You know how many of you feel so lost in Linux? Well... I feel the same way in XP. It is so clunky and unintuitive. Usually when I install XP for someone I get it to the point where it boots properly and load the codecs and any on-board firmware or driver requirements. Then it is theirs. Even that is a real chore compared to Linux. But to try to use it to do anything useful with, or configure it to my liking. Well... I finally gave up and will let it rest for a while until I get my patience back.
I just can't imagine having to use it on a daily basis to get any real work done. You long time Windows users/gurus are a lot smarter than this old dumb country boy. I can tell you that!
Oh well, just wanted to share my latest experience with Microsoft and Windows with you.
and that scary registry thing
Fred wrote:piratesmack wrote:and that scary registry thing
Hummm... registry thing? You mean I have to register it somewhere first? Like you would for a particularly dangerous weapon or vicious dog? Maybe that is what I did wrong. Does this have to be done before you can purchase or use it? Do you get a certificate or license or something as proof that you are allowed to use it?
Anybody got a telephone number for the CIA, FBI, or where ever this has to be done?
piratesmack wrote:What the hell's a HKEY_CURRENT_USER
What the hell's a HKEY_CURRENT_USER
viking777 wrote:What the hell's a HKEY_CURRENT_USER
Let me explain. Windows is so slow and bloated that if you leave it running for long the keyboard become hot and that uses lots of current. QED
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