InfoWorld is kicking off the Save XP campaign]

Bob Bruhns bbruhns at
Mon Jan 14 15:36:10 CST 2008

Why Vista buried things like the network name down several layers of menu, I don't know - but it sure makes working on a simple
network problem a nightmare.  And XP is already enough of a nightmare.

Microsoft can't blame it on the Clinton administration this time.  They did this all by themselves over there.

  Bob, WA3WDR

----- Original Message ----- 
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To: "Tacos" <tacos at>
Sent: Monday, January 14, 2008 4:25 PM
Subject: InfoWorld is kicking off the Save XP campaign]

> tacoistas,
> Our good friends at Infoworld are hearing how people do not want to use
> Vista.  They are starting a campaign to get Microsoft to keep Windows XP
> in the market place.  Several OEMs are offering their computers with XP
> if the customer insists.
> This is a first for a magazine to get readers to sign a petition to a
> manufacturer.  I am not sure if Microsoft will listen but it will be
> interesting to see just how many people will sign onto the petition.
> Maybe Bill is retiring just in time.
> Take a look at their web page for the details.
> Frank K0BRA


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