Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 30th Jul 2006 15:41 UTC, submitted by danwarne
Windows Vista has an inbuilt undelete system based on Windows Server 2003's versioning file system, Microsoft has revealed. The technology, which is automatically switched on in Vista, will be a boon for anyone who has accidentally overwritten their PhD thesis with a BPAY receipt.
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MonkeyPie
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2005-07-06

I think some people have completely and totally have misunderstood what I was saying. In NO WAY did I put Microsoft in a negative light here when it came to using the Recycle Bin. I was responding to the comment about Apple "stealing" the idea of Trash from Xerox. I merely said that Apple implemented the idea well before Microsoft did. I didn't even use the word "steal" anywhere in my comment.

The quote was from Windows USERS to Apple USERS. Not the companies themselves. I had heard this I don't know how many times and I wasn't even very old when I heard it.

In no way was my observation meant to be inflammatory, so why did I get modded down? And double standard? In what way is my comment a double standard?

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