In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roy Schestowitz
on Tue, 22 May 2007 12:03:48 +0100
> Vista UAC & Preferential Programs
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | It seems that Vista's UAC locks down "non-Microsoft" software such as
> | Mozilla Firefox from configuring the system's default application listing.
> | [...]
> | I have now re-formatted my system to Windows XP on my work PC,
> | and have decided to take the plunge at home and installed Ubuntu
> | 7. I will make a post concerning that here soon.
This is getting ridiculous. Does Microsoft even *know*
about a certain computer game whose first incarnation was
released in 1993, and at one point was voted "#1 game of
The leader for DOOM III (Demo) is mildly entertaining.
Makes UAC to be "beyond moral boundaries" with an unlimited
budget. Sound familiar? :-)
Linux. The choice of a GNU generation.
Windows. The choice of a bunch of people who like very weird behavior on
a regular basis, random crashes, and "extend, embrace, and extinguish".
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