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flarn2006

What is your favorite visual style? (XP)

Favorite Visual Style  

30 members have voted

  1. 1. What is your favorite visual style?

    • Windows XP Style
      2
    • Windows Classic Style
      8
    • Royale (Media Center style)
      6
    • Other (third-party) visual style
      14
  2. 2. Is this the one you are using at the time of voting?

    • Yes
      23
    • No
      7


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flarn2006    0

As I said in the description, I prefer Windows Classic, even though that's not technically a visual style. And yes, I'm using it right now. I can't vote though, because I created the poll.

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I don't really prefer any. Unless you're using a 486 there are no performance penalties for using themes, if you turn them off and disable the themes service you might save a few K but that's it. At the moment I am using classic, less bubbly and toolbars take up slightly less space but for the first month of the install I had the XP theme just because I hadn't bothered to turn it off.

XP looks fine in classic but Windows Vista looks so horrible in classic IMO that I never use it. Besides, Aero is actually worth having themes turned on for.

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