I just found this option Thank God!!!! (and Jive)
Don't be a tease, where ?.
I think it's on "Preferences" -> "general preferences" in the profile.
Look for "hidden activity rules".
EDIT: Actually, i am not sure if this is it. i mean, how do you create the rules ?
Saw that,there's probably some HowTo in Jive help.
Ahhhhh.... yes !
Going to check my eyes then.
Yup, very nice to be able to hide troll threads.
And pass up an opportunity for a good 'ol troll hunt and miss all the fun ?
I'll leave all the threads pertaining to Windows 10 and some very old graphics card to you then
Well, it's not that i use an old card on windows 10 to...., oh wait...
.... bummer !
I just wonder why people hold on to their old old hardware like they're made of solid platinum. I'm willing to bet these are the same people who have, in the same time period, had at least two cell phones. I mean heck, there's threads on here about people wanting X1000 series cards to have Windows 10 support...I'm really starting to wonder how many of these are nVidia fanboy trolls...
They couldn't update to 8/8.1 for free.
I bet an HD4870 could run flawlessly on Windows 10... given the official software support by AMD.
Isn't dx9 and dx10 api games (a BIG library, including AAA mainstream games like FIFA) supported on windows 10 ? Do i absolutely need to have a dx11 and above gpu to install the new OS and run my current hardware setup ? Do i need a shiny dx12 card ? If my motherboard is ticking, do i have to throw it away as well ?
I have personally installed Windows 10 (along with up to date chipset/ sata drivers) on netbook and laptops that are 5-10+ year old. One was designed for XP...
I understand your thinking though.
A real dedicated gamer that is not plagued by poverty (which is an awful thing on its own and is not to be taken lightly) can probably afford to buy a low-mid class new generation gpu card in at least a mid-term period of time, after a bit of scheduling and planning.
For most of the other categories of users, especially the really casual ones, upgrading the hardware is as slow a process as going from XP to something... else.
And sure, there are trolls everywhere... just enough to satisfy my appetite, he he he.
It's about WDDM support, and the HD 4000 series doesn't have the required level, so if anything blame Microsoft for their strict enforcement.
I'm not even thinking about gamers. People who do nothing but maybe Facebook games can easily get by with a $10 HD 5450, which is much more powerful than the X1000 series cards people are asking about. DirectX 12 isn't going to add THAT much performance, especially as long as games are still coded like garbage and take multiple massive patches to fix.
"can easily get by with a $10 HD 5450, which is much more powerful than the X1000 series cards people are asking about."
Ummm...... pretty sure they are trolls.
The ones who keep this relics will probably know by now how to experiment with modding the drivers to support...., nahhhh, they are trolls.
Especially when you can get a good APU setup for $200.
I love the ones who get a answer, then post another one asking the same thing hoping for a different answer.
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