Windows Vista SideShow technology enables laptop manufacturers to include a secondary or auxiliary display in future laptop designs. This display can be used to easily view the critical information you need, whether the laptop is on, off, or in sleep mode. The convenience provided by these auxiliary displays will save time and battery life by allowing you to quickly view meeting schedules, phone numbers, addresses, and recent e-mail messages without having to start up your laptop.
?? Not really.. The graphics are all changed, It looks more like a KDE enviorment to me..It's really like Windows XP.
Does anyone know why I can't get the background image of that link's page ?dduardo said:You can find the new site here:
Microsoft seems to set on the whole glass look because they have plenty of screenshots.
That wouldn't be patting intel's back by making everyone by $2,000 systems to use it, now would it?Nothing000 said:Why would it have to be slower? It seems to me that they could make it faster than XP.