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Oh God, 360 to 1 to 10? They should probably just stick to names instead of numbers...



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10 S would be too confusing.
"My Grandson wants the xbox S"
"Uh is that the one S, or the 10 S?"



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Landguy said:
WolfpackN64 said:

Of course the Xbox One Scorpio wouldn't need to run teh background apps that make up the largest part of Windows terrible RAM managment, so they have that advantage, but unless they have a seperate update scheme for the Xbox, running Windows 10 S would make it a lesser console.

With Windows 10s being announced just 3-4 weeks ago, you sound like you have had extensive time with it.  What new device have you purchased with windows 10s on it?

Windows 10 S is just Windows 10 with a restriction on how you install applications. I have exstensive experiance with Windows 10. Extensive to know that Windows' handling of background apps was bottlenecking my machine which has 16GB's of RAM. Microsoft has no clue to to make their system leaner as evidenced by the "Game Mode" which actually decreases performance is most usecases.



WolfpackN64 said:
Landguy said:

With Windows 10s being announced just 3-4 weeks ago, you sound like you have had extensive time with it.  What new device have you purchased with windows 10s on it?

Windows 10 S is just Windows 10 with a restriction on how you install applications. I have exstensive experiance with Windows 10. Extensive to know that Windows' handling of background apps was bottlenecking my machine which has 16GB's of RAM. Microsoft has no clue to to make their system leaner as evidenced by the "Game Mode" which actually decreases performance is most usecases.

True enough that it seems to be designed for a closed secure environment.  As far as resource management goes, no way to tell until it hits the market.  

You are essentially saying that because you bought a Chevy Camaro and it has a problem, then all Chevy Corvettes can't possibly not have the same problem let alone all of the Camaros too.

I agree that your particullar problem I haven't encountered on any of the dozen or so PCs in my office or the 5 of them at home that run windows 10.  I am not saying that you don't have a problem, only that it may not be indicative of most peoples experiences.  I will agree that EVERY new version of windows requires an increased amount of ram to run.  But, ALL programs seem to need that as we constantly ask our devices to do so much more with each iteration.



It is near the end of the end....

The original Rumor was it would be called Xbox one X right, well this name is a little bit better so... I guess we will find out tomorrow.




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Landguy said:
WolfpackN64 said:

Windows 10 S is just Windows 10 with a restriction on how you install applications. I have exstensive experiance with Windows 10. Extensive to know that Windows' handling of background apps was bottlenecking my machine which has 16GB's of RAM. Microsoft has no clue to to make their system leaner as evidenced by the "Game Mode" which actually decreases performance is most usecases.

True enough that it seems to be designed for a closed secure environment.  As far as resource management goes, no way to tell until it hits the market.  

You are essentially saying that because you bought a Chevy Camaro and it has a problem, then all Chevy Corvettes can't possibly not have the same problem let alone all of the Camaros too.

I agree that your particullar problem I haven't encountered on any of the dozen or so PCs in my office or the 5 of them at home that run windows 10.  I am not saying that you don't have a problem, only that it may not be indicative of most peoples experiences.  I will agree that EVERY new version of windows requires an increased amount of ram to run.  But, ALL programs seem to need that as we constantly ask our devices to do so much more with each iteration.

It's not the OS itself really, it's the fact Microsoft standardly put's all their applications to run in the background. When I ran a RAM intensive program, like a game, it often crashed because it overflowed. I managed to disable most programs that run in the background and it works much better and much more stable now. But one random update turned all my background processes back on and I had to turn them back off again. I know they want these programs active for telemetry, but it's infuriating how inefficiënt the OS is from the getgo. I had to solve this issue for my girlfriend and her brother as well. Both have powerful PC's, but Windows 10 eats at their resources in it's standard configuration, while her brother's laptop has an issue where his harddisk activity is pinned at 100%.



UWP is about to beat the living shit out of steam.



ironmanDX said:
If it ends up running steam.... Mother of God.

Problem is that Microsoft will want the royalties go to them, not Valve.



Correctly predicted ;)

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