August 24, 2009
Windows 7 is Really Cool
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
This past weekend I tested out a version of Windows 7. I am not a tech geek. Overall, my experience as a "regular guy" user of Vista was ok. It worked fine but I didn't fall in love with it. Windows 7 is much smoother and easier for me to use. As someone convinced that there are security breaches everywhere, I like the added security features that Windows 7 provides.
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looks like you're using this blog as a glorified version of twitter? where's the content in this post? You like Windows 7 and feel it provides more security? join the club.
Posted by: twitter | Aug 24, 2009 7:26:55 PM
Dear Twitter, every once in a while I include non-antitrust posts. It includes the most trafficked postings on the blog (Antitrust look-alikes and the post on Antitrust and Yom Kipur).
Overall, my love of Windows 7 is shared here at UF. UF law did not upgrade to Vista and is leapfrogging to Windows 7 from XP.
Posted by: D. Daniel Sokol | Aug 25, 2009 5:34:00 AM
Windows 7 is another outrageous anti-competitive effort by the evil ones at MS. When you attempt to network with other computers, you will eventually find the following:
Computers must be running Windows 7 to participate in a homegroup. HomeGroup is available in all editions of Windows 7. In Windows 7 Starter and Windows 7 Home Basic, you can join a homegroup, but you can’t create one.
In other words, MS has intentionally installed a block in W7 to prevent what would otherwise be easy, a network connection to older computers. Why? To sell more computers and versions of W7. Just to make it more obvious, they even made up a new word for network, "homegroup", newspeak if I ever heard it. Gates and his apparatchiks are stuck in 1984.
Posted by: Tom Walker | Dec 31, 2009 3:23:55 PM