Originally posted by Gregg Bolinger:
Wow, Jason and I agree for once!! Mark it down.
Originally posted by Angela Poynton:
However, i want to go back to my last point. "i want it to be as stress free as it can possibly be." Which aside from usability means I want it to be reliable.
I don't want it to just freeze and require a rebot when I'm right in the middle of typing a long document (or some code).
I don't want it to for some inexplicable reason every 6 months or so decide "Oh, I'm going to frighten the life out of her and tell her some system files have gone missing or something is wrong with the hard disk and she'll have to (if she's lucky) use DOS to rescue whatever data she can (of course only using 1.44MB disks cos i can't run the CDRW software) and format the hard disk and completely reinstall EVERYTHING.
Originally posted by Michael Ernest:
It's a lousy OS for serious use.
REAL competition, guys, is about producing a "better" product, however you measure that.[/B]