Re: BlueScreen and then some
"Jsny05" <Jsny05@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Just recently bought a new laptop, with Vista premium on it. oh 5 days ive
> had it, Vista has BlueScreened on my TWICE!
> another little annoying thing is the little pop ups that ask if you wish
> continue. now lets thing about this, if i clicked on a program to run,
> then i
> want it to RUN. i dont want some little window that pops up and asks if i
> want to Continue or cancel. And also ive had problems while using Firefox.
> me it seems that Vista does not like firefox on account that it keeps
> that firefox has caused a problem (when it didnt) and that the only
> is to close it. now after repeated problems while using firefox and
> error messages, Vista has froze up and by that i mean the screen blinks
> and then comes back on with the Blue screen. Now the simple answer to this
> from most of you is to stop using firefox and to use internet explorer. I
> don't think so. I despise using explorer as i have encountered problems
> IE 7.
> So now MY SOLUTION to this whole problem is Goodbye Vista, and Hello again
> to XP! I never liked Vista from the get go when it was released on account
> it resembles Mac OSX A LOT! That and Vista is a resource hog. I have Dual
> AMD 64 bit processors and a gig of memory, and when i look at my task
> manager, i seem to be using more than half of the memory on this thing.
> And i
> Barely have a thing on here. First thing i killed was that Side Bar. That
> alone ate up alot of power.
> So that is about how i feel with Microsoft Vista.
Also, Vista manages memory differently from XP, it does tend to use more.
Although, like I said in other post, trim up the crap that may be starting
with Vista, it made a huge difference for me.
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