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They barely make any difference on games that are designed properly, my SSD runs pretty much for fast booting and Windows stuff, I store most of my programs on an HDD because they just load into memory anyway.
I guarantee Microsoft wrote Respawn a huge check to make Titanfall a flagship game on the Xbox One / PC and keep it off of the PS4.
Ahh so the non-retarded part of the state.Makes sense, that part of the state is the only part that's even close to the 21st century.If you can get WOW though definitely go for it. Way better than Comcast or ATT in general.
I have WOW's 50/5 connection up here in's pretty great.From what I gather their customer service is really good though although my roommates deal with them more than I do.EDIT: Where in the hell is WOW's territory in South Carolina? I lived in Greenville SC for years and the only thing I had was ATT and Charter.
OK I run a 8320 bone stock, stock cooling and everything, with a 6950 unlocked to a 6970 with 16GB of ram. Windows 8/8.1 has a major issue with BF4 in combination with AMD processors or GPUs... I don't know what it is but if you look around there are people reporting issues with memory leaks. The game runs fantastic for me, however randomly what can happen (I think it's related to battlescreen, only time I've really noticed it happening a lot) is the memory usage on...
They already do this.Pretty much every Linux Distro uses the same frameworks, it's the Window Manager and Desktop Manager that change, and that's where you see most of the appearance differences.They all for the most part use X Windows for the basic window management stuff, from there there's more layered on.
Unity and Gnome 3 both have no traditional start menu, they have launcher panels that you type what you want and it gives it to you.OSX has no start menu counterpart, it has Finder + the dock. The taskbar changes based on the application (Unity works like this as well).
But they haven't, and Windows 8/8.1 isn't a clean cut from previous versions of Windows, so you're throwing out conspiracy theories.They might do that with Windows 9, might not, guess what it doesn't matter until they announce it or something. At that point we can groan.Right now Windows 8 is solid.
I don't use desktop icons either and I'm on 8.1I use the start screen like a launcher, everything else I don't have pinned I have the search bar for, so I can just type to get where I want.With 8.1 you can rename the sections for each set of tiles, so you can kind of separate them based on function and label the sections. It helps organize everything if you have a buttload of stuff installed.I don't use any of the metro live tile things, all of my start screen shortcuts...
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