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I don't think this is so exciting, unless there are also a lot of bugs fixed.
How many bugs have you truly come across? The only issue I have come across is with aero and RHINO 3D modeling software. If you have aero on, the four viewports in Rhino won't display properly, and you get a black viewport, which is not helpful, since you need to see what you're doing.
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