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Links 1 through 10 of 53 by Simon Phipps tagged Windows

While it's not a surprise it works, it's good to see proof.

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While it's not a surprise it works, it's good to see proof.

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"Android has gone through versions 1.6, 2.0, 2.1, and 2.2, with version 2.3 expected some time in the fourth quarter of the year, version 3.0 expected in early 2011, and version 4.0 rumored to ready some time around the middle of 2011.

Making the equivalent changes to Windows could take close to a decade. Working that slowly simply doesn't work anymore; technology and the world change too fast. "

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Roy is right - it's really bad practice for journalists to talk about security and usability issues on Windows as "computer issues" without pointing out they are on Windows. The same journalists call out Mac and Linux issues so they should also name (and shame) Windows when it's a problem on Windows.

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This piece from 1994 was mentioned in a message I received today and seems more relevant than ever - although it may be that "Google" now plays the role of "DOS" and it may be that the churchmanship involved for them is an evangelical house-church...

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It's bad enough to buy a product and be told by the manufacturer that you can't be trusted to have actually bought it so you must authenticate your purchase (usually with the surrender of your anonymity and privacy). To be told you are trusted so little you have to authenticate every three month is insulting. And to have the breakage installed silently by a mechanism you've been trusting to protect you is downright treacherous. I thought Microsoft was supposed to be changing for the better?

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And in case you had any doubts why they are so worried by OpenOffice.org and Google Docs that they are hiring staff to deal with them.

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While you can't take anything dangerous on to a plane in the US, you can certainly buy very worrying stuff in the on-board catalogue. This, for example, is a USB stick containing a rootkit and activity monitor. I note it doesn't work on a Mac.

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"Operating system: Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista (Apple Mac and Apple Mac PC Emulators are not supported)." To pass the UK driving test you are expected to be a Microsoft customer.

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"Did you wake up this morning and say "I wish someone would figure out a way to let me do less with my computer"? You've come to the right place! "

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