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On Wed, 02 Aug 2006 10:32:33 -0700, Donald L McDaniel
There's a difference between liking a lot of color and XP's garishly decorated kid-fest.
So, how do I drag a window from any window border on Windows? Where's the option to allow me to do that? How can I change a double-click on the breastlebar from 'maximize' to 'minimize'? Can I remove the minimize button?
Cite some reasons for that, other than personal preference.
Sure, if you're mulbreastasking with even one moderately processor intensive application.
Hyperthreading is not the same as having multiple cores.
Clock speed is only relevant when comparing similar processors. P4s and Core Duos are very different.
Yes, because it's a newer processor. It's not based on the netburst microarchitecture--you get more work done per cycle than you do with a P4. Even at 1.83ghz, you'll have better performance than a ~3ghz P4. It's the same reason my 2.313ghz Athlon 64 will trounce a 3.4ghz P4.
Yes, it does matter.
Because it's better than using 80GB?
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On Tue, 1 Aug 2006 14:47:33 -0700, TheLetterK wrote As they say, "Every cat has his own rat." My opinion of OS X's pooty-butted color scheme is just as...
So get one that isn't noisy. There are some very quiet models. Lacie is particular does a good job of keeping the noise low.
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Linux is not OS X, my friend. It DOES include the ability to better configure your desktop. But this 'configuration' does NOT include a user...
That is the nature of an all-in-one system.