Windows RG

Take a look at Windows RG (Real Good Version):

http://www.deanliou.com/WinRG/winrg.htm

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Oh so true:bigsmile: :bigsmile:

damn thats been around for years.

lol it was cathartic to see clippy die :bigsmile:

Problem was, it wasn’t evil enough - I suppose because in actual fact that was doing what it was supposed to in a repeatable consistent way. Whereas we know windows…:eek:

Query while on this subject:
What exactly are the benefits of windows xp? As far as I can tell, you have to pay every time you do anything, it’s just as crashy as ever, and essentially doesn’t do anything different to w98. Are there lots of XP advocates here? As you can tell I have not bothered with it. NB we are talking about personal computer use here, not trying to administrate a secure home network.

It’s waaaaaaay better than W98. XP rarely chrashes, W98 does it all the time.

Same here. I ve had 4 crashes in the last year or so. I used to have more than that on a daily basis with Me.
What really sucks is the driver incompatabilities, but there are workarounds.

Windows NT/2000/XP are wayyyy better than any other older version.

wrt 2000 vs XP, I personally prefer 2000 professional over Windows XP for several reasons:

  • It runs faster on systems with lower RAM (256 MB is OK)
  • It has no jazzed up ‘skinned’ GUI
  • There’s nothing that WinXP can run which Win2K can’t :slight_smile: (Application wise)

And many more I can’t remember now :stuck_out_tongue:

However I must admit that Win2K does crash - but this is mostly due to 3rd party drivers, as Hemispasm says - than the OS kernel itself.