Touring the Windows Vista Pavillion

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    quikboy

    Too bad that the trailers from the Internet TV section isn't high-res. I think a lot of Media Center owners have fancy HDTV's, and with trailers not doing HD, it might be hard to get a person back after being disatisified with MSN's low-res offerings.

    WLPG is great if you're just a simple user who wants to do some quick edits on photos, have a nice and easy place to view, rename files, add metadata, and other small things. But I think the editing tools are a bit primative in some areas, the UI is harder to modify, and a bunch of other little quirks I see. But I guess it is good for a free desktop product. Just wish there were an online version as well.

    The Vista pavillion looked interesting.

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    quikboy

    Too bad that the trailers from the Internet TV section isn't high-res. I think a lot of Media Center owners have fancy HDTV's, and with trailers not doing HD, it might be hard to get a person back after being disatisified with MSN's low-res offerings.

    WLPG is great if you're just a simple user who wants to do some quick edits on photos, have a nice and easy place to view, rename files, add metadata, and other small things. But I think the editing tools are a bit primative in some areas, the UI is harder to modify, and a bunch of other little quirks I see. But I guess it is good for a free desktop product. Just wish there were an online version as well.

    The Vista pavillion looked interesting.

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    quikboy

    Too bad that the trailers from the Internet TV section isn't high-res. I think a lot of Media Center owners have fancy HDTV's, and with trailers not doing HD, it might be hard to get a person back after being disatisified with MSN's low-res offerings.

    WLPG is great if you're just a simple user who wants to do some quick edits on photos, have a nice and easy place to view, rename files, add metadata, and other small things. But I think the editing tools are a bit primative in some areas, the UI is harder to modify, and a bunch of other little quirks I see. But I guess it is good for a free desktop product. Just wish there were an online version as well.

    The Vista pavillion looked interesting.

  • User profile image
    quikboy

    Too bad that the trailers from the Internet TV section isn't high-res. I think a lot of Media Center owners have fancy HDTV's, and with trailers not doing HD, it might be hard to get a person back after being disatisified with MSN's low-res offerings.

    WLPG is great if you're just a simple user who wants to do some quick edits on photos, have a nice and easy place to view, rename files, add metadata, and other small things. But I think the editing tools are a bit primative in some areas, the UI is harder to modify, and a bunch of other little quirks I see. But I guess it is good for a free desktop product. Just wish there were an online version as well.

    The Vista pavillion looked interesting.

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