LOL<br><br>Seriously, though, I've used XP only a couple of times, and that prety briefly. My only lasting impression of it is that I'd suddenly entered a very badly done comic strip. Garish doesn't begin to describe it. And the stuff that gets taken care of in X by the Doc--I guess what Windows calls the Start menu and the bar where minimized apps end up--was just entirely too large on XP. It wasn't my computer (thank the lord!), so I didn't feel free to putz around with the interface, and don't know whether all that can be changed.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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I always laugh at the Windows XP boxes at the Computer stores... looks like someone sh!t a big pile of Skittles all over the screen... a real rainbow of colors - and the stupid store workers always have the resolution set to like 800x600 or 1024x768, so everything is real big and blurry!<br><br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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My dad has to use XP on his laptop for work, and it looked so ugly and gaudy. i made him change it back to classic mode so you get that nice ugly vintage windows look, which is much better than XP's look (that's just sad) <br><br>
I personally like the XP look. It's not as good as OSX, but it's better than older Windows's. What I hate about XP is that you can do anything from anywhere, which supposed to make the OS simpler to use, but they just confuse everything. Why would one send an e-mail from word directly? My mom just doesn't get it, and I don't blame her: "Son, where do I send mail from at the end of the day? Start menu, clipboard, word, outlook express, favourites, etc..?"<br><br>
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