MS announces Windows 7

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by karl mcgruber, Apr 5, 2008.

  1. karl mcgruber, Apr 5, 2008
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    Frank Guest

    He did? That's news to the world!

    with the announcement
    7 is old news.
    Frank, Apr 5, 2008
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    Alias Guest

    Is it a coincidence that the time between Me and XP is about the same as
    Vista and 7? I hardly think so. MS pushed out Vista so the suckers of
    the world like Frank would buy it just like they did with Me. How many
    copies of Me did you buy, Frank?

    Alias, expecting Frank's usual lies, profanity, insults, empty threats
    and bluster and no refutation.
    Alias, Apr 5, 2008
  4. On Sat, 5 Apr 2008 08:17:30 -0700, "karl mcgruber" <skywagon
    Fast forward 100 years:

    Bill Gates III, offspring of original founder Bill Gates announced
    Windows 24, code named Titan. The new "improved" Windows will require
    at least 220 TB to install and comes on a set of 12 Gold Ray discs
    (successor of Blue Ray). Install time is estimated to be only 4 days.
    Price is expected to in the area of $2000 for home version.

    Asked about tougher licensing requirements the latest Gates quipped
    that it isn't true that you still have to give up your first born
    before their fifth birthday saying two years service once they turn 18
    should be a workable solution for most families.

    Gates went on to say that the encoded spying built into Windows for
    decades will now be somewhat cut back, no longer recording every
    keystroke and sending back volumous reports to Microsoft on every
    application you use and logs of every newsgroup, forum discussion and
    web pages you visit. Gates when pressed admitted major spying will
    still take place but only in the interests of protecting Microsoft
    who's assets now total 54 trillion dollars, with the stock price still
    stuck around $30 or what it was in 2008.

    Questioned why Microsoft needs such capital reserves, Gates said it is
    related to "security" and he is continuing plans to install automated
    spy cameras on every street corner in America. Gates continued that
    their private security force now estimated to be two million stronger
    will cut back neighborhood patrols and while Congress in 2025 gave
    Microsoft unlimited rights to stop citizens and search their person,
    cars and homes without cause for suspected unlicensed versions of
    Windows and other Microsoft software, Gates pledged that his security
    forces would restrain from using lethal force (except where necessary)
    when making traffic stops and Microsoft plans to cut back night raids
    where no more than 50 million searches per year for unlicensed copies
    of Windows is conducted randomly after midnight.

    In other news Apple now proudly claimed 8% market share while Lynix
    claims 9% market share.
    Adam Albright, Apr 5, 2008
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    kevpan815 Guest

    Who Cares, I Will Be Running Open Source Linux Ubuntu 8.04 Long Term Support
    Release 2 Web On Thursday, April 24th, 2008, Just FYI. New Ubuntu Releases
    Occur Every 6 Months, Also Just FYI. I Am Alias #2, Also Just FYI.
    kevpan815, Apr 5, 2008
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    groovy Guest

    I have thought of the method of posting a reply after my own posts with the
    same profanities and insults frank makes and sign it as frank...

    I know its comming, so why not save him time and effort? lol
    groovy, Apr 6, 2008
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    Guest Guest

    My Doctor Told Me To Tell You That I Shouldn't Be Like Alias Because Alias
    Is A Sheep Lover And Ubuntu Lover And He Is Stupid. Just FYI. I Am Stupid
    Also And Don't Want To Be Stupider. Just FYI
    Guest, Apr 6, 2008
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    none Guest

    Ding Dong, Just FYI.
    none, Apr 6, 2008
  9. Hello. Anybody there? Honey, did someone ring the door bell? Just FYI.
    Nope, I think the Republican Right Wing Wacko is on the prowl. Just FYI
    Never An Imposter, Apr 6, 2008
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    ClueLess Guest

    Seeing all the comments in the websites and forums, initially I also
    put the CD in the bottom drawer. Later I read lots of sites, much
    information at Axel's site, I installed ME again and once I removed
    the problem items, put in IE6 I ended up with something very good. In
    fact I have a totally customized install including access to DOS. I
    have had no crashes, I edit lots of audio and video.

    And I am using it for several years on different computers with nary a


    Thanks for your time and attention

    ClueLess, Apr 9, 2008
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