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Do you intend to buy a new computer?


Posted by Yaba on Apr 16 2007
Yes, within the next month3%3%3% 3%
Yes, within the next 6 months11%11%11% 11%
Yes, this year11%11%11% 11%
No, but maybe next year21%21%21% 21%
No, my old computer is fast enough for KDE33%33%33% 33%
No, I just bought a new one recently21%21%21% 21%
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 My computer...

 
 by blaster999 on: Apr 16 2007
 
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...has an Intel Core2Duo 6600, 1 Gb RAM and 2 HHDs -- 400 and 320 Gb respectively. So, my next major upgrade (not counting my soon-to-arrive TV which I'll be using as a monitor) won't be this year.

BTW, KDE runs pretty smooth even on PCs which are 5 years old (if they have enough RAM), so buying a new PC just to run KDE isn't really necessary in most cases (unlike a software product that starts with "V").


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Is it best to live a lie?"
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 Re: My computer...

 
 by AlienNation on: Apr 18 2007
 
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I don't know what freaky extensions or plugins you're using if you need a new computer to run Vi! ;)


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 old computer?

 
 by PVtrainz on: Apr 20 2007
 
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I don need to change my computer now. I'm using KDE 3.5 on a Pentium III - 1ghz and it runs perfectly. I also have a modern computer, but I prefer to use the old P-III to surf the Internet!!


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 Old-skool...

 
 by ilj on: Apr 22 2007
 
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Intel Celeron 1,7Ghz just as old motherboard and all the guts... heh it [KDE] runs just fast.

I'm pretty content with performance rate even though when I load many applications into the memory [RAM which is only 256MB... no DDR... old-skool eh..] system performs very good.

Why buy new hardware when the old is still good enough?

I consider bying a notebook (because I've never had one and I NEED it since I have to compute and/or deal with all the sort of tasks on the go or just other places than home...)

I make a happy use of old COMPAQ i386 arch in my home LAN. It runs FreeSCO router. It's diskless, with no display which is connected to another old machine running just anything it is required to run [Windows XP/FreeBSD/Frenzy/Slax/etc......].

Well, old computers are good.
New are good too by all means :)


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 my pc

 
 by peratu on: Apr 23 2007
 
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iBook G4 1Ghz
256 + 1024 Mb RAM
Ati 9200 32Mb
30Gb HD


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 by z41 on: Apr 27 2007
 
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my computer: 800 duron (r), 256 sdram. It`s enough for kde ;-)


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 Runs fine here...

 
 by dunkelstern on: Apr 29 2007
 
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Just installed the new Kubuntu on an old PIII 667 Mhz 256 MB Ram, works like a charm. Only the Harddisk is a minor bottleneck.

So why buy a new computer?

(Ok my main Rig is very current... Core2Duo + 2GB RAM)


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