Windows XP vs. Vista (Tom's Hardware)

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Windows XP vs. Vista (Tom's Hardware)

Messagepar ikki » 27 Fév 2007 20:04

Hello.

Pour ceux qui se posent la question de l'utilité de passer à Vista ou pas, peut-être un début de réponse sur l'excellent site tomshardware.com

Morceau choisi dans la conclusion

Our hopes that Vista might be able to speed up applications are gone. First tests with 64-bit editions result in numbers similar to our 32-bit results, and we believe it's safe to say that users looking for more raw performance will be disappointed with Vista. Vista is the better Windows, because it behaves better, because it looks better and because it feels better. But it cannot perform better than Windows XP. Is this a K.O. for Windows Vista in the enthusiast space?

If you really need your PC to finish huge encoding, transcoding or rendering workloads within a defined time frame, yes, it is. Don't do it; stay with XP. But as long as you don't need to finish workloads in record time, we believe it makes sense to consider these three bullet points:

* Vista runs considerably more services and thus has to spend somewhat more resources on itself. Indexing, connectivity and usability don't come for free.
* There is a lot of CPU performance available today! We've got really fast dual core processors, and even faster quad cores will hit the market by the middle of the year. Even though you will lose application performance by upgrading to Vista, today's hardware is much faster than yesterday's, and tomorrow's processors will clearly leap even further ahead.
* No new Windows release has been able to offer more application performance than its predecessor.

Although application performance has had this drawback, the new Windows Vista performance features SuperFetch and ReadyDrive help to make Vista feel faster and smoother than Windows XP. Our next article will tell you how they work.

source: http://www.tomshardware.com/2007/01/29/ ... index.html


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Messagepar Achille1er » 27 Fév 2007 20:22

Bah ! Il est encore en version beta, meme s'il est déjà en vente et que microsoft prétend le contraire, XP était pire au début, il faut juste attendre une petite année, moi je trouve que c'est assez prometteur (en 32 bits en tout cas).
Pour le jeu, il sortira surement des versions "libres" allégées, comme pour XP, pour le reste (la bureautique ou le technique), l'optimisation fera peut-etre la différence...
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