Blogs Elsewhere! Microsoft are you Listening?

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Nor_Cal_Dale, Nov 13, 2006.

  1. Nor_Cal_Dale

    Nor_Cal_Dale Guest

    Hello Microsoft

    When I talked with Research and Development a few days ago. They tried to
    tell me they had not seen anything about the dual dial up box problems with
    IE7. Come on guys and gals, I found posts all over the net about this problem
    at Cnet and ZDnet and also just doing a Google on it. Do you have blinders on
    over there? The world does post other places besides Microsoft you know.
    Maybe you should surf arouns and see what the other blogs on the net are
    saying about this problem laiden program of IE7.

    We are not your test group here this time. You released this program as a
    ready upgrade to IE6 and even put it on the updates in our faces. I feel it
    was truly not ready to come out of beta for quite sometime. I have talked to
    numerous people who are computer savy and the are apauled at the early
    release of this program to let us suffer through the bugs. If we wanted the
    beta and unfinished version, we would have downloaded it much earlier.

    What are you offering us for our time and effort in being your testers and
    problem solvers for this crap program?

    Still Angry

    Nor_Cal_Dale, Nov 13, 2006
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  2. Nor_Cal_Dale

    NetFodder Guest

    Well, this is the microsoft site and if you have an issue and want MS to know
    about it you got to post it here. They can't spend all their time in everyone
    elses forums.

    On the other side, I'm all aboard. I seriously pissed off about this whole
    POS called ie7. I'm personally calling for the perverbial head of Dave Massy
    NetFodder, Nov 13, 2006
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  3. Nor_Cal_Dale

    Nor_Cal_Dale Guest


    For them to lie to me and say they have head of no such problems going on
    erks me big time. They try to make all of these problems sound as if they are
    something rare. Not happening to almost everyone who has downloaded what they
    called a ready for public program. Mac is sounding better all the time.

    Nor_Cal_Dale, Nov 14, 2006
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