3 posts • joined 26 Sep 2007
You'll never convince a bigot...
That Vista is a good thing.
Just save your breath, it's like arguing with someone who's just screaming at you and won't let you get a word in edgewise, there's nothing to prove or disprove because it's pointless. Linux Facists are like Mac Facists. Close-minded because they know there's not much to hold up their positions.
I've been using Vista since '06 and have of course seen it grow up, become more and more stable, and at first the interface threw me for a loop - but then again so did XP, and 2000, and 98, and 95, and 3.11, and 3.1, and 3.0, and 2.0, etc. etc. etc....
My biggest problems with my Vista customers have been due to antivirus programs "written for Vista" that simply do not work well at all within Vista. Only two that I've used have consistently worked quickly and had pretty good cleaning results. Nod32 was the best, and BitDefender Internet Security 2008 was a close runner up.
For what it's worth, I might as well be arguing with a brick wall but what the hell I threw my hat in!!!!
It's no wonder people say Europeans (esp. English) are so refined...
As a yank, I'll say I'm right jealous. It's no wonder we're viewed as such slovenly folk.
Three cheers for the spinal injuries. Most civilized!
A larger collection of altruistic asswipes won't be found....
Stupid girl trying to prove a point apparently hadn't realized that you do something that would obviously put fear into the hearts of people will get you smacked down.
I hope more morons from the free love generation strap on their own homemade circuit boards and play-doh mock explosive devices and rid the world of their pathetic whining puss-filled waste of space lives.
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