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Windows 7: 7127 hitting the NG's

16 May 2009   #11
Sempie

Build 7229
 
 

slower on an asus eee 1000h the boot time went up from 63 seconds to 79 seconds , overall i think it is still the same


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16 May 2009   #12
Paul80

Windows7
 
 

Why is this not available through Microsoft ?
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16 May 2009   #13
nate42nd

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

The same reason all of the beta versions were not available through MS. They are just stepping stones on the way to RTM. MS want's what they know to be stable for release. They don't want to let us download stuff when programmers are trying to fix bugs. It's not much better....and faster? No I don't think so. I am running both on 2 different PCs with different specs but see no difference in speed. I have played with almost all beta builds. Placebo effect is all it is. Stick with the RC from MS.
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16 May 2009   #14
Chris123NT

Windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by nate42nd View Post
The same reason all of the beta versions were not available through MS. They are just stepping stones on the way to RTM. MS want's what they know to be stable for release. They don't want to let us download stuff when programmers are trying to fix bugs. It's not much better....and faster? No I don't think so. I am running both on 2 different PCs with different specs but see no difference in speed. I have played with almost all beta builds. Placebo effect is all it is. Stick with the RC from MS.
If people want to try new builds they are free to do so. Obviously you wish to stay with RC and that's fine, but don't turn people away from something. If they want to try it, let them.
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