Originally Posted by Silentbob343
Originally Posted by Splash-X
Vista requires a video card with at least 64mb of RAM dedicated to it (onboard works as long as it shares 64mb of ram).
This is why people are so quick to bash new OSs. I understand you may have installed a RC of Vista but unless you are given a full demo of the OS you wont understand all of its improvements and features.
For example, I bet you didn't know about the Low I/O "priority" given to tasks in Vista for performance. That is why the new search in Vista excells far past anything we've seen to date. The indexer runs as a Low I/O process (along with anti-virus software) so you can continue your tasks without these programs bogging down your work. They resume their load when you are no longer needing your CPU.
There are tons of features that make Vista the best OS to date but again, without seeing it in action (like a tech seminar) you wont know about most of them because they get lost in reviews and such.