Quote: Originally Posted by clunkfish
Having watched the videos I can't see what the problem is. One millisecond delay? Three hundred milliseconds pass every time you blink; it's difficult to see that it's a problem and even more difficult to see that it's an "urgent" one. Sorry to be so negative but I think you are misinterpreting an Aero interface feature (non-linear temporal animation of a window close) as a bug.
I was in a computer shop and I tested Windows 7 on a notebook with Dualcore CPU, 4 GB RAM and a ATI Card with its own non-shared VRAM, so the notebook was not slow. The result: The opening/close lag is there. And it's exactly the same as on my desktop PC at home, the opening stutter was always there, the close lag was nearly always there. Rarely, the close lag seems to be skipped, because the close animation was "too" fast.
Intel, ATI, nvidia, it doesn't matter. The opening/close lag is there! And until I see a Windows 7 without opening/close stutter, I actually think, that there is not one single Windows 7 sytem around the world without this lag. I believe, that a lot of users just don't recognize the lag.
I think, everybody will see the Aero lag with the slow motion trick. I see no Aero lag in slow motion besides the open/close lag. I see consequentially no Aero lag in real time, but the open/close lag. And I think that when you see the Aero lag in slow motion, the lag is normally there in real time. Once again: Vista has no open/close Aero lag. Not in real time, not in slow motion, not while opening windows, not while closing windows. ” -Posted by MicOff on Monday, November 16, 2009 6:41 PM
So this proves its not me/my eyes. Have a look at this forum (which I took this post from):Aero Lag when opening and closing windows in Windows 7
See? Its Windows 7! And its foolish to turn to Vista for some reasons like this... Even though some people switched to Vista on seeing this.