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The 10 best tuning tips for windows

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That's just.. sad.

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That's just.. sad.

 

i thought the same today when i tried to send a .vox file to an apple / windows user.... and they even cant play it! another reason, why linux is better  :) 

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Who uses format c: anymore?

 

Tip for tuning up windows

 

Step 1 ) Remove all tuneup software from the PC.

 

DONE!

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Great!

 

Warwagon imposter!

 

:rolleyes:

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You could just install the appropriate codec to play it. (You know, just like Linux.) And oh god not the same recycled half-truth propaganda sheet too.

Ok, here's another "funny."

How to fix all your Linux problems in two easy steps:

  • Insert a Windows DVD.
  • Reboot.

 Enjoy a system that's smoother and more reliable.

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How to fix your all your Linux Problem is 2 easy steps

 

Step 1 ) Open the Terminal

Step 2) Type some crap.

 

Another Question... Why are you formatting windows so many times?

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Another Question... Why are you formatting windows so many times?

 

because it is the only way to fix its endless bugs, bugs and bugs and registry errors and bluescreens and other stuff.

and you just cant clean your hdd ennough of that cr*p called windows :rofl:

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because it is the only way to fix its endless bugs, bugs and bugs and registry errors and bluescreens and other stuff.

and you just cant clean your hdd ennough of that cr*p called windows :rofl:

 

:laugh: this thread is not long for this earth

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:laugh: this thread is not long for this earth

 

keep it goin... i actually have one or two goodies back from the day when i first used napster, did NOT even know what it was and entered microsoft in the search box... i suppose no copyright violation there but would love who did these goodies ...

 

have them coming soon

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Top 1 tuning tip for Windows:

 

Don't listen to a random Linux guy posting crap on the interwebz.

 

EDIT: Sometimes I can't tell if you're serious or not. :)

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How to fix your all your Linux Problem is 2 easy steps

 

Step 1 ) Open the Terminal

Step 2) Type some crap.

 

Another Question... Why are you formatting windows so many times?

No, first sudo... else nothing happens :/

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because it is the only way to fix its endless bugs, bugs and bugs and registry errors and bluescreens and other stuff.

and you just cant clean your hdd ennough of that cr*p called windows :rofl:

Sounds more like user error

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Sounds more like user error

 

like that "you are holding it wrong" ? :D

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like that "you are holding it wrong" ? :D

No like "user error."  This stuff doesn't happen on it's own.  Or am I "holding it wrong" every time KDE crashes or I get a kernel panic on my Linux boxes too?

 

Seeing as this stupid thread is still open, I guess it's open season for trolling Linux systems too eh?  Works for me.

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Who uses format c: anymore?

 

Tip for tuning up windows

 

Step 1 ) Remove all tuneup software from the PC.

 

DONE!

 

Dunno CCleaner is nice when you have a 120GB SSD.

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some people really need to grow a sense of humor or need to look for other things in life besides their precious little windows :/

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some people really need to grow a sense of humor or need to look for other things in life besides their precious little windows :/

Really.  So you have no objection if people start posting threads exposing all of Linux's failures as a joke?  Believe me, after using it since the late 90's (and Unix 20 years before that) I have tons of material.

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The ultimate solution:

  1. Go to http://store.apple.com
  2. Choose a Mac
  3. Order it
  4. Enjoy.
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The ultimate solution:

  1. Go to http://store.apple.com
  2. Choose a Mac
  3. Order it
  4. Enjoy.

 

Tried, Didn't like it for full time, went back to windows.

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some people really need to grow a sense of humor or need to look for other things in life besides their precious little windows :/

Some people need to stop hiding behind "humor", while trying to gain kudos for their choice of OS

 

Changing your avatar doesn't mask your agenda.

 

If you are gonna fight the good fight, at least be straight up about it.

 

Or tell better jokes.

 

No hard feelings :) :hug_girl:

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some people really need to grow a sense of humor or need to look for other things in life besides their precious little windows :/

 

It's just sad you open yet another thread to try and bash windows, at least this one is slightly more entertaining then your Mitt Romney for the Win threads

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