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Windows 7: Build 7100 x64 multitask (video)

09 Jun 2009   #1
foo9883

Windows 7 Build 7100x64
 
 
Build 7100 x64 multitask (video)

I had been using xp until recenty i hear all these news about windows 7 on many websites so i decided to make the switch. So far i'm very happy with the decision! In xp i tried to run only half of the programs and my com just hanged and i had to force restart. Very happy with windows 7 as it did the job well. List of programs ran is at the video's link.

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMYaqj9RSIo"]YouTube - Windows 7 Build 7100x64 multitask[/ame]


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10 Jun 2009   #2
icenine

Windows 7 X64 Build 7100
 
 

there is NO way in hell you ever need THAT many applications open at once. lol.
but good job
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12 Jun 2009   #3
senseless1707

Windows 7 Ultimate x86, Windows 7 Professional x64, Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

wow, now that is a lot of programs open at once! sweet demonstration
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12 Jun 2009   #4
NEXT14

 

Nice one.
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12 Jun 2009   #5
Firestrider

Linux (Debian, Android)
 
 

Lol, you will probably need at least 8 GB of memory for all those applications to run smoothly. I'm surprised you got all that running relatively smoothly with 4 GB.

Starting all those programs with a script and a fast SSD would be awesome :)
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12 Jun 2009   #6
foo9883

Windows 7 Build 7100x64
 
 

I didn't actually use the programs though. Just switching from one to another that's why it managed to run ok with 4GB of ram. Ouch SSD.. So expensive.. I'll rather upgrade my graphics card or buy more ram with that money haha.
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