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17/11/2018

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DSVerified
DSVerified घंटे पहले
Windows Mojave - MacOS Mojave? Did Apple just steal the name for their latest OS?
Emanuele Della Mea
Emanuele Della Mea घंटे पहले
still using it in 2019... cheers from Italy Linus!
Scott Davis
Scott Davis 2 घंटे पहले
(More Like Windows XD)
Corristo89
Corristo89 2 घंटे पहले
I remember downloading a Vista .iso from "somewhere", installing it, being really enticed by the newer, more modern, and far more stylish UI, and... being unable to use my USB wifi card, my printer, my sound card, my graphics card and probably ten other things. Performance wasn't really an issue, since I had a pretty good PC back then, but the drivers were just terrible. And if you used the 64-bit version? Good fucking luck, because driver support was even worse. I got a few things working by using Windows XP 64-bit drivers, but the experience was far from perfect. I didn't use Vista that long. I gave it a few days, pulled my hair out trying to get it to work, and finally just re-installed XP again. It was a massive step backwards in terms of UI, but what's the point of a slick UI when 50% of your hardware doesn't work? It's like a really nice paintjob on a car: Looks nice, but won't do shit if the car has problems.
Eric Ramos
Eric Ramos 2 घंटे पहले
I used Windows Vista Home Basic for 2 years. Didn't face any problem at all. Then I moved to Windows 7.
Matthew Russell
Matthew Russell 3 घंटे पहले
That was the best intro ever.
Richard Harris
Richard Harris 9 घंटे पहले
I miss Windows 7 ,what an amazing OS, but after service packs Vista wasnt that bad really, I never had serious problems with Vista after the updates.
Memory Drive
Memory Drive 12 घंटे पहले
Can you give me the installation of Windows Vista. Please
Gati Akbar Wibisono
Gati Akbar Wibisono 18 घंटे पहले
Windows mojave, how about macOS mojave
Nazantia
Nazantia 20 घंटे पहले
Never be an early adopter of new Windows. Use the old until the new has a service pack or two under its belt and you will never go wrong.
Peppermint
Peppermint दिन पहले
Very bad file explorer in Windows 10 in-vid.net/video/%E0%A4%B5%E0%A5%80%E0%A4%A1%E0%A4%BF%E0%A4%AF%E0%A5%8B-UnzvdIPvYAk.html
Wariobros194
Wariobros194 दिन पहले
Windows Vista launched in 2006, not 2007
classic gamer
classic gamer दिन पहले
VISTA is fine
relaxxxrrr
relaxxxrrr दिन पहले
Windows 10 is making every other OS look better and better. It has that effect.
Aidan Land BcB
Aidan Land BcB दिन पहले
The last line at the start ruined it but it was expected
skeetso09
skeetso09 दिन पहले
*watches video* video: bloody slow bloated mess.... *looks at 8 year old pc* me: h m
Jules van Laar
Jules van Laar दिन पहले
I've had 95, ME, Vista, 7 and 10 PCs. But I've never had a PC with 98, 2000, XP or 8.
Peter Sørensen
Peter Sørensen 2 दिन पहले
Vista wasn't that bad. I ran Vista from when it got released until Win 7 finally launched. Didn't like the "Made for Vista" logo though... Hardware needs to be modern and good enough to run any new os. The same goes for Windows 10. You can't and shouldn't expect that your ancient piece of shit might work on a new OS. With that said, my first gen i7 sandbox PC can easily run Win 10! ME wasn't that bad either. It depends on what you expect from an OS. Both were great transitioning OS'es, Vista a lot more than ME though... But if you like me, enjoy new stuff and know how to use it and what to expect, then it wasn't that bad at all. Problem with UAC in general is that people hate dialogs until those exact dialogs could have saved their asses. Example: "Are you sure you want to *something*", common answer: "Yes!!! Why do you think I clicked..." FFS!!! Well, when it doesn't ask and something goes wrong because you fucked up, the common answer is suddenly, "Why didn't you ask before doing *something*? FFS!!!" It's just impossible to make people happy. I never hated UAC, and app developers were just as much to blame back then. If it ask for administrative permision that allows it to change your system, wouldn't you like to be noticed? Unless you're trying to run or install something that changes the system, you wouldn't have the UAC issue. Do it right and everything worked fine! I enjoyed my time in Vista!
