Talking Windows 7 Upgrade Media with Microsoft Commented on: 6 years ago (November 4, 2009) The moral from this is don't listen to Microsoft lawyers (like the gut who called everybody using upgrade media, thief) , talk to Microsoft engineers.
Early Morro shots leak Commented on: 6 years ago (June 16, 2009) I stopped using Symantec products after their Internet security suit finished last on comparative test of security products.
Is UAC broken in Windows 7? Commented on: 7 years ago (January 30, 2009) Dear Microsoft, Don't listen to those malcontents who say that Vista is crap and user unfriendly, those are Apple fan bois or other losers who NEVER used Vista. Now listen (for a change) to a Vista...
Welcome to the Windows 7 Beta Customer Preview Program Commented on: 7 years ago (January 9, 2009) Downloading 64 bit version at 480k from the link posted here. But page with keys redirects me to windows 7 home page :(
Recap of Microsoft CES announcements Commented on: 7 years ago (January 7, 2009) What do you think about apparent double speed of Windows 7 in comparison to Vista in this article http://tinyurl.com/9zg7jb
Windows 7 public beta in 2009 … as previously announced Commented on: 7 years ago (November 25, 2008) Paul, why are you wasting time on this jerk?
Dell 9 Mini running Windows 7 Commented on: 7 years ago (November 5, 2008) Is Microsoft interested in users wishes for Windows 7? For example I would gladly ditch iTunes if WMA supported podcasts?
Windows 7 Desktop Slideshow revealed Commented on: 7 years ago (November 4, 2008) Today it's desktop slideshow. Now I know why you went dressed up as a girl on Haloween. Why don't you switch to Mac, it is a perfect system for such a "girly men" like you (imagine that I pronounce...
Awesome Bar with small icons? Yes Commented on: 7 years ago (November 3, 2008) Paul you are changing into Windows equivalent of Mac fan boy. Small icons, who cares! I only care if its faster then Vista.
The five pillars of Windows 7 (Part 1: Specialized for Laptops) Commented on: 8 years ago (April 3, 2008) Will there be virtual desktops (ala Linux or Mac) for which I have been waiting since Windows XP?