I wouldn't be buying any portables but will be looking at a new build sometime to see one of the new Phenom II X4s coming out soon go into it. But I'll say Happy and a Better New Year right back to you.
Me too. I think that the Macbook Air is probably going to be the next computer that i get... Hopefully though the price will drop just a tad! :lol: I'm looking forward to trying out Mac OS X...been previously using Windows and Linux (Ubuntu). I hear its GREAT!
Happy New Year, everyone, as well...though i know i'm a little late!
The 6.3ghz oc was something reported by the author of one review on the new line of Phenoms coming up soon. Just the stock speed alone tops the 2.6ghz seen on the fastest model presently out. That would be something here for the next work horse type build when going to upgrade again.
Here I tend to use an IE maximizer that will automatically open a new window in IE to max or full screen viewing. That helps when you open a link on a page. The only time I prefer small windows is when dumping the recycle bin or having two explorer windows open.
One thing seen on 7 in the MS promotional video is how two IE windows set side by side will automatically resize themselves to fit the screen rather then grabbing the sides on each to fit them manually. The presentation someone posted on YouTube shows an item being compared at amazon and another online vendor for price comparison.
REALLY?!!! :wtf: Man, that sucks! :ldown: So why did Apple not include the feature of maxing windows? seems odd that they didn't...:huh: So how small are the windows then, if not full-screen? do they at least show enough of the content in the apps to prevent having to horizantally scroll every time you want to view something?
That's a big drop in user compatibility in my opinion...:x I thought the objective of Mac OS X was to make it easier on users than Windows, not harder! :lol: