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The NEXT Window upgrade, is constant change worth it?Posted Wednesday, December 15, 2010, at 10:09 AM
I know that improvements are usually for the better, but I am starting to get both frustrated and irritated at all the Windows versions coming out. I was just pulled screaming and shouting into the Windows 7 platform and now they are introducing 8.
Windows XP has been our workhorse for years and in my opinion, a reliable one. Maybe some of the new games need extra this or that but develop something for them and leave the bulk of us alone.
If my main contact management software had not succumbed to Windows 7, I would have never changed. In fact, I am writing this on an XP version. Windows 7 has started to 'freeze' and I don't know if I have solved it, so I keep two computers going.
And my new contact management software? It looks different and I have to think where they hid things but it is functionally no better for me. I never used the whiz-bangs anyway.
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