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Old November 29th 17, 02:56 AM posted to alt.test,alt.comp.os.windows-10,comp.periphs.printers
Nomen Nescio
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Default Windows 10, it's a wonderful thing

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Anonymous wrote:

In article
Anonymous wrote:

Nomen Nescio:
If MS wants to continue to be a viable OS, then they need to see to it that they don't break things with advancements.



What a backwards point of view. MS cannot survive if it allowed the tail
to wag the dog, such as you suggest. MS improves its OS continually, and
we are safer from malware and we operate more efficiently as a
consequence. Like it or not, the multitude of vendors who make
peripherial programs will have to take breast of the improvements and
change their wares accordingly. MS does do a great deal of testing for
compatibility within the guidelines of good pedagogy.


I am perfectly fine with MS upgrading the OS and not supporting
older software. Older software is the problem.


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Old November 29th 17, 03:20 AM posted to alt.privacy.anon-server, alt.comp.os.windows-10,comp.periphs.printers
Fritz Wuehler[_6_]
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Default Windows 10, it's a wonderful thing

In article
Anonymous wrote:

Nomen Nescio:
If MS wants to continue to be a viable OS, then they need to see to it that they don't break things with advancements.



What a backwards point of view. MS cannot survive if it allowed the tail
to wag the dog, such as you suggest. MS improves its OS continually, and
we are safer from malware and we operate more efficiently as a
consequence. Like it or not, the multitude of vendors who make
peripherial programs will have to take breast of the improvements and
change their wares accordingly. MS does do a great deal of testing for
compatibility within the guidelines of good pedagogy.


I am perfectly fine with MS upgrading the OS and not supporting
older software. Older software is the problem.

 




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