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From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-28 21:23:56 CET


Today I played around a little with Windows Vista (Feb CTP). The good
news is that TSVN will work on Vista.

The bad news however:
* the overlays look *really* ugly. They're almost not visible because
they're drawn way too small.
* the explorer is unusable. At least the way I'm used to. The left tree
view constantly collapses (hides itself). And the whole thing is way too
slow (*not* because of TSVN - it's slow even without it installed).

I may have a too slow computer here, but a 2GHz Pentium-M with 1GB RAM
isn't that bad either. Still I was never below 60% CPU usage, most of
the time at the limit. Ok, it's BETA, but MS will have to do a lot of
work in that area...


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