Alessandro Tagliafierro
Alessandro Tagliafierro 3 दिन पहले
- Was Windows Vista that bad? - Well, yes but actually no
Michael Brown
Michael Brown 3 दिन पहले
Yo man it aint no windows 98se!
Daniel Pindell
Daniel Pindell 3 दिन पहले
I remember being excited to upgrade my PC to Vista and once I installed the OS, I was wowed at the new looks. Then I realized that it ran much slower then XP and I hated it lol.
Minecraft Redstoneguy
Minecraft Redstoneguy 4 दिन पहले
Windows Vista is not so bad
Berry Halle
Berry Halle 4 दिन पहले
Yeah, the main and effective reason was because the policy of Bill Gates was: "I will always choose a lazy person to do a difficult job, because they will find an easy way to do it." Vista and Windows 8 was in the same group of lazy programmers ...????
Alejandro Ludovici
Alejandro Ludovici 4 दिन पहले
nothing like windows ME, vista was just a baby compared jajajaja
Anon Mason
Anon Mason 4 दिन पहले
Mojave experiment made it worse for Microsoft. People doubled down on their hate for it after that.
bobsobol
bobsobol 6 दिन पहले
I loved Vista, and Windows 7 wasn't Windows 7 at all, but Window Vista SP3. The worst thing about Vista, by that point, was the reputation it had acquired, and I kept arguing that XP, at release was pretty bad compared to Windows 2000 with up-to-date service packs, and XP SP2 actually got *worse*!!! So, yea, I resented having to re-buy Windows Vista to get SP3. You look at the differences between Vista SP2 and Windows 7, and they're considerably less than between XP SP2 and SP3. The rebrand was exactly that. It was a necessary marketing gimmick. However, I still feel a little fleeced by it. I adopted Vista early, loved UAC, loved the fact that *lazy* users got annoyed by all the UAC dialogues when they were doing ridiculously insecure things with their computer, because it made them reconsider their behaviour. I'd been using Commodos' equivalent for XP for a while, and because I was used to needing to sudo, doas, or some graphical equivalent on POSIX OS for years, and hated the fact that *every* XP app seemed to need you to be logged in as a local admin with full rights **and** internet access... (something you should never give a user app, let alone a full-screen entertainment app, such as video games, which were the worst offenders) It made users *complain* to software vendors for doing this to them. (which they should have been doing for years) Vista was incredibly stable, for me, and perhaps because I'd already been used to isolating apps in safe non-root environments, with only the access they *really* needed, rather than what they *wanted* me to give them. UAC didn't bother me, and I wasn't beyond changing the XML trust file / resource in a PE executable to make it play nice with UAC etc. It utilised my x64 processor and more than 3.5Gig of RAM as it should, and which **no** version of Windows XP would do. (there was an x64 version of XP, but it sucked ass **hard**, and didn't run either x86 or x64 apps well, leading most people to stick to the x86 version and burn the last half gig of a 4 gig system, or fight with PAE extensions which didn't work well) I also used it for reverse software engineering with Olly Debug, and would actually correct things in XP binaries which were **not** open-source and just written **wrong** to begin with. So many developers seemed to be ignoring Microsofts' style guidelines because XP had just been the only thing worth testing your software on for so long, and if it worked; Who cares if you're breaking the rules, right? Again, we had Power Users back in Windows 2000 to get around needing low-level access to DVD burners and promiscuous networking and DMA access for accelerated graphics and such... But, no; They insisted you be a local admin or they wouldn't run. There was **no need** for that behaviour, and the fact that that culture existed was only the slightest bit Microsofts' fault, and **none** of Windows Vistas' fault for doing it *correctly*. It's indignation at these poorly written programs was entirely righteous, and justified. I *did* get rid of the widget bar, and replace it with Konfabulator, (later Yahoo! widgets) which also worked just fine on XP, and whose widgets were easily portable from Mac Dashboard ones. Incidentally, side-bar widgets from Vista could still be installed as desktop widgets in Windows 7, for a while. I did disable the pre-caching, because it was *too* heavy, and *did* lead to me not having enough free memory at times, and that was tuned down in Windows 7 so that the disabling wasn't necessary, but I still tend to disable on Windows 10 when it *still* annoys me. But it's optional, right? If you don't like it, turn it off. I also turn of the "tiling" when you bump windows to a side of the screen, which Vista introduced, and lives on in Windows 10. I still turn back **on** the underlines on hotkeys for menu items. User preference for, the, win!
