On Mon, 15 May 2006 07:12:07 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> That being the case, Windows should not be distributed for use over the
> Internet. Firewalls don't cut the deal. If a new O/S gets built from
> scratch to accommodate for a multi-use, secure model, that will be a
> different scenario. At present, neither XP not Vista are ready for the
> Net. They call it "people-ready" in TV ads, but it is by no means secure
> or "Net-ready".
Personally, I don't see how Windows has lasted as long as it has. Any
other product with the track record of Windows would have been pulled from
the market years ago.
To think people actually pay for that crap. They should pay people to use
it! Call it Hazard Pay.
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