Windows, You Are Dead to Me

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Today I’m delivering the last PC Box in my home to my brother-in-law. May God have mercy on him.

5 Comments Windows, You Are Dead to Me

  1. kennl@comcast.net

    I have to say, David, that I think that starting with XP. experiences of this type have diminished. My encounters with the dreaded BSOD lessened with each windows release – 2000 then xp through xp sp2. That being said, I’ve only had experience with one box running Vista, and that’s been an unqualified disaster.

    No, I’m a switcher, and firmly in the MAC camp. But….corporate life being what it is, being a switcher wouldn’t be possible without programs like bootcamp, parallels or fusion that allow me to do “double duty” in the windows world.

    Seems like we MAC users are “having it all”, as they say.

    Kenny

    Reply
  2. kennl@comcast.net

    I have to say, David, that I think that starting with XP. experiences of this type have diminished. My encounters with the dreaded BSOD lessened with each windows release – 2000 then xp through xp sp2. That being said, I’ve only had experience with one box running Vista, and that’s been an unqualified disaster.

    No, I’m a switcher, and firmly in the MAC camp. But….corporate life being what it is, being a switcher wouldn’t be possible without programs like bootcamp, parallels or fusion that allow me to do “double duty” in the windows world.

    Seems like we MAC users are “having it all”, as they say.

    Kenny

    Reply
  3. kennl@comcast.net

    I have to say, David, that I think that starting with XP. experiences of this type have diminished. My encounters with the dreaded BSOD lessened with each windows release – 2000 then xp through xp sp2. That being said, I’ve only had experience with one box running Vista, and that’s been an unqualified disaster.

    No, I’m a switcher, and firmly in the MAC camp. But….corporate life being what it is, being a switcher wouldn’t be possible without programs like bootcamp, parallels or fusion that allow me to do “double duty” in the windows world.

    Seems like we MAC users are “having it all”, as they say.

    Kenny

    Reply
  4. kennl@comcast.net

    I have to say, David, that I think that starting with XP. experiences of this type have diminished. My encounters with the dreaded BSOD lessened with each windows release – 2000 then xp through xp sp2. That being said, I’ve only had experience with one box running Vista, and that’s been an unqualified disaster.

    No, I’m a switcher, and firmly in the MAC camp. But….corporate life being what it is, being a switcher wouldn’t be possible without programs like bootcamp, parallels or fusion that allow me to do “double duty” in the windows world.

    Seems like we MAC users are “having it all”, as they say.

    Kenny

    Reply
  5. kennl@comcast.net

    I have to say, David, that I think that starting with XP. experiences of this type have diminished. My encounters with the dreaded BSOD lessened with each windows release – 2000 then xp through xp sp2. That being said, I’ve only had experience with one box running Vista, and that’s been an unqualified disaster.

    No, I’m a switcher, and firmly in the MAC camp. But….corporate life being what it is, being a switcher wouldn’t be possible without programs like bootcamp, parallels or fusion that allow me to do “double duty” in the windows world.

    Seems like we MAC users are “having it all”, as they say.

    Kenny

    Reply

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