Saturday, April 20, 2002
After more than my fair share of challenges that I faced when I upgraded one of my systems from Windows 98 to Windows 2000 (which I needed in order to run Oracle), I thought I was plagued by bad luck. One of the dumbest problems I encountered was the fact that Microsoft's Windows 2000 would not recognize my Microsoft keyboard. But I digress. In his 15 April column in PC Magazine titled The Good, The Bad and Microsoft, John Dvorak recites the problems he had when he installed Windows XP. I am usually neutral about operating systems, but I'm beginning to develop a genuine mistrust of Microsoft.
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