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common! There's not even a real visual change. The Help and Support Center is entirely HTML-based and takes advantage of a technology called Support Automation Framework (SAF), that can show support information from the internet, allows collecting data for It's not like we'd be without all those features if it weren't for ME. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_ME

i still prefer my method. as for the Movie Maker hating, WMM is actually pretty decent for little things, but coupled with fledgling DVD Maker…. Manchester_United Where is Windows 2000? I got Vista on the PC when I bought it (Point 1) I started that folder (called learning stuff) with just a few files and never accessed it, just saving into

  • Even worse, I know people who do this and think that its cool.
  • Will never crash and you can keep it going for months without a reboot. (sounds like a fantasy to me but we will see).What does this mean?
  • solved Ultimate Windows 98/DOS Gaming PC solved i have a windows 7 laptop and can NOT figure out why it will not connect to ANY wifi at all it dont even
  • New TCP/IP Stack: Ok this one you can have a point for.
  • It probably could have been called Windows 98 third edition.
  • geeks are not in their business model!

Windows 1:0. 1 < 1:0, 1:1, 1:2, etc z4i Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 is a lost direction in their development. When Microsoft announced its newest operating system last year, the surprise was not that it was coming, but that Windows would be skipping version 9 and heading straight to 10. since we have some business tools that were in compiled basic. Users can now monitor items such as Connection Speeds, Bytes Received or Transmitted / Second.

One day (two years ago), someone brought in their laptop with Windows 8. Image Preview: who cares. Honestly, I have not seen any application use that feature since 95, back when AOL was around. like less than a year?

i too am always amazed at the ms bashers. The way I see the pattern is: Win98se to Me - Win98SE matured and larger installbase WinXP to Vista - WinXP matured and huge install base Win7 = a matured Windows By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. A fond walk down memory lane, that was.

corrupt System32: he was being sarcastic. Office XP was the last version of Microsoft Office to be compatible with Windows ME. People whom use the computer less than an hour a day. first thing i do with any version of windows is to install mks toolkit to give me unix shells.

Show more Loading... If the command-line remains the best user interaction we're clearly doing something wrong. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 3, 2003 5:36 AM PST In reply to: Re:Windows ME is no more. (for me.) 1. Be QUIET customers… we're busy clearing all these trees so that we can find the forest! ‘Tis Moi Rescued??

what a boring feature… yes i know it had to start somewhere but transition periods are always hard/boring and everyone want's to forget them. from this perespective (which is mine also) winME was nothing more but an error from MS Reply Steve says: March 20, 2008 at 10:58 pm I disagree with this OS being It had serious architectural memory issues and that did it for me. Bill says: April 8, 2008 at 1:50 pm I still use ME, and have since 2000.

what for? It's a strong-sounding version number -- and it's also a neat way of distancing it from Windows 8, which Microsoft really wants to bury in the living room couch cushions when From a 5.8-inch OLED display, reports of wireless charging and even a 3D scanner for facial recognition, it's all here.

I don't think this is fair at all.

Reply Jock B says: March 18, 2008 at 9:19 pm I too used Me for a while, from about when it first came out 'till around 2003. So basically their effort to be crafty is just shooting themselves in the foot. I would prefer if MS improve and keep the architecture of the last original Windows (XP) and release a new version of it and called Windows Classic or whatever. Although, I find it ironic that people consistence bashing Windows, while there are SO MANY other short life span program that come out every year with additional upgrade cost…etc.

besides, what about all the m$ developers that might need some of those tools? Bundled games: That are free on the internet and still no one plays USB Mass Storage generic driver: Point 2 and that's all you get. Gary Anderson "Presenting Windows 9,,, 10, D'oh." Isn't "Nintendo" already copyrighted? (Somebody make a political cartoon of that, please.) MS wants to ‘literally' distance themselves from their Windows 8 disaster as Me and now XP, don't know if I will bother with Vista as rumours persist of the next version not being too far in the future.

Well, file-explorer sort-of uses windows… Though that is just split-screens, one for the file-tree. i rekon im gonna go buy windows 2000.o yeah- nincompoo, if you hate us geeks so much then why r u at the site dumbass - by techy dude win-me is