Crucial Ballistix PC2-3500 DDR2, USB Drive Roundup, and more!
More news is starting to arrive concerning Microsoft's new operating system, Vista, and it's not exactly good news for most of you. The hassle that DRM is going to create will be accompanied by some pretty hefty system requirements that are currently be thrown around the web. bit-tech.net has published a brief summary of what you might need to run it. Enjoy the news, folks!
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"Though the Mac OS supported multi-button operations, it wasn't officially possible till the Mighty Mouse debuted, breaking Apple's 21-year heritage of conforming to the single button mouse. Find out our take on Apple's new move."
"For many newbies, Linux is an exciting but daunting operating system to learn. So flexible and powerful but yet alien to a new generation pampered by graphical user interfaces."
"Review of following USB drives: Corsair Flash Voyager 512 MB, Kingston DataTraveler 2.0 512 MB, MSI Mega Flash 128 MB and OCZ Rally 512 MB."