Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 22nd Nov 2011 21:39 UTC
Windows The Windows 8 blog has a post about the improvements in Windows 8's installation process. "For Windows 8, our goal was to continue to improve reliability while also improving the installation experience and raw performance. Not only did we want it to be rock solid, but also faster and easier to use." Thankfully, the features us geeks like are still there.
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RE[7]: "us geeks?"
by BluenoseJake on Thu 24th Nov 2011 13:50 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: "us geeks?""
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I am not ultra defensive, I am offended by your statements, you don't know me, but you feel free to judge me by the fact that I buy some of the software I use?

I am offended by the fact that you somehow believe that proprietary software can be compared to owning slaves.

I don't care what India uses to run it's servers, either way, it's their choice. I don't have a say, and don't pretend to.

I don't have a problem with OSS, I use OSS software. I also don't have a problem with Closed Software, people have the right to choose how they distribute their products.

As a thought experiment, try to think what the world would be like if everyone could eat 3 squares a day, and had a roof over their head, and everyone could read.

Perspective. Get some.

Edited 2011-11-24 13:57 UTC

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