windows7 seems slower than vista in regard to human interaction with the user interface, in vista if i made control panel a menu it would come up near instantly.in win 7 i am not using the full amount of installed ram, but would win 7 tell me the amount of ram i have available for use before or after it has made its allocations. why does windows 7 load for mundane interaction with the interface?is this a 64 bit os issue and a lack of proper implementation to human interaction with gui, or are there options that make w7 as snappy as vista/xp? is there some way i can allocate the other 5-6oo megs of ram than is unavailable? and doubting this will change how fast tables and columns load within w7 jumpboard, are there non registry tweaks or occultic options im missing that makes the experience feel like its less of an action of user interface and more that of computer compiling? please reply if im not the only person who finds 64b optimization at the detriment of the user by means of the creator.this is kinda slow and pretty and not fast efficient.