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customizing irc in Opera is not so strait-forward, so never mind on that then ;)

but if still interested: Tools --> Mail And Chat --> fallow the steps. #ahk uses freenode

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OS = Windows ME ver 4.90



cant u use win xp atleast in your pc

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cant u use win xp atleast in your pc

You're referring to that ancient 10 year old operating system?

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OS = Windows ME ver 4.90

cant u use win xp atleast in your pc


She is using XP now... did you not see the update post? :)

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cant u use win xp atleast in your pc

As far as I know, Win XP have the minimum memory requirement of 128 MB, so I choose to use Windows ME.
Someone told me at the IRC, that there is a small and lightweight OS named Micro XP, created for low-end systems..

She is using XP now... did you not see the update post?

I wonder if my system could handle Windows Vista...
Yesterday I get a lot of windows explorer related error msg, and that's quite annoying (x_x')


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hah i run xp on one machine i use for storage with 64 mb so 128 is a very loose requirement
xp pro btw
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skip vista and goto Windows 7. although XP is quite fine. old, stable, functional, fast, good.

I myself have heard of XP running on systems with less then 64mb. don't remember where i saw it. might have been a modified version, might not.

btw, what errors, tomoe?

edit: my 700'th post

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yes definately skip vista go str8 to 7
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Hmhm Windows 7?
I'll give it a shot after the next payday =P

Emmh error msg about windows explorer crash, but it's not a problem because I know I use a pirated copy of WinXP... Original one is around $100-150

What OS do you use right now tank?


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all of them :)
winxp
vista ult
win7

the answer depends on the machine i am using
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You can run Windows XP on 32mb ram, done it before when XP first came out. Slow as hell, but will run. And as for Vista and Windows 7, both are new, and loaded with bugs still. Personally, I think Windows 7 should be considered Windows Vista SE. I still use Windows XP because it's a proven, stable system with nearly every problem in it fixed by Microsoft or by third party means, where Vista and 7 both have tons of problems still waiting to be found/fixed. Microsuck needs to learn the meaning behind the old saying "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."

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I agree... but does anyone remember how unstable XP was when it first came out? As usual, it was terrible until SP1 came out, and then it started having a better level of stability.

It seems Win7 has the potential to be good, but it's still a little wet behind the ears to beat XP in the stability stakes... :D

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I have never had any stability issues with win7 or winxp
and dont insult 7 by even saying its so similar to vista
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I wasn't! :D I was just saying that any stability issues it *may* have are only because it is so new... everyone I have spoken to about Win7 says "it's what Vista should have been"

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i said altleast xp
and not definitely xp