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    Vista Ultimate-64 bit
    Intel Core 2 Duo T7300 2.0ghz
    2 GB Ram
    NVidia GeForce 8400 GS 128mb dedicated memory

    Btw, I love Vista's snipping tool.
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    (Original post by .Andrew.)
    Only thing is, if you go enable more features, the computer will run like crap, and most likely crash. too much for it to cope, which is why they are disabled in the first place.

    Anyway, more hassle then it's worth.
    yeh exactly
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    sam2k ur screen looks really cack... or is that just the pic quality?
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    (Original post by alkaeda)
    sam2k ur screen looks really cack... or is that just the pic quality?
    He saved it as a GIF rather than a JPEG.
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    (Original post by Sam2k)
    Btw, I love Vista's snipping tool.
    Me too! I've had to use a third-party program for this in the past, but Vista's tool does the job very nicely!
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    I've given up on Vista and just try XP Professional now, much better to use in my opinion.
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    (Original post by Illusionary)
    Me too! I've had to use a third-party program for this in the past, but Vista's tool does the job very nicely!
    what is this? i bet my computer does it better :p:
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    Tis a cross between print screen and the crop feature from photoshop. You can annotate it, and do all sorts of fun things Nothing more than a time saver to be honest.
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    (Original post by Forté)
    Tis a cross between print screen and the crop feature from photoshop. You can annotate it, and do all sorts of fun things Nothing more than a time saver to be honest.
    ahh i see. for me it's windows key + mouse click and drag to print a section of the screen; alt+ print screen to get the current window only and of course print screen, but they pop up in a dialog box asking if you'd like to save them, which is better than just pasting them to the clipboard. i'm not sure if vista has improved that over xp
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    My score is completely let down by the Gaming Graphics score which is 3
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    my new laptop :p:

    Processor : 4.8
    Memory (RAM): 4.8
    Graphics: 3.5
    Gaming Graphics: 4,6
    Primary hard disk: 4.7

    not bad
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    Processor: 5.4
    Memory: 4.8
    Graphics: 5.9
    Gaming Graphics: 5.9
    Primary Hard Disc: 5.9

    E4300 @ 3.2Ghz
    4GB DDR2 (If I had only 2GB that'll do 520MHz, that should do 5.9, it likes more bandwidth.)
    7900GT 640/860, voltmodded
    2x250GB SATA RAID0
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    Processor: 4.9
    Memory: 4.8
    Graphics: 4.7:
    Gaming Graphics: 5.1
    Primary Hard disk: 4.7

    T7300
    2gb ram
    5400rpm hdd
    256m 8600m gt graphics
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    (Original post by Choad)
    ahh i see. for me it's windows key + mouse click and drag to print a section of the screen; alt+ print screen to get the current window only and of course print screen, but they pop up in a dialog box asking if you'd like to save them, which is better than just pasting them to the clipboard. i'm not sure if vista has improved that over xp
    oooh, thats pretty clever.
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    Processor: 5.9
    Memory: 5.6
    Graphics: 5.9
    Gaming Graphics: 5.9
    Primary Hard disk: 5.9

    Q6600 @ 3.2ghz
    2gb (2*1gb)xms2 6400 c4 @800mhz (4-4-4-12)
    BFG 8800gts OC 320mb
    2x WD 320gb hdd in raid0
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    (Original post by alkaeda)
    How to find out : start-->Computer-->System Properties-->Windows Experience Index-->Update My Score

    4.8 on my laptop

    Processor : 5.2
    Memory (RAM): 4.8
    Graphics: 5.5
    Gaming Graphics: 5.4
    Primary hard disk: 4.8


    Specs =

    C2D T7500 Processor 2.2GHz,
    Windows Vista® Business
    17.0" Widescreen WUXGA TFT Display
    2.0 megapixel webcam
    2048MB 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM
    160GB (5400RPM) SATA Hard Drive
    256MB nVidia® GeForce® 8600M GT
    8X DVD+/-RW Drive
    Primary 9-cell Battery
    Is that the Inspiron 1720?
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    (Original post by mc_watson87)
    Is that the Inspiron 1720?
    vostro 1700, but inspiron 1720 is pretty much the same machine with a different colour
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    CPU: 5.9
    Memory: 5.4
    Graphics: 4.4
    Gaming: 4.2
    Hard Disk Speeds: 5.9

    Asus P5KC, Intel Q9550, 4GB cheapo corsair memory in single channel, Gforce 7300GT
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    I've got 4.8... Will post exact things later
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    (Original post by Martyn1989)
    Martyn wins :p:



    Core2Quad Q6600,
    4GB PC2 6400 RAM,
    nVidia 8800 GTS 640MB,
    I cannot believe I posted that over a year ago :eek:

    Time flies.
 
 
 
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