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We wont laugh at you, if you use XP. :rolleyes::p xboxer11-15-2011, 01:12 PMWhat's wrong with using XP? Someone on the forums brought up an excellent thought on Microsoft's releases for the Windows operating system - every other one is good. Win8 is also decent and will be looked at as Win7 w/ upgrades. DoohanOK11-16-2011, 01:18 AMWhy did you cough for Windows XP? http://advianetwork.com/ati-drivers/ati-drivers-8-27-10.html

and currently my 11.10 ones work fine.. It was good in its day but Win7 is king now. glasseye6711-15-2011, 01:15 PMWe wont laugh at you, if you use XP. :rolleyes::p You gonna laugh at people in June next year when Win 8 comes out? DoohanOK11-15-2011, 12:23 PMAMD now offers new version 11.11 Catalyst reference drivers for AMD/ATI graphics cards.

Franky12311-15-2011, 02:22 PMXP needs less RAM and is more stable :). It wasn't until sp2 that people really liked xp. paratech200811-15-2011, 12:58 PMThanks, but yeah, why did you *cough* mentioning XP? bes11-16-2011, 04:28 PMI know I will.

azzonie11-15-2011, 01:16 PMWindows 7 just took over top spot for most used OS. The need to run as an administrator for many things is a security nightmare, as is the lack of IE9 for people who like to use IE. mattila9511-15-2011, 12:38 PMWhy did you cough for Windows XP? Because he is still using it. :p I also wonder, when AMD is going to fix that Win 7s "screen tearing may be observed occasionally while playing Portal 2 in DirectX

EA has already stopped supporting it in several major titles. It seems more suited for tablets and other touch-based devices where there is a need for things like Metro apps and other useful tools for such devices. *Back on topic. http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles/Pages/catalyst-1111b-performance.aspx Results? It does what it should.

heh why not? I prefer just not mentioning it at all. IE9 is only good for downloading another browser=P Anyway, on topic, I'm still using CCC 11.5, never felt the need to update them yet as there weren't any problems. Please review the known issues (for your OS) near the bottom before using/installing.

This is not an OS discussion topic, so please quit the pointless chatter. Personally I don't need them with my 5870 and I'm not inclined to buy any of the recent problematic games (BF3,Skyrim,Rage). Personally I don't need them with my 5870 and I'm not inclined to buy any of the recent problematic games (BF3,Skyrim,Rage). MS don't even support it any more.

Which is great for me because it means my low spec media centre (MediaPortal) will continue to get security patches until then. navigate to this website XP was very bad at first (like Vista) until around the time SP2 came out. Loopzz11-28-2011, 06:21 AMI believe Rage3d has a thread going about 11.11b results. Overall though I just don't see it serving desktop users much of an upgrade.

Standoff11-15-2011, 01:07 PMThanks, but yeah, why did you *cough* mentioning XP? Otherwise though, a very good and super-stable OS. It was painful to introduce (just like Vista) but the corporate bore the brunt of the hassle as they moved from NT4. More about the author Someone on the forums brought up an excellent thought on Microsoft's releases for the Windows operating system - every other one is good.

Let's look at the history: Windows 2000/Me - Bad Windows XP - Good Vista - Bad Windows 7 - Good Windows 8 (see the pattern here...) Bad_Motha11-15-2011, 03:04 PMME and 2000 Xebec11-15-2011, 09:19 PMYes, Windows 2000 was based on the NT core, while ME was based on the 98. I do it when XPs support is totally cut on 2014. :p xboxer11-15-2011, 01:30 PMWindows 7 just took over top spot for most used OS.

I have not gone for 11.11b yet, I remember when one of the Rage fix's turned it blue!

Someone on the forums brought up an excellent thought on Microsoft's releases for the Windows operating system - every other one is good. xp was not good at release. Up until 2 months ago it was XP. Windows 7 benefits from Vista just as XP benefits from the ground covered by 2000.

Vista, again we all know it's bad, but after SP2 it's actually fairly decent, but still more of a system hog then any other MS OS to date. AMD Catalyst 11.11c performance drivers (http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles/Pages/Catalyst1111cperformance.aspx) pbassjunk12-02-2011, 07:21 AMWindows ME - bad Windows 2000 - good Really, it should be considered the first good Windows that was mainstream. Quite often. click site I am using 11.11a with no issues so far, can't really say if it helped anything either. :) Those are 3 of the new games I have been playing and yes

Nope, sorry ..didn't install it yet ..the patch notes dont say much about overall performance updates... Which is great for me because it means my low spec media centre (MediaPortal) will continue to get security patches until then. Let's look at the history: Windows 2000/Me - Bad Windows XP - Good Vista - Bad Windows 7 - Good Windows 8 (see the pattern here...) Two things to remember. Capt_Spalding11-16-2011, 03:25 PMresults of 11.11 yet anyone?

No DirectX 11 support. I prefer just not mentioning it at all. Yes, Windows 2000 was based on the NT core, while ME was based on the 98.