all there in windows xp
pirana6 wrote:network protocols?
all there in windows xp. and, honestly, anybody who calls UAC "security" doesn't know what he's talking about.security (Kernel Patch Protection, that memory location randomizer thing whos name i forget..., UAC, encryption)
that falls under "lack of support" category. nothing, except their own greed, prevented microsoft from releasing direct x 10+ and other stuff for xp.availability of architectures
all there - or could easily be implemented - in windows xp.availability of themes
how exactly is that a "fact"?the fact that an OS made 6 years after the other is going to be inherently better?
Last edited by Shahter (2013-10-08 09:29:45)
Shahter wrote:don't tell me what to do and i won't tell you where to stick your awesome advice.
this is not an argument and never was, because you... ummm... have no argument. you, nismo, and that there dude, keep stating stuff which is not true and assuming things about me you have no way of knowing. gtfo already.
_j5689_ wrote:I knew somebody was gonna have this argument with him again. Nismo and I did a while ago. He just stubbornly loves XP
So sick of this shit.
Tdog2007 wrote:normal version of win