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#21 InlineSkate

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 02:59 AM

I am amazed to know that 200 different apps for mac even exits... wow.


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Yeah thats probably the reason they haven't hit 300 yet xD

#22 Villain

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 03:13 AM

Stress Test your Windows PC... see here...
http://www.winmatrix...showtopic=22311

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 04:19 AM

http://www.tomsguide...eview-1028.html

Go google

Leopard problems you'll find quite a few posts regarding issues with leopard.



An article from when Leopard was first released. Wow... That's your justification as to why it sucks? Should I go find articles from when Vista was released to "justify" why Vista "sucks?" That wouldn't be very fair, would it? It wouldn't represent how good either OS is today?

I've never had any crashes with leopard, Time Machine works great, and in the year and 3 months I've had my MBP, I've never once had a Kernel Panic.

In the same respect, since having Vista when it was first released, I've had 1 BSOD that was caused by drivers, 1 caused by an alpha program, which isn't bad at all. I have yet to have a BSOD that was Vista's fault.

Both OS's are great, and Snow Leopard and Windows 7 will only push the envelop further. Why do pricks such as yourself and Eye Pirate have to come into a thread and shit all over it? You guys take what would otherwise be an interesting thread (at least to me) and put it down the crapper. Is it practical to run 200 apps? Naw. It was just a little interesting test that doesn't really mean anything. Don't crap your pants over it not touting the holy goodness that is supposedly MS (which it's kind of ironic that so many people support MS, because judging by many of the comments I've seen from a few people, most of the MS supporters end up just pirating Windows).

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 04:58 AM




http://www.tomsguide...eview-1028.html

Go google

Leopard problems you'll find quite a few posts regarding issues with leopard.



An article from when Leopard was first released. Wow... That's your justification as to why it sucks? Should I go find articles from when Vista was released to "justify" why Vista "sucks?" That wouldn't be very fair, would it? It wouldn't represent how good either OS is today?

I've never had any crashes with leopard, Time Machine works great, and in the year and 3 months I've had my MBP, I've never once had a Kernel Panic.

In the same respect, since having Vista when it was first released, I've had 1 BSOD that was caused by drivers, 1 caused by an alpha program, which isn't bad at all. I have yet to have a BSOD that was Vista's fault.

Both OS's are great, and Snow Leopard and Windows 7 will only push the envelop further. Why do pricks such as yourself and Eye Pirate have to come into a thread and shit all over it? You guys take what would otherwise be an interesting thread (at least to me) and put it down the crapper. Is it practical to run 200 apps? Naw. It was just a little interesting test that doesn't really mean anything. Don't crap your pants over it not touting the holy goodness that is supposedly MS (which it's kind of ironic that so many people support MS, because judging by many of the comments I've seen from a few people, most of the MS supporters end up just pirating Windows).


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Posted 04 February 2009 - 07:02 AM





http://www.tomsguide...eview-1028.html

Go google

Leopard problems you'll find quite a few posts regarding issues with leopard.



An article from when Leopard was first released. Wow... That's your justification as to why it sucks? Should I go find articles from when Vista was released to "justify" why Vista "sucks?" That wouldn't be very fair, would it? It wouldn't represent how good either OS is today?

I've never had any crashes with leopard, Time Machine works great, and in the year and 3 months I've had my MBP, I've never once had a Kernel Panic.

In the same respect, since having Vista when it was first released, I've had 1 BSOD that was caused by drivers, 1 caused by an alpha program, which isn't bad at all. I have yet to have a BSOD that was Vista's fault.

Both OS's are great, and Snow Leopard and Windows 7 will only push the envelop further. Why do pricks such as yourself and Eye Pirate have to come into a thread and shit all over it? You guys take what would otherwise be an interesting thread (at least to me) and put it down the crapper. Is it practical to run 200 apps? Naw. It was just a little interesting test that doesn't really mean anything. Don't crap your pants over it not touting the holy goodness that is supposedly MS (which it's kind of ironic that so many people support MS, because judging by many of the comments I've seen from a few people, most of the MS supporters end up just pirating Windows).


