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Windows still broken

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UAC still broken in Windows 7.

Foresight Linux is good

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Foresight is awesome, finally gave it a shot and it is now my main distro. I am running it on my desktop pc, which is an Intel E8500 with a Nvidia 7600gt graphics card. It runs fast and seems way faster than Ubuntu 8.10 did. The only extra I installed was the extra codecs for MP3 playback. Flash works great and doesnt have any flicker to it.

Warcraft runs better in Linux

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So they other day my wife decided to start playing World of Warcraft again. Thats fine since I still play and our accounts are still active. She has an HP DV5000t laptop with a dedicated Nvidia 7400 graphics card and 2gb of ram. The game has always played perfectly on the laptop even when I had to install Vista on it( I needed to learn how it works so I could fix the computers at my work).

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