- Hi, Just wanted to add some of my experience of Vista. I installed it on my main development machine as primary OS. It was slow to boot, and to work with. IMessage 1 of 11 , Aug 2, 2007View Source
Just wanted to add some of my experience of Vista. I installed it on my main development machine as primary OS. It was slow to boot, and to work with. I noticed even it takes sec in exploring local HD folders. At that time I have P4 2.4GHz with 1GB ram. There’re some incompatibilities with old applications and development tools and SDKs, such as S60 3rd Ed SDK did not compile release binaries.
So, if you’re going to use your machine for any type of development, you should stick to XP, as I did :D
I also get some hints about SP1 of Vista. i have plans to install Vista as secondary OS on my other partition so I can do some R’nD and get used to it.
// chall3ng3r //
Yep thanks everyone, I think I've decided what to do :)
From: FlashLite@yahoogroups.com [mailto:FlashLite@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of cisnky
Sent: Thursday, 2 August 2007 5:37 PM
Subject: Re: [FlashLite] OT : Windows Vista vs. XP
Not my question, but thanks for the comments guys. I've been contemplating the switch to Vista, but I'm going to stick with XP.
On 8/2/07, Weyert de Boer <wdb@...> wrote:
Yes, but the latest Tiger update 10.4.10 is dodgy too. I can't say it
fixed stuff for me, only added more problems. My external USB harddrive
is not accessible anymore, and it's seems to be slower. I am looking
forward to be at home in The Netherlands and reinstall MacOSX. Even
starting up my notebook already takes more then a minute before the grey
Apple icon disappears.
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