Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 18th Sep 2007 19:58 UTC, submitted by Adam S
Windows "Before I launch into my tirade, I need to make a confession. I like Vista. I use it daily, but I also use it with the full knowledge that it's a pre-service pack 1 OS from the boys in Redmond. That necessarily means it will have glitches, bugs, and annoyances. That's a given. I'm willing to put up with all those headaches. But there were several things I was really looking forward to in Vista that are simply missing in action or broken. These are features I'd really hope would improve my productivity and make life a little easier."
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RE[2]: Atypical user experience
by MrSidecar on Thu 20th Sep 2007 06:35 UTC in reply to "RE: Atypical user experience"
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The curious thing is, he *SHOWS* the display that tells him where most of his system crashes are coming from, yet didn't take the 15 seconds to find out what dthtml.exe is, and get rid of it (appears to be MagicTune, a Samsung application)

Unfortunately, he canīt get rid of explorer.exe that easily...

Itīs actually funny that Reliability Monitor lists explorer.exe and svchost.exe as APPLICATION FAILURES. Correct me if Iīm wrong, and I know that the OS is not to be mixed up with the file manager, but the ONE thing that average users identify with the OS immediately (like, on first contact) is the file-manager, innit?

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