OT PC Surgery
jdavisf8 at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 29 07:25:49 EDT 2009
I don't disagree with your points, John. I'm sure planned obsolescence is a scheme of industry. Convincing the buyers they're missing something by not updating is the roll of sales.
My wife was aggravated with Vista from the beginning due to it's agonizingly slow boot up. I asked her a day or two ago how she liked W7's boot up timing. Said she didn't know, "I just turn it on and go back in the kitchen and get a cup of coffee for awhile." Old habits..etc.. ;(
--- On Thu, 10/29/09, John Sessoms <jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> From: John Sessoms <jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com>
> Subject: Re: OT PC Surgery
> To: pdml at pdml.net
> Date: Thursday, October 29, 2009, 12:23 AM
> From: Jack Davis
> > Decided to check this thread after seeing it for a
> while now. I
> > installed Windows 7 this past week as I read , "it's
> simplicity and
> > elegance challenges that of the Mac". High praise
> indeed..I guess.
> > ;) Only difference I've noticed at this point is that
> I have to
> > reduce the pixel size of a image in order to post it
> as wallpaper on
> > my monitor. If not it is way too large. Wasn't
> necessary with Vista.
> > A benign tiny bother.
> I'm not "upgrading" to Windows 7. I've barely reached the
> point where I can tolerate Vista.
> Due to my background, i.e. where I came from into
> computing, how I got started, I do find Windows slightly
> more congenial than Mac, but that don't mean I like it.
> Micro$oft never seems to have understood the idea of "if it
> ain't broke, don't fix it." They, in fact, seem sometimes
> actively perverse, where they "break" things that worked
> just fine.
> It almost seems like it's an intentional introduction of
> forced incompatibility with previous versions. I thought
> they'd finally got it mostly right with XP, but it seems
> like every thing they did get right with XP, they went and
> changed in Vista.
> Wouldn't be a problem if it only affected Micro$oft's own
> software, but it screws around other things I need to use.
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