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Old 21-10-2002, 09:28 PM   #1
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yeah, this is just horrible. i'm staying with 2000.

http://www.tech-critic.com/modules.p...rder=0&thold=0
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Old 21-10-2002, 09:41 PM   #2
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yep that is truly nasty!!!

the first thing i done was go to properties and set my xp for "classic 2000 look" as the default cow field is ugly
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i don't like how it takes up like 1/5 of your screen with this HUGEASS clock in the sidebar.

and it probably crashes harder than your average ValuJet flight.

supposedly, the next version of windows (after this) will be subscription-based. you pay microsoft to store your files and to use their programs over a very high-speed internet...that's worse than rape.
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Old 21-10-2002, 09:53 PM   #4
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Mein god! That is truly nasty!

This qualifies for a "When Microsoft Designers Attack" documentary.

Hell, you´d expect they would try to level themselves a bit with Apple and their OSX, but no, they just have to go for the shitty-microsoft-does-not-care-since-we´ll-bundle-the-thing-anyway-in every-frigging-computer-from-here-to-2020 attitude.

Hell no! 2000 all the way for me ... and now I´m pissed off ... shouldn´t have opened this thread, it´s a designer pisser. Hehe
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sorry man...didn't mean to upset anyone.

goes to show that all the *good* designers are busy working for other companies.
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sorry man...didn't mean to upset anyone.
Lol man! I´m just joking, I mean the thing is ugly already but don´t worry´, I suppose Bill likes it.
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i figured...but it really is ugly enough to actually piss someone off.
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What's the difference between this and XP? I'll stick with my win2k...that is until Linux gets full pro audio support...then I'm out of here

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*resists urge to join thread in defence of MS and XP*
*whistles instead*
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*yuch, puke, cough, hrrr...*
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