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Old 23-09-2003, 07:05 PM   #1
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I hate windows!!!! OK back to Maya. Just had to say it after 30 minutes of windows "hot bar" bull****
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What is the "Hot Bar"?
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Old 23-09-2003, 10:27 PM   #3
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If you clicked on an icon that said 'hot bar follow this link' I should warn you that may not be a windows thing.
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Ok, dont insult my windows. Windows rocks. And wtf is a hot bar? I have never heard of this. And if it is infact Windows, then your computer is messed up, because Windows runs AWSOME on my comp.
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Hotbar is an Addon for Internet Explorer that DOESNT not come with windows... all it does is puts a picture in the background of IE's buttons.... that's it..

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If you put it on, YOUR FAULT, if it got put on because you dont know what your doing, YOUR FAULT. LEAVE MY WINDOWS ALONE. lol, not yelling, i just love windows. I dont get why people hate it.
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because Windows runs AWSOME on my comp
Sounds nasty. It's probably a trojan.
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Yea the AWESOME computer virus tricks the user into thinking that Windows isnt buggy parp
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hmmmm!!! I downloaded SP3 then it asked me to download some security patches. When I said yes then "hot bar thing got downloaded" I tell you it looks nasty. I used "noaderaser" to finally delete it.
I say again microsoft sucks :-)
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hmmmm!!! I downloaded SP3 then it asked me to download some security patches.
SP3? Then it was on your system for quite a while? Why not just grab SP4 (as it sounds like you're on Win2k), which is the latest and greatest?

I upgrades individually, and didn't receive anything from MS other than the SP (well, and the bugs they intend for you to have). If you use a DA, could it have been something dealing with them?
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I dont get why noone likes Microsoft either. If anything you should bow to your leaders They could own your soul if they wanted. Rich bas**rds!

However, Windows does not suck, Linux sucks, Windows is the best cos its compatible with everything. Mac isn't, Linux isn't. I hate the fact everyone is like "OMG MY COMPUTER JUST CRASHED WINDOWS SUCKS AND IS BUGGY!!!!!!!!!111" Windows crashes because sure there is bugs, if any of you are coders, you will find bugs in your apps.
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Closing this post now, the question has been asked and answered and I just can't be bother to wait until someone else comes along and posts something even more idiotic in this thread.

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