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Official - Windows 10 Worst Crap Ever!


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13 hours ago, Mr.Scienceman2000 said:

P.S your image is not showing up. Did you accidentally delete it?

 

12 hours ago, Hyper.nl said:

My image is a youtube video

 

Same here, @Mr.Scienceman2000.

LOT of folks here at MSFN like to post YouTube "content" and I always just get gigantic empty space because I do not allow YouTube content unless the domain I am on is YouTube.

So my Stylus kills the gigantic empty space and I just read on past it, "Not worth seeing if it's an embedded YouTube on a non-YouTube domain."

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@RanCorX2

what I said is w10 / w11 (aka w10 with new UI) it's getting slower with every new build

I have it tweaked, with all bloatware removed, with all possible tweaks and I use some w81 dll files on it, but you can compare yourself the Windows Interface score between w8, w81, w10 beta, w10 rtm, w10 AU and w10 19XX & 20XX and w11 on "PerformanceTest" utility and you will see each score (in Windows Interface option) lower than the previous (if you do it from older to newer windows version w8->w10->w11)

doesn't matter if you have tweaked all or if you disabled immersive shell (metro ui), it's not all bad, memory management of w10 it's better than w8 / 81 but GPU virtual VRAM pagination starting with WDDM 2.0 it's really a penalty.

w11 has some potential but the UI isn't optimized, I think it's time for a new "w2k3toworkstation" but with w11 server, of course cause you need to apply 1000 tweaks and when you have a good working OS, "voila" windows shows "new update KBXXXXX is pending install". The only reason to have these new OSes starting with Vista, is the use of RAM cache and better memory management and also better cpu resource management. But starting with w8.1 GPU vram management gets worse, but still a nice OS compared to w10.

w11 has potential, but for some reason they don't spend time optimizing the UI and adds tons of bloatware, icons, images, effects, transparencies, shadows, sounds, logon UI screens. 

w95,w98,wXP these were the good old days... Now we have an OS which is like a website.

Why don't MS enable registry keys to force WDDM version? or to disable VRAM pagination? or to disable some DWM functions? and why can't we disable these rounded borders? it's like windows xp without xp.

on the other hand automatic updates it's the worse thing you can put on an OS ... Windows was the best OS, I don't know what it will be if they don't allow us to -at least- disable windows update. 

 

It's like Vista again but now we have a very fast hardware: even the slower disk (Hdd) is running on a SATA3 port.

So... do you really think windows 98 flies on Pentium 150 or Pentium III 1000 Mhz and current windows versions on modern hardware are slow ?

 

once tweaked, w11 feels like w8.1 RTM when appeared but in nowadays hardware. Do you know what I mean? 

before the tweaks it's like Windows Vista SP0 on hardware designed for XP

so how it feels before tweaked? well it's like having 2 GB of Ram and HDD again and installing vista sp0 on it...

 

 

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1 hour ago, sonyu said:


It's like Vista again but now we have a very fast hardware: even the slower disk (Hdd) is running on a SATA3 port.

Windows Vista SP0 on hardware designed for XP

2 GB of Ram and HDD again and installing vista sp0 on it...

funny that someone pulls vista card on a table again when talking problems with Windows 11 or other new windows. I did run vista RTM back in day on 2.80ghz Pentium 4, Nvidia 6800gt and 1GB of ram. That hardware rolled out before Vista, but run Windows vista smoothly and only issue with ram was if I did too much multitasking. Startup was rather quick and programs were relatively responsive.

Also back in day most had 1gb of ram and 2gb started to be on newer notebooks. 4gb was what some hardcore games used and 8gb was on high end workstations for most parts. Even when Windows 7 came out many notebooks had 2gb ram still.

Also I can install Windows Vista into my Pentium 3 with 512mb RAM and it does not whine "you need TPM chip for no good reason or you cannot run this".  It is not most optimal, but with tweaking it can be made usable considering I made Windows XP working well on 260mhz Celeron.

1 hour ago, sonyu said:

So... do you really think windows 98 flies on Pentium 150 or Pentium III 1000 Mhz

yes it does. I even run Windows 98 on 486 with 32mb ram and was decent in performance despite heavy IE shell which could be solved with 98lite. I run Windows 98 day to day on 800mhz Pentium 3 and it flies.

1 hour ago, sonyu said:


current windows versions on modern hardware are slow ?

well higher resource usage by bloatware makes them slower. Sure there is kernel level performance improvement, but it is like fiat punto engine on truck, fails to get the job done

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3 minutes ago, sonyu said:

@Mr.Scienceman2000

Yes, w98 flies on these hardware. What I said is: why actual windows versions doesn't work faster than how w98 works in Pentium 150mhz, considering we have increased the hardware of these days x1000

:)

 

Ah. Minor misundersanding. And that is true. Software gets more bloated over time making point of better computing power worthless

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  • 2 months later...

I am getting an increasing amount of customers complaining about no signal HDMI to monitor after update from Microsoft?

I recently had one of these computers on test and found nothing wrong with the hardware after extensive tests...

I just turned off Microsoft installing drivers for hardware (which often doesn't work - but then again what does) and reinstalled the latest driver for graphics card from (in this case Nvidia). That seemed to fix the problem but it does get one down fixing things after Microsoft bungling things.....!!!

 

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