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It's very common to remember viruses, instability and stupidity when we talk about Microsoft windows operating system, and now we have to add Power consumption :-)

Connect any USB 2.0 device to your notebook and lose more than one hour of battery time: Tom's Hardware Guide's tests of a Windows-based Intel Core Duo mobile processor platform revealed a serious power consumption issue that, according to Intel, is caused by a Microsoft driver bug - a bug that has been known by Microsoft for some time, but kept from the public eye until today.

Maybe it's the time to break up with Microsoft and maybe to get penguinized or you can save for MAC

[tags] windows, power, serious, power, consumption, issue, microsoft, break-up, penguinized, save, mac [/tags]


  1. THG is not that good, it's biased most of the time ... Try for a change :)

    Cheers, and I can't say I'll "get penguinized" anytime soon, I'm too damn lazy! I'll wait till Vista is out ...


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