Windows Longhorn

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  • Earlier I looked and it was only 269 LOL
  • Hehe,, mine is like 170...
  • mine is

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    'click' click' click'
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    333MB/1125MB
  • mine is 255080/1164532
  • 116/1058 on 448MB of RAM.
  • hacked711 wrote:
    mine is 255080/1164532


    Yours is showing it in K, mine used M because I have more RAM than you lol
  • 208936/315144

    on 128MB
  • 339M / 1562M right now on 640MB
  • hacked711 wrote:
    mine is 255080/1164532


    Yours is showing it in K, mine used M because I have more RAM than you lol
    im running 2000 with 512 mb of memory.
    Xp was like 480/something
  • 275/1247 running XP on 512MB.
  • Heh, now it's 207/743 in Win2000 Pro..
  • 356M / 1562M


    If I didnt have a large cache it would probably be 256 or so.
  • Has anyone seen Longhorn screenshots? (and if they have, share them here)
  • I guess I could turn LH on and take some pics (I have it in classic mode, and I will not show you the ugly bad ram suckers.)
  • 188M / 925M

    -Q
  • My workstation reads:

    345/1024

    and my notebook says:

    156/256
  • James Babb wrote:
    My workstation reads:

    345/1024

    and my notebook says:

    156/256
    Heh, much difference!
  • Blue AND Silver are the best two, theyre even...

    i wonder if LH willl have the classic windows theme. it damn well better
  • If not you should be able to import it from XP, that or someone will make a 3rdparty version. But then again, if you disable the themes svc it should revert to something like Classic.

    -Q
  • i hope so, * keeps fingers crossed *
  • Q wrote:
    If not you should be able to import it from XP, that or someone will make a 3rdparty version. But then again, if you disable the themes svc it should revert to something like Classic.

    -Q

    Longhorn isn't going to have something simple like a "Themes Service". It's going to be using a 3D-accelerated UI, and the look of it will most likely be integrated into the OS itself (think OS X).
  • So, will you still be able to use standard GUI, not the 3D one?
  • You misunderstand. :P It's not going to be a 3D UI, it's going to be a 3D-accelerated UI. OS X is an example, though Longhorn will be much more advanced than OS X in that respect.

    If your hardware doesn't meet the specs for running the 3D-accelerated UI, Longhorn will revert to a less-immersive mode of operation (meaning no 3D acceleration I guess?). I'm not sure if it can be turned off completely in either case.
  • I like more classic 2d one.
  • well the LH alpha/betas (the most recent few are considered beta right?) all have the classic theme, so I'm sure it will carry on into the full version (the release date still somewhere in 2k8???).
  • Windows Longhorn has yet to reach the beta stage. The Latest build is 4074 Alpha.

    Richard
  • Slash wrote:
    I like more classic 2d one.

    You continue to ignore what I write. It's not going to be 3D. It's going to be 3D-accelerated. There's a distinct difference.
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