Loc: London, England
Micro$oft, according to the news, is going to release an XP update in the near future which addresses some of the current 'judicial appeal' issues. The M$ spin machine is working overtime! Does anyone really believe this crap? Gates always has an agenda.<br><br>"I used to think I was a paranoid dyslexic, know I now everyone is out to get me."<br><br><br>
Nope I do not.<br><br>MS is known for a front end picture that the public sees but the back end picture is completely different.<br><br>Even during MS anti trust suits front end, MS was producing web tools on the back end and selling them to clients which made their web sites Windows only.<br><br>Would I trust the worlds largest company. NO.<br><br>
I really can't argue this one... to me anyone that buys a Windows machine is an idiot... they just don't know it yet... see yoyo's G4 wins over a PC post...<br><br>John<br><br>Statistics are like a bikini. What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital.<br>-- Aaron Levenstein
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