Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 25th Sep 2007 12:28 UTC, submitted by stonyandcher
Windows Critics who blasted Microsoft three months ago for failing to deliver Windows Vista add-ons have again called the company on the carpet, this time for missing its self-imposed deadline to provide promised extras. In late June, bloggers and users were already panning Vista Ultimate Extras as a bust. Extras, available only to customers running the top-end Vista edition, was one of the features cited by Microsoft to distinguish the USD 399 operating system from its USD 239 cousin, Home Premium. Microsoft's online marketing, for instance, touted Extras as 'cutting-edge programs, innovative services, and unique publications' that would be regularly offered to Ultimate users.
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RE[2]: Ultimate cd's
by MNKyDeth on Tue 25th Sep 2007 16:24 UTC in reply to "RE: Ultimate cd's"
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Using a clients computer wich has XP on it and it doesn't seem to use tab completion. Guess there is someplace to enable it.
You must also realize my post was a joke and a poke at vista. Yes I have vista on another comp as I had to learn it in order to fix it at my job.
I'm just thankfull my job allows me to use any OS I want whenever I want to do my job. My job is stupid easy as long as I can use Linux or BSD. Make me use MS OS's and then I would have to actually work.

Never used a mac OS so I cannot comment on those.

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