said someone posting a post at ut99.org .Carbon wrote:There's more to life than UT.
Irrelevant, I'm not playing any new game because new UT99 (with XCGE stuff) runs exactly as I wanted a few years ago and now finally I'm happy with it - a dream came true.Carbon wrote:XP lacks software compatibility, proper device/storage support, new game support - DX/Vulcan - 64 bit CPU support, security, updates, on and on...
All those PC operators (not noise makers only) knowing that accessing intensive a drive = SHORTER LIFE for that Drive + time consuming - perhaps a drive damaged ~= data loss (due to laziness for doing backups). For me, which I'M WORKING at UT related things I really don't need to mess with a SLOWER OS and NO GOOD DRIVERS - read again what I saw at OpenGL + movement, if this is the new tech at drivers, thanks but I'm OK and UP-To-DATE with what I have - read again <up-to-date>.Carbon wrote:who cares about this anymore? A 1TB HDD for less than $50 makes this a moot point.
Then why this debate is posted in a forum around a 16 years old game ?Carbon wrote:Arguing a 16 year-old software against a 1 year-old product just doesn't make sense.
The real question here is TOPIC'S TITLE.Carbon wrote:The real question here is choosing between 7, 8 or 10.
Here I'm coming with a "secret". Right now I can find all my required drivers in manufacturer's Web-Site - USA (perhaps underdeveloped indeed ). Read well, they Do Care about their customers but M$ seems to have another sort of policy and their goofing doesn't fascinating more people as you imagine. The logic is simple, if I have a perfect functional old rig with original manufacturer SUPPORT I really don't mess with newer NO Support or FAKE Drivers Support which others were happily spreading.Carbon wrote:zombie machines serving automated functions in dark backrooms of institutions or underdeveloped countries.
Hellkeeper wrote:All this discussion about XP, 7, 10, a bit of 8.1, and here I am running Vista...
memsys wrote:One thing to keep in mind is that with windows 10 microsoft is basically keeping track of EVERYTHING you do on your pc and they have the power do uninstall programs whenever they feel like it.
rjmno1 wrote:Hellkeeper wrote:All this discussion about XP, 7, 10, a bit of 8.1, and here I am running Vista...
some people mark vista as a bad operating system, but if you have a Original copy it just runs fine imo.
Its not that bad some people are saying.If ut 99 runs on it its just fine.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest