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    Default Windows 7 vs Windows 8 Performance?

    Looking for input on how much performance (CPU/RAM usage), if any, you gained from upgrading to Windows 8. My buddy upgraded too it and swears to runs off way less resources than Windows 7 did.

    Just wondering if any botters have upgraded and noticed a difference, thanks
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    I was having Computer Issues last week with a new motherboard, GPU, & Processor so i tried it out on windows 8 and the resources for me was still using about the same and windows 7. I still use windows 7 just because i never trust a new windows software until over a year or 2

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    It must be the same

    Quote Originally Posted by IBongMaster395I View Post
    Looking for input on how much performance (CPU/RAM usage), if any, you gained from upgrading to Windows 8. My buddy upgraded too it and swears to runs off way less resources than Windows 7 did.
    More looks like that fresh win install is better than old install with tons of garbage

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    Well I could have easily googled windows 7 vs windows 8 performance, I am looking specifically for feedback from DB user ON Windows 8.

    Thanks though
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    Win7 or 8 it doesnt matter as far as DB is concerned.

    Simply make sure shit isnt taking up unwanted CPU cycles if its a DB machine. If possible run on an XP machine with everything turned off and just bare bones services needed running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aikido View Post
    Win7 or 8 it doesnt matter as far as DB is concerned.

    Simply make sure shit isnt taking up unwanted CPU cycles if its a DB machine. If possible run on an XP machine with everything turned off and just bare bones services needed running.
    Too lazy to find a Windows XP torrent and *****, lol
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