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#26 Ju?

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 08:01 AM

My friend's MacPro runs on 16GB of RAM, so I'm sure he can beat that.

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 08:55 AM

anyone tried windows with alot of different apps?
(try downloading and installing the freewares list and run them all, to me i cant do it)

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 11:09 AM

anyone tried windows with alot of different apps?
(try downloading and installing the freewares list and run them all, to me i cant do it)

Well, basically one program can slow down your PC alot.

It's called a Virus. :lol:

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 01:09 PM




http://www.tomsguide...eview-1028.html

Go google

Leopard problems you'll find quite a few posts regarding issues with leopard.



An article from when Leopard was first released. Wow... That's your justification as to why it sucks? Should I go find articles from when Vista was released to "justify" why Vista "sucks?" That wouldn't be very fair, would it? It wouldn't represent how good either OS is today?

I've never had any crashes with leopard, Time Machine works great, and in the year and 3 months I've had my MBP, I've never once had a Kernel Panic.

In the same respect, since having Vista when it was first released, I've had 1 BSOD that was caused by drivers, 1 caused by an alpha program, which isn't bad at all. I have yet to have a BSOD that was Vista's fault.

Both OS's are great, and Snow Leopard and Windows 7 will only push the envelop further. Why do pricks such as yourself and Eye Pirate have to come into a thread and shit all over it? You guys take what would otherwise be an interesting thread (at least to me) and put it down the crapper. Is it practical to run 200 apps? Naw. It was just a little interesting test that doesn't really mean anything. Don't crap your pants over it not touting the holy goodness that is supposedly MS (which it's kind of ironic that so many people support MS, because judging by many of the comments I've seen from a few people, most of the MS supporters end up just pirating Windows).

An article from when Leopard was first released. Wow... That's your justification as to why it sucks? Should I go find articles from when Vista was released to "justify" why Vista "sucks?" That wouldn't be very fair, would it? It wouldn't represent how good either OS is today?

I've never had any crashes with leopard, Time Machine works great, and in the year and 3 months I've had my MBP, I've never once had a Kernel Panic.

In the same respect, since having Vista when it was first released, I've had 1 BSOD that was caused by drivers, 1 caused by an alpha program, which isn't bad at all. I have yet to have a BSOD that was Vista's fault.

Both OS's are great, and Snow Leopard and Windows 7 will only push the envelop further. Why do pricks such as yourself and Eye Pirate have to come into a thread and shit all over it? You guys take what would otherwise be an interesting thread (at least to me) and put it down the crapper. Is it practical to run 200 apps? Naw. It was just a little interesting test that doesn't really mean anything. Don't crap your pants over it not touting the holy goodness that is supposedly MS (which it's kind of ironic that so many people support MS, because judging by many of the comments I've seen from a few people, most of the MS supporters end up just pirating Windows).


Yeah that was before Apple fixed problems

And Vista's were before Microsoft fixed there's which they have.

So why is it okay for him to come off and say vista sucks?

Why am I getting yelled at when someone else started it?

Edited by InlineSkate, 04 February 2009 - 01:12 PM.


#30 darkredbbb

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 03:17 PM

Yeah that was before Apple fixed problems

And Vista's were before Microsoft fixed there's which they have.

So why is it okay for him to come off and say vista sucks?

Why am I getting yelled at when someone else started it?


wow seriously? lol
everyone, just stop trying to prove which OS is better.. it has really gotten pathetic. what works for you shouldn't necessarily work for everyone.

and to the ones saying "who the hell needs 200 Apps running?" well it is called a RECORD, it's just like saying "who the hell needs a 10 meters long sandwich" haha.

#31 Secured Tim

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 05:20 PM

Windows Vista Running 213 Apps :D
http://www.winmatrix...showtopic=22319

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