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Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate / Retail
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I agree with FightThePowa in the sense that I don't see a point in upgrading from XP if your happy with it. I still feel that Windows 7 is a slow operating system compared with the days of XP. I can go downstairs and get a glass of water and be back up in time for it just to be ready to logon. For XP, I would leave my room and get to the 3 step of my staircase and it would be on the desktop. XP got 13 seconds for me, Windows 7 got 29. Quite a large difference. Vista however still got 44, so, its not that bad when you compare to Vista. For those who want a good upgrade from Vista, this is it. Its much better than it. XP Mode makes Ultimate and Professional very good, but if you want BitLocker this is the only one that provides it. I will not say its an upgrade you MUST have, because its not. I would go as far as saying, Windows Vista users should consider it, but XP users, if you stayed with it that long (like me) then perhaps a few more years of it won't hurt.
Still the OS deserves 4/5 stars for me because its smooth when you are actually running it. Its ideal for people who have just built a new computer (like moi).
Command & Conquer: The First Decade
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This collection of games was amazing. Back when i played c&c95 (second game i ever played) i realised that c&c was the series for me.
The day when i heard about this collection i was quite overjoyed. I really wanted to bring the whole collection together and this just did that.
C&c tiberium dawn - 10/10 (brilliant start)C&c red alert - 9/10 (decent continuity)C&c tiberium sun - 8/10 (a bit weird but still fun)C&c red alert 2 - 10/10 (brilliant and great longevity)C&c renegade - 10/10 (great for lans and great campaign)C&c generals - 6/10 (decent but not superb)
C&c 3 was no way as good as this collection. Generals in my opinion was the only major let down to this collection, but no the less, a good collection of games. If c&c goes back to how it was then, it will really make us all very happy.