
2005-08-07

No he's comparing systems released from roughly within the same time period. These are apples and apples.

:P

--bornagainpenguin (who wonders how you like those apples?)

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