Constant FREEZES and no infections

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by I.C. Greenfields, Feb 11, 2009.

  1. I.C. Greenfields

    Questor Guest

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    I replied, the same as you did previously, to the addresses already
    appearing on the address bar.

    Questor
     
    Questor, Feb 14, 2009
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  2. I.C. Greenfields

    MICHAEL Guest

    Agreed. Using Windows 7, now.

    It's a shame Microsoft didn't listen to the throng
    of beta testers for Vista that told them- UAC was too
    annoying, too many times. That Windows Mail sucked.
    It was slower for a lot of users. File copying/moving was
    slow for many. The different versions hitting the shelves
    all at once would be confusing. Vista "capable", "ready"
    and whatever confusing terms used for computers was a
    terrible idea.

    I and many others in this very forum said it numerous times,
    that people were going to hate UAC. Regardless of whether it's
    "good" for them or not.

    Worse, they actually did listen and knew, but did nothing about
    these things. Except, push an unpolished Vista out the door.
    In this digital age- word got out quickly and Vista was trashed,
    and did not live up to Microsoft's expectations for sales.
    It got so bad, they had those absolutely horrible Jerry Seinfeld
    commercials. Do they actually test market anything? And
    actually listen to the feedback? They might finally being doing that
    with Windows 7. About time.


    -Michael
     
    MICHAEL, Feb 15, 2009
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  3. I.C. Greenfields

    Questor Guest

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    That is definitely NOT the point. If someone includes several
    newsgroups in the question, it is common courtesy to reply to those same
    groups. Why cut a particular newsgroup out in your answer - which might
    benefit a person watching just that ONE newsgroup?

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    Questor, Feb 15, 2009
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