What sensible person would use a service named Hotmail anyway? Yuck.
18 posts • joined 14 Feb 2008
"If the ISP's could monitor the upload traffic and warn users whose traffic exceeds normal use, then at least the user might be alerted to the fact that something is running that shouldn't be"
The only problem with this is that the majority of users would not have any idea how to deal with the problem, or even understand that there is a problem.
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Most of us have lives that go far beyond our computers and don't care about the minutia of what Microsoft is doing to increase its revenue stream and don't want to read the fine print of anything Remond releases.
We would like to purchase a computer and get on with our lives without having to try to figure out what meanings Microsoft has assigned to the words, "Ready" and "Capable." Either of which to the average consumer would mean it would run the freaking operating system.
"you can't put crap like Vista out when Mac and Linux are clearly superior."
Microsoft has been putting Windows up against Apple's offerings for years, and the Apple operating system and hardware platform were always far better than DOS/Windows/Intel.
Apparently, you can put crap like Vista out.
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