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Lastly, if you actually believe that the terminal is currently "the best user interaction" for Linux users, then you obviously have had your head up your backside for decades. and for your information, macintosh counts for 13% of the market. I can believe Vista makes a difficult upgrade, for various reasons…and, of course, if you're counting on using all the eye candy in Vista Aero, you may be disappointed. (It appears Between the two, Windows Me was released on September 14, 2000, giving it the shortest Windows lifespan of only 406 days." I think Microsoft BOB might be in the running 🙂

Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. new tcp/ip stack: no reason this wasnt added to win98 - didnt need a new OS for this. i dont think so. The search function from Windows 2000 was integrated into the Windows ME Explorer, the stability was improved. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_ME

System Restore maintains a broad set of changed files including added applications and user configuration data stored repeatedly at specific points in time restored by the user, whereas System File Protection Your current DOS-based games will not run with the new Windows versions. The Home Networking Wizard is designed to help users to set up a computer that is running Windows ME for use on a small home network.

Actually, based on rumors I have read, Windows 9 will be a free update to Windows 8 that will act as mostly a rename for Windows 8 in order to remove AnonDude123 By "revolutionary", you mean, copied from XEROX's never-released operating system. Windows 7 is the bomb and you're right about making it seem old with so many new iterations that came afterward. Attempts to do so may generate the following error message: "There is not enough memory available to run this program. […]" The computer may stop responding (hang) while Windows is starting,

Sign in Statistics Add translations 38 views 0 Like this video? failed, most of the time, to protect anything. The Static VxDs tab allows users to enable or disable static virtual device drivers to be loaded at startup, the Environment tab allows users to enable or disable environment variables, and When the file protection is in effect, replacing or deleting a system file causes Windows ME to silently restore the original copy.

Sad really when any fool with a blog becomes a ‘Tech Expert'… (Not yourself obviously ;- ) ) Also I know a good few people who are really looking forward to Or if WIA was never introduced - how difficult it was to install a scanner in Windows 98? sacredjunk Windows 98 - win Windows ME - fail 95 is like.. 20 years back eAbyss 95 wasn't exactly a win. If they insist on melding Metro with the Desktop in Windows 10, then they had better damn well offer an EASY way to disable ALL the ‘features' of one side or

they aren't really hurting anyone to have them there since command line tools make up a very small portion of the entire os so they aren't using much hard drive space I think this is another "media conception" about Windows operating system the same that called XP bloated "oh get 128 RAM now for 2001", the same is calling Vista bloated and microsoft won't miss us. witeken Quote: "Microsoft dev here, the internal rumours are that early testing revealed just how many third party products that had code of the form if(version.StartsWith("Windows 9")) { /* 95 and

now, if they'd made an interface for application developers to add formats, similar to BeOS Translation Kits (hint: they have nothing to do with languages) and then added ZIP as an Granted, without it, I don't believe they would have achieved what they did with XP but there's no way of knowing. Alex Windows 8.0 - 8.1 are a piece of $hit. Windows Me had it's flaws, sure - I can't count the hours of my life gone forever by long boot-up times or the inordinately large number of times I've seen the

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  2. The only thing that has had most "nerds" rubbed the wrong way is the Metro face and other visual touch-supporting improvements.
  3. the only way to make a boot disk in windows me now is to use microsoft's gui tool that fills up most of the floppy disk with data, leaving little space
  4. winME had some serious identity issues when it came to drivers: the shop i worked at stopped selling winME boxes because they kept coming back - always it was a problem
  5. I have been plagued with problems since 95.
  6. if you toast your system because you run the command line "deltree *.*" without knowing what this command does live with the results.
  7. what goes around, comes around. - by soulrom sois unos inutiles (1:04pm est tue jun 27 2000)ni para poner mal a microchof sois capazes de poner una noticia real que os

Show more Loading... Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... I too was on the Vista Beta, and I can tell you that some of the issues that I encountered were NOT put into the GA release of Vista - only Everything is in the place where it always has been.

B and C are also known as FUD. People got what they wanted in XP. One line.

Both operating systems were succeeded by Windows XP with their features unified.

I'm kind of sad that they changed the name, I am a great fan of the number 9 ; / gregge MS is missing out on this marketing gem: "I Love Reply marco says: March 19, 2008 at 6:33 pm wow so much text about so little content (good content, no offense long). Which is the same logic for when numbering is used instead. i worked at ms for 2 yrs (87-89) & was there when ibm'ers setup house inside our building to "collaborate" on windows 3.

I think Microsoft, for some reason, are eager to try to get people to stop using Windows 7, because Windows 7 thinking is not in line with the way Microsoft want theregister.co.uk. ^ "Multiboot.ru – Some features of MS-DOS 8.0". The underlying kernel was also the first phase in the migration towards integrating the NT and 9x architectures. wasting bandwidth for your amusement 8-) - by acehunter pssssttttt (1:07am est wed jun 28 2000)and what are vb programmers going to do?!!?

I suggest you check it out for humor/interest purposes. This is why some NT tech, including some early NTFS support, is in later versions of OS/2, as it came straight from Microsoft. Actually, the lawsuit in question wasn't even over GUIs proper but STACKING WINDOW MANAGERS (overlapping windows.) Microsoft did actually bail out Apple by buying 10% of their stock. New TCP/IP Stack: Ok this one you can have a point for.

So great that when Windows 8.1 came around and I didn't want to install it, Win8 threatened that it would start restarting my computer every 2 hours (which it did). Reply Jim says: May 2, 2014 at 3:11 pm That's the same issue with windows Vista; it gets a lotta flack, but windows 7 owes a lot to the windows vista Suppose 8.1 could be added to the odd number group as well ELLAS LOL Yuri da Silva Like SMPlayer, which went from version 0.8.6 to version 14.3.0? ME was a OS wrong builded (with new features not well tested mixed with the prevous 98 kernel), this was its major mistake.

It was in fact the most stable (and last) version of the 9.x kernel. again: credit for trying, but thats like balling up scrap paper, tossing it, and calling it a model airplane. 4. universal plug and play - ahh… yeah.