THO games
THO games 6 दिन पहले
Nice segway into the sponsor message there…
John Derry
John Derry 6 दिन पहले
Yes
Jason Edwards
Jason Edwards 7 दिन पहले
I think Windows Vista is a released beta version of Windows 7.
Tank R.
Tank R. 8 दिन पहले
Yes. Yes it was. Vista was 7: R&D Edition. They released a buggy OS and collected reports to fix the next release. I will give that towards EoL they fixed a number of issues, and aero is pretty neat(seriously, if you havent tried it, hit win+tab, youre welcome). But yes, Vista was as bad as we all remember. Period. End of story. Side rant: Why the fuck is there 4 links that all go to the exact same power settings?!?!?!
ZephrOli
ZephrOli 8 दिन पहले
Windows Vista on an Inspiron is great, Windows Vista is literally my favourite OS
Subwoofers Bassin
Subwoofers Bassin 9 दिन पहले
When shit hits the fan
Edward Aquilina
Edward Aquilina 9 दिन पहले
The video is excellent, the studio lighting is better :)
News Now News News
News Now News News 9 दिन पहले
Linus blames everyone but Microsoft :\
Matthew Lea
Matthew Lea 9 दिन पहले
Operating Systems now tend to be more functional. They tend not to go with visual appeal anymore.
Kresimir Ivkovic
Kresimir Ivkovic 9 दिन पहले
You are happy like a child. Please install Linux and your happies never ending. In next video please.
Psyonnix
Psyonnix 9 दिन पहले
Vista was and is the best.
Ian Walker
Ian Walker 9 दिन पहले
Longhorn was intended to be a "semantically pivotable OS and GUI", backed onto a kind of SQL server... as a means of anticipating high volumes of data and better ways of not just organising that data, but utilising it in a kind of super AI ML DL way. Think fuzzy pivotable venn diagrams. MS failed because they TOOK the original idea and ran with it, without really 'grokking' the original intent. And thus couldn't implement a vision that was not really theirs in the first place. Paradise Lost... All because they did not want to acknowledge or pay the person with the vision(s) in the first place. Heck, they would rather pay cheap assed hackers a billion in cash for implementing tiny parts of the vision in a game... And rely on the MIISC (military industrial intelligence surveillance complex) to fill in the creativity gaps. Stolen fruit tastes sweet, but you just don't get the secret sauce no matter how hard you try... Stupid way to do business, but that is the 'freedom' we have these days, 'eh? Stupidity and greed leading us to an apocalypse via the 'free market' of 'liberal ideas' backed by 'religious freedoms'. Way to go 'market reformists'! Too many dollars, and not enough cents...
Ian Walker
Ian Walker 9 दिन पहले
and if you want an os that simply screams inside say virtualbox, try nt4 workstation, in 4k no less, using tiny amounts of resources (less than linux) - great for task based work using old style apps - which just poop all over the modern variants (mostly)!
Ian Walker
Ian Walker 9 दिन पहले
I liked vista, still do, and have often wondered why it was killed off. my echo chamber answered that it was maybe too secure for some types who like to peep and pry, for fun and profit, under the guise of national security...
Israel Lai
Israel Lai 9 दिन पहले
Windows Mojave 🤔
Israel Lai
Israel Lai 9 दिन पहले
Even now, Vista is still my favourite OS aesthetically speaking...
Hiba Zreik
Hiba Zreik 10 दिन पहले
Vista worked perfectly on my laptop.
TheYoungSeth
TheYoungSeth 10 दिन पहले
If you don't talk about vista bluescreening because of solitaire I hate you
iRoXaR
iRoXaR 10 दिन पहले
Windows Vista.. I always loved it because of its name!
Peter Brown
Peter Brown 10 दिन पहले
Windows Vista and Windows 2000 were a very good OS Systems I don't know why they were scaped I love Windows 2000 it was very fast and secured.
Styx Zero
Styx Zero 10 दिन पहले
Tbh I regret ever changing from XP ---> Vista. Such a downgrade imo. I loved XP.
OffOnOne
OffOnOne 11 दिन पहले
windows: Mojave apple: hmmm... can we borrow that idea thanks?
