either way, it's not lasting. W7 is coming to erase it all away (from a marketing perspective)
I don't really see how W7 could erase everyone's fear about vista considering the interface for W7 is different even to that of Vista let alone XP/2k so business users are still going to be afraid users will have to be re-schooled on how to find their documents folder.
I found the UAC or whatever it is in W7 even more annoying than vista, so much so that I've resorted to simply mashing "yes" until whatever it wants me to do gets done. I'm not even sure if it was a message from the firewall, the application requesting admin privileges or unsigned drivers.
I'm not sure if it's because I'm running it in a VM or what but on a fresh install the back/forward buttons on my mouse don't even work, I assume an install of the IP software will remedy this but considering this is windows 7, and I'm using an intellimouse v3, you'd think it would at least be able to recognise it and have all the buttons work. As I said though, I have a feeling it's not really windows' fault and more a fault of me running it in a VM so for now this negative mark is being discarded.
edit: hmm nope even after intellipoint is installed back/forward still don't work but I cbf installing it outside of the VM just to see if my mouse works.
edit2: Buttons don't work in XP inside the VM either so, as I figured, it's not W7's fault. As you were.last edited by whoop at 01:33:10 12/Jan/09