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Old 05-17-2006, 08:35 AM   #16
Registered: Jun 2005
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Originally Posted by mark_alfred
Well, call me boring, but I'm now using Fluxbox (on Debian Sarge). Instead of paying more money for a more powerful computer, I'm cutting back on Windows and/or Mac like eye-candy, and just running things efficiently on my old 450 MHz PC.
I use a 450 K6-2 and have no problems with eye candy. The only thing I use transparencies, and the bouncing icons and all that. Sadly KDE 3.5 took away my magnifying mouseover effect and replaced it with a silly tool tip thing. Oh well, can't have everything.


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