Siddif
Siddif 11 दिन पहले
OffOnOne to be fair MS looked at Apples “aqua” interface and renamed it “aero” for vista
Neolid
Neolid 11 दिन पहले
I never had an issue with Windows Vista.Was it heavy on the CPU and GPU? Yes. But it was a step forward and not always the industry is ready for change at the time a new product hits the market. Oh and best thing Vista gave us, awesome music. Check it out.
Solid Oki
Solid Oki 11 दिन पहले
I loved windows vista i never had any problems with it as long as i kept up maintenance
your normal everyday gamer
your normal everyday gamer 9 दिन पहले
Solid Oki me too
アルフィー
アルフィー 12 दिन पहले
Tl; dr: ye.
Twig
Twig 12 दिन पहले
When speaking of being bloated, windows 8 and 10 are far worse on that. Coming with non-removable software many people dont want or need.
The jiro Network
The jiro Network 10 दिन पहले
YUUP. I really miss Pre-Windows 8 era bundled apps, or lack thereof. They only really came with what you needed to manage your PC and to get started. No candy crush saga or anything like that.
Mechapaia Shilla
Mechapaia Shilla 12 दिन पहले
Windows Vista is yo
Adriano Figueira
Adriano Figueira 12 दिन पहले
I've had tons of blue screens with that thing. Driver issues were a nightmare.
Caio Vinícius Reis de Carvalho
Caio Vinícius Reis de Carvalho 14 दिन पहले
trying vista on my blade v6
Jan Sten Adámek
Jan Sten Adámek 14 दिन पहले
The problem with Vista was not just with drivers, even Microsoft's own software was full of weird behaviour. I remember having no problems copying files from my Linux machine to two different Vista computers while they were unable to access each others shares (they saw them but were unable to open them). Until it started working about a month later. I never found out why. I had similar issues with network printers, one of these computers could access it only on every second boot. Again, very weird with no explanation but at least it was consistent that it was every second boot. And such surprises were common with Vista.
Rare Noggin Stuff
Rare Noggin Stuff 14 दिन पहले
Windows Vista wasn't bad at all. I've always loved vista. Windows Me isn't terrible either. Windows 8 is another story though...
ferret
ferret 14 दिन पहले
aka Windows 8DS haha
200K
200K 15 दिन पहले
yes... yes it is
IT Semih
IT Semih 15 दिन पहले
I like windows vista. It works well on my 2005 windows xp laptop and im still using it
Алекса Лаззар
Алекса Лаззар 15 दिन पहले
Riley.....
Márcio Gomes
Márcio Gomes 15 दिन पहले
Please make a video about UI. comparing Windows 7 x Windows 7 x IOs
Furzzy the Fox
Furzzy the Fox 15 दिन पहले
windows vista, more like Windows CEMeNT
Poralisium1337
Poralisium1337 16 दिन पहले
Skeomorphism was the best in win vista
ProductBasement
ProductBasement 16 दिन पहले
I miss gadgets
Nathan Hardy
Nathan Hardy 17 दिन पहले
What is that monitor behind Linus at 0:59??
soap mat
soap mat 17 दिन पहले
Vista was good but its heavy . The average hardware for that time cannot catch up .
Jerrin Francis
Jerrin Francis 17 दिन पहले
Unfortunately Windows 10 updates feels like vista, buggy and there is no service packs
Jerrin Francis
Jerrin Francis 15 दिन पहले
+Dion Perera How did you come at that conclusion?
Dion Perera
Dion Perera 16 दिन पहले
if its buggy, you need a new computer
Niels Vantilburg
Niels Vantilburg 17 दिन पहले
To be honest if you pc can barely run a os, you should get a different one.
Matt Merrill
Matt Merrill 18 दिन पहले
Vista was horrible. Only thing that was good from it was the desktop gadgets
akirasattari
akirasattari 18 दिन पहले
I think Windows vista is a solid os made my Microsoft 😉
Edin Omeragic
Edin Omeragic 18 दिन पहले
I had vista on laptop for about 10 years and it was really stable OS, never had to reinstall or fix anything.
Fade In
Fade In 11 दिन पहले
I've found that it works pretty well with laptops. My old laptop used to run Vista. It came with it.
