Re: DesktopX, Windows Blinds Froze XP

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Install Third-Party Rinky-Dink tweaks and "enhancements" and pay the price
of frequent incompatibility with XP and non-functioning computers.

Why should Microsoft design the OS so all these little fly-by-night
companies can get a free ride and be parasites on the Operating System --
ripping off potential profits for MS as well as ham-stringing the OS with
shabby, shoddy code?

I LOVE to see it when these pogues get hoist with their own petars and wind
up with BSOD or frozen screens -- or worse.

The Wages Of Sin & Arrant Foolishness...

PUT the New Features IN the OS.


If you screwed the pooch and went ahead and put one of these Third Party
timebombs on your system -- DON'T come crying to Microsoft.  GO to the site
of the people who sold you the software and get THEM to tell you what's
WRONG.  ******

Heh, Heh -- Fat Chance Of That.  They don't want to get into the Technical
Support Business.  FAR too expensive -- and 'twould cut into those
fly-by-night profits they hope to rip off -- as Freeriders on Microsoft

"im [sic] a chef not a coder."  [See Below]


He's also trying to do this with only 256 MB of RAM.

'Nuff Said.


Lux et Veritas et Libertas

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Hilarious!  -- DSH

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Re: DesktopX, Windows Blinds Froze XP

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Stardock Corporation?  Rinky-Dink?  Fly-by-Night?  What planet do you
live on, young mister D. Spencer Hines?

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Re: DesktopX, Windows Blinds Froze XP

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