Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 20th Mar 2007 10:26 UTC
Windows Windows Vista has had something of a troubled birth. Hyped features were pulled, and the project as a whole took far longer to complete than expected, partly due to standing still while MS dropped everything to work on WinXP Service Pack 2, but in part also due to a decision to "reset" and scrap much of the new development. This has led some commentators to dub the project a "train wreck."
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RE[3]: Sure it's a pretty face
by SterlingNorth on Tue 20th Mar 2007 23:19 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Sure it's a pretty face"
SterlingNorth
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2006-02-21

"why do you need to resize your windows often enough to want alternatives ways to achieve resizing?"

Well, gee what if a too small window opens up at the bottom of the screen? Now it is a two-step process of moving a window up and then accessing the single resize handle to make the window bigger.

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