Spλ
Spλ 18 दिन पहले
It was shit
D B
D B 18 दिन पहले
Thanks for the great MS Vista look back. It's funny how I got to see tech move from a landline 56k modem to cable modems. I remember using Windows 3.1 when we all used MS Dos. Windows 10 has come a long way. I just love it.
billy ruiz
billy ruiz 18 दिन पहले
welcome im linus an idiot who tests old software on new hardware and claims it to not be a biased review ....no linus! win vista sucks i had 2 laptops and if u wnt ill send u one to prove just how bad the fking experience was u troll
Ducknoodle
Ducknoodle 19 दिन पहले
The first Vista machine I worked on was so bugged by the UAC issue that none of the online solutions worked for it, I couldn't even reset it. I think that is the only PC I have ever given up on and said to take it back for a refund. (it was the same year they stopped shipping the OS disks)
Elijah Ford
Elijah Ford 20 दिन पहले
Windows 7! Windows 7!
uruk
uruk 20 दिन पहले
*OS idea club* No one: Windows developers: "An OS what makes your computer slower."
uruk
uruk 20 दिन पहले
7:41: WHO IS THAT GIRL!? *WHO IS SHE!?!?*
C u
C u 20 दिन पहले
I liked Vista had way over the specs it needed
Jake Paul Sucks
Jake Paul Sucks 20 दिन पहले
I remember back 2007 when had Windows Vista my gaming PC, it was crashing while I playing online games.
Charlie Blankenship
Charlie Blankenship 20 दिन पहले
Watching this on vista
Black Foxy
Black Foxy 20 दिन पहले
i love vista more than dat shitty windows me
WindowsChannelMorezky 29635 IND & ENG
WindowsChannelMorezky 29635 IND & ENG 21 दिन पहले
Yep , So Windows Vista Is S#!t
error404uzb
error404uzb 21 दिन पहले
Nice software is Zver DVD i like very nice support for application very nice to game olsu
Miguel Frontado R
Miguel Frontado R 21 दिन पहले
Vista breaks when you play solitaire. It can't even do solitaire well
Tyson Edwards
Tyson Edwards 22 दिन पहले
That's quite the wobbly monitor you got there
NoahBones 12
NoahBones 12 22 दिन पहले
I would take vista any day over Windows 8
AeroRed YT
AeroRed YT 23 दिन पहले
Lol, if you ask me, Windows 7 is just a copy of Windows Vista but with bug fixes and a new desktop.
HVideos
HVideos 23 दिन पहले
Windows Vista was terrible but it lead the way for Windows 7 which is one of the best Windows created
Joshua Xue
Joshua Xue 24 दिन पहले
Im watching this on windows vista... 1 Like= 1 prayer
Tuna The Pro
Tuna The Pro 25 दिन पहले
Maybe Vista needs more RAM to be installed like 8 GB
Charles Aiden De Leon
Charles Aiden De Leon 25 दिन पहले
i like the intro
Bill Johnson
Bill Johnson 25 दिन पहले
Only racists don’t like windows vista
Adryzz
Adryzz 26 दिन पहले
I had a very good gpu and vista runs today (with that hw) very smoothly and i think that oem pc werent enough powerful to load vista. If you think on netbooks with win10 they runs smoothly because there isnt Windows Aero. PEOPLE WANTS LOW COST PC RUNNING VERY HEAVY SOFTWARE. THAT IS IMPOSSIBLE THAT IS IMPOSSIBLE
MKN-002 Punk
MKN-002 Punk 24 दिन पहले
Adryzz *eBay has joined the chat*
Flipyap Crysis
Flipyap Crysis 26 दिन पहले
"Worst Windows launch ever." Hmmmm, I'm pretty sure Windows 10 is a contender....
Flipyap Crysis
Flipyap Crysis 26 दिन पहले
I think I was one of the only people that loved Vista. I still love Vista, it was a badass OS to me back in the day.
REALDualDesertEagle
REALDualDesertEagle 26 दिन पहले
I'll stick with Windows 7 as long as I can or until there's a new PROPER Windows. And if Microsoft keeps making crap like Windows 10 I might aswell switch to Linux and run a virtual Windows just for gaming.
Strawcolate
Strawcolate 26 दिन पहले
yes lol
Mr Banana
Mr Banana 26 दिन पहले
Back before this were being optimised for touch screens. Also, I had Windows me, so maybe that's why I don't feel so salty about it
Darrell Beard
Darrell Beard 26 दिन पहले
You're right, Vista was ahead of it's time. Because of Vista, I learned more cuss words sooner than I should have!
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