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sleepsleep



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about to start Smile

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p92QfWOw88I

nothing special so far, hope it got some "breakthrough" ideas.
Post 02 Jun 2011, 15:39
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Enko



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sleepsleep wrote:
about to start Smile

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p92QfWOw88I

nothing special so far, hope it got some "breakthrough" ideas.

Looks preaty much like an os disigned for an tablete pc, iOS4, andriod, etc...

Not becouse of the touchscreen, I guess you can still use the mouse, but the interface is like an iPad.

By the way... don-t you think that a touchscreen monitor on a desktop pc is quite a hard task to use? You have to have your arms up in the air all the time
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Enko wrote:

By the way... don-t you think that a touchscreen monitor on a desktop pc is quite a hard task to use? You have to have your arms up in the air all the time


i actually felt touchscreen is just a transition, it won't stays long, i prefer wearable computing + 3D eye tracking

3D eye tracking UI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SImOIMcMlk

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wearable_computer
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Hmm... I'll just get an iPad instead :p

Seriously though, I'm glad we have open source alternatives that we can hack on. Smile
Post 03 Jun 2011, 10:31
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Enko



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Enko
sleepsleep wrote:
Enko wrote:

By the way... don-t you think that a touchscreen monitor on a desktop pc is quite a hard task to use? You have to have your arms up in the air all the time


i actually felt touchscreen is just a transition, it won't stays long, i prefer wearable computing + 3D eye tracking

3D eye tracking UI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SImOIMcMlk

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wearable_computer


I Find more confortable the matrix chair:

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Post 03 Jun 2011, 13:24
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ctl3d32



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I know kung-fu.
Post 03 Jun 2011, 13:27
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ManOfSteel



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ctl3d32 wrote:
I know kung-fu.

Then you're not qualified for the Matrix Chair position. You must know Ju-Jitsu or be trying to learn to fly a Bell 212. I'm so sorry. But thank you for your application!
Post 03 Jun 2011, 16:49
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i know hapkido and i can turn a stone into bread.
Post 03 Jun 2011, 17:37
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)) at start thread was about Mustdie 8, now its about kungfu))
in video it really looks like shitty tablet os!
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sleepsleep
example of how a thread shifting from original title to some kungfu stuffs... lol

back to topic, anyone seriously tried it? alpha or beta access or msdn subscriber? after all, it is from microsoft, it would becomes universal accessible after 2012
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What about PC gaming. Windows touch... Does not sound good to me. IE 10 WTF ? LOL Very Happy

With Microsoft being at such a high successful level, the GUI is shit.

The Apple OS-X GUI is good looking compared to this. Very Happy
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apple(r) visata 7 (tm) GUI style is a pandemy. it will kill our childrens and fuck our cats.

too much shades and graphical effects everywhere, for nothing. just bloat everything just to click on a button. but who cares, CPU are so fast now, they can compute useless bloat without problem, if the client don't have a machine fast enough for this, he should buy a new one.

that's what think guilty developpers.
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ctl3d32



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edfed wrote:
apple(r) visata 7 (tm) GUI style is a pandemy. it will kill our childrens and fuck our cats.

too much shades and graphical effects everywhere, for nothing. just bloat everything just to click on a button. but who cares, CPU are so fast now, they can compute useless bloat without problem, if the client don't have a machine fast enough for this, he should buy a new one.

that's what think guilty developpers.


Thumbs up!
Post 05 Jun 2011, 16:06
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ctl3d32



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Things that i wish windows 8+ to have:

- A new kernel without bloats and written in asm to reduce size, memory usage and increase speed;
- No visual bloats;
- Run extremely well on low-end PCs;
- A new API for easier and faster programming, all in asm;
- Break native compatibility with prior windows versions apps;
- Make prior windows apps compatible through a virtual machine;
- Apps should be installed inside layers, leaving windows registry and file system untouched. Deleting an app deletes the layer, leaving no footprints;
- No more windows registry, if possible.

Who knows? Smile
Post 05 Jun 2011, 16:36
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Artlav



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Nvidia, make new drivers for XP!
That's the problem with new Windowses - older ones get forgotten.

ctl3d32 wrote:
A new kernel without bloats and written in asm to reduce size, memory usage and increase speed;
They want ARM support. Besides, writing something like that is ASM would cost them so much search and money.

ctl3d32 wrote:
A new API for easier and faster programming, all in asm;
Dump the DLL hell, .NET, managed code, etc, and worst of all, admit that they were bad ideas? Never going to happen.

ctl3d32 wrote:
Break native compatibility with prior windows versions apps
In that case they'll better break their money and split, noone would buy their stuff if nothing would work there.
And how can you explain to a common accountant what a VM is?

ctl3d32 wrote:
Apps should be installed inside layers, leaving windows registry and file system untouched
Dream on, even Linux systems do that in a few exceptional distros.
Post 05 Jun 2011, 17:45
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me239



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This system would be great... on my iPod. I think I'll stick to Windows 7 and prior versions. What happened Microsoft? MS-DOS and Windows 3-xp(excluding 95 & ME) were huge successes. Where did the innovation go? It seems that the more versions they release, the more complaints I hear.
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Enko



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This happens always. New software requires better pc.
In my work I have a Athlon 1600+ buyed in 2002 aprox. If I dare to install somthing like the last version of adobe pdf reader, running this, the sistem go hell slow.
When I isntalled norton antivirus 2008, yes, 2008 3 years ago, it went so slow, thay in even cannot be used anymore.

and really, with that pc I could play GTA Vice City with no problem, its not that bad with 32mb of video ram.
Post 06 Jun 2011, 13:12
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Instead of getting optimized, they get bloated. I stopped using Adobe Acrobat Reader a long time ago. Why the hell it is so slow? Is there any justification for that? Foxit Reader is incredibly faster than Adobe Reader. Why windows have to get slower every new version? Why do we have to buy a new pc every version? Is it something intenetional for us to buy a new pc, and push sales?
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typedef
ctl3d32 wrote:
Things that i wish windows 8+ to have:
- A new API for easier and faster programming, all in asm;


Rolling Eyes Shocked
Post 06 Jun 2011, 15:11
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ctl3d32 wrote:
Is it something intenetional for us to buy a new pc, and push sales?

YEP,

I think for each PC that comes out, comes with it new device drivers so you have trouble using the new OS with the old PC.I think "They" do that so you buy the new PCs :S Twisted Evil

But sometimes it is because new OSs require new CPUs.....


Whatever they release I'll use it Very Happy
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