Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
On Mon, 30 Oct 2017 13:10:04 -0400, nospam<email@example.com>
>In article<firstname.lastname@example.org>, Tony Cooper
>> Any new version of any software requires a get acquainted approach
>> that most of us are able to successfully negotiate in a short period
>> of time.
>for some new versions, that's true, but definitely not all of them.
>many times, the changes are minor or even entirely internal, resulting
>in no need to 'get acquainted' whatsoever.
Those are not "new versions". I know you have a vocabulary
deficiency, but a "new version" is different from a new release that
makes changes "under the hood" in the same version.
A "minor" change does not mean a change that doesn't require an
adjustment on the part of the user to understand the change. Changing
the name of a tool, but not the tool, would be a minor change. The
user may need to get acquainted with the new term.
>once again, you're wrong.
You'd like to think so.
Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida