- I think that it means that the build is stable when compared to other builds... Of course, stability itself depends on a variety of factors (think Windows Vista and early drivers), so I do not know if that should belong in the article. (Maza (talk) 19:32, 24 August 2014 (BST))
Adding info about how to enable Aero
Not sure if should it be added here or in Windows/Visual Styles/Aero, but I think this is something that could be really useful for some users searching how to enable Aero.
I want to remark the fact that BetaWiki already has something like this, and I'd like to avoid any similarities between this suggested addition and the BetaWiki's article about it.
Right now I'm trying to figure out the basic steps to enable Aero so that I could write the article by myself (and then anybody who feels that it needs changes could make them), but I need some feedback. — Preceding unsigned comment added by SistemaRayoXP (talk • contribs)
- SistemaRayoXP, if the guide is specific to a particular build (like this one), then I would put it in the build page itself, and a link placed to this page in the main Aero page. X010 (talk) 23:28, 15 May 2019 (BST)
Why the new subpage?
@MCpillager we don't need a half-filled subpage for enabling Aero, you could have included it in the main page. I suggest you to move it to the main page. -SistemaRayoXP (Tlajomulco, Jalisco, MX) (talk) 16:12, 17 May 2019 (BST)