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Old 16th July 2009, 02:55 PM
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Compiz in F10 vs F11

Hi guys, ive seen similar posts about the above topics, but not what ive been through really.
I have the intel 915gm family gpu in my laptop, and most people reported having alot of problems with compiz in both f10 and f11 in terms of lag and nautilus crashing/lagging and such, but it works fine for me by defualt in f10, even before updating, but is horrible in f11, any idea what i can do?
...also btw the battery monitor keeps telling my there's no battery life ie "your battery may be broken etc"
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