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Windows 7 64-bit by 2753Productions Windows 7 64-bit by 2753Productions
Well, had an interesting day or so, I have been building a new computer now for quite a few months (buying what I could here and there). Well the computer was pretty much complete, just a few more items to go when all of the sudden yesterday my old computer, which had been holding on by a wing and a prayer, decided to melt down for the final time yesterday :O_o:

Soooo... I had to make do with my not quite yet completed 'Super Computer' Darth :giggle: He is now up and operating, and I am starting the laborious job of re-loading everything :(

I managed to save MOST of my work, because over the past few weeks I have been methodically backing up my work to one of my secondary drives. Well - the Sten Machine gun, in being so new and still a WIP did NOT suffer such a fate :( It's gone :crying: so I am going to have to rebuild it :(

Well anyway, I now have Windows 7 64-bit *drools on keys* and I LOVE IT! OMG! This computer is so fast right now that I get wind burn just from sitting at the keyboard! :w00t: :thumbsup:
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2753Productions May 11, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you :D
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RdB1 May 4, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Hi scott I'm glad everything worked out on your new dream machine computer take care :clap:
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2753Productions May 5, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Amen - it totally rocks! :heart:
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Ingostan May 2, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice - great lighting :-) - Hmm my PC ought to run 64 bit but came installed with the 32 bit version :-(
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2753Productions May 3, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Well there are a few requirements in order to use the 64 bit architecture, but the benefits are great ;) Check these out:

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2753Productions May 1, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
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anarchyannie666 May 1, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
i run windows 7 ultimate 64 and i could see a huge difference to the old windows XP 64 pro
now i can fire up and sit down =D not fire up, go to the loo, make a coffee and then sit down :rofl:
as well as most programs work better especially 3d ;)
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2753Productions May 1, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Amen to that, this software boots up FAST! Of course building it myself and loading it myself I don't have all of the peripheral software JUNK that manufacturers put on bought computers ;)
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anarchyannie666 May 3, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
very true i will never ever again buy a ready made one. only lasted about 18 months until i was fed up with it. they use cheap junk and you can't find drivers when you change the OS etc.
so my newest was built from scratch and i'm very happy with it. has only what it needs. mind you because it was rather urgent i bought everything in one go. for the next upgrade i will buy what i can afford slowly :giggle:

needed a new laptop for when i visit my mum as the one that's there is about 7 years old and i can't do sod all with it. even playing games is a pain in the butt :roll: the one i had here was way too heavy. loved it though was a really good machine. never had problems.
so the new i bought was an Acer again and a bargain. but i spent 1 hour to uninstall all the crap that's on it extra :bored:
lovely machine though. quiet and cool. you could have a snooze on the keyboard :rofl:
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