Its quite interesting, it will generate a chart based on what you play, I only signed up to it a couple of days ago which is why I don't have all the full data showing yet as the charts are generated sun/monday.
Bit like the UK music chart shows the best selling music this chart is similar in...
Why would you want to? Give Vista a couple of years to shake the bugs out.
You obviously know more about me when it comes to 64bit addressing.. As for vista well if it came with your new pc then you have it anyway so why not try 64 if it aint gonna cost anything...
Errm if its a new system (which usally comes preinstalled with vista32) and you want to put 4gb or more of ram in it then you might as it saves you paying for vista again.
of course you could just run linux (which reminds me i need to reinstall ubuntu)
Aren't all current gen Proccessors 64bit anyway (i.e althon64 x2 and core2)
I've heard rumors that if you buy a pc running vista and it comes with 32bit you can install vista 64bit and use the licence key that comes with your pc and it will still activate fine.
Lol i sometimes go through a period when i aqquire a load of bits.
I think what will probably happen is i will get the 3.2ghz laptop back from my bro and my mum will end up with the 2.6ghz laptop
my bros probably getting a 2.4ghz desktop off my dad which has a 256mb gfx card in it so he'll...
My desktop is custom built, i get what I want in it not what some stupid manufacturer thinks is a good system
Problem with most prebuilt systems is unless you pay though the nose you get a decent spec cpu and probably a reosonable amount of ram but the video card is usally a pile of poo...
If your connecting it though you pc you need to enable internet connection sharing in windows XP.
From Xbox.com | Shared PC: Windows XP
1. Log on to your PC as Administrator or Owner. *any account thats set as "computer admin" will work*
2. In Windows XP, ICS is automatically loaded...
if you buy the VGA cable you can use the computer monitor, computer monitors are much higher resolution than tv's the 360 will happily do 1280x1024 which is what most 17" lcd monitors do.
its much higher than the SDTV resolution of 574x768 (or something near that cant remember exactly)
it is sorta but In my opinion live is worth the money, seeing as it costs microsoft a to run it.
and its nice the way it keeps a centralised friends list and tracks whos playing what, makes setting up a game with your mate much much easier :D