I havn't lost trust in ms as such, its just I won't take them at their word anymore.
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I expect for example when I start up windows on my systems that windows may choose to not start because it chooses to mangle my profile or just not start meaning I will have to reformat to make everything better.
I have come to terms that when I run anything it may or may not work but usually does.
I have come to terms with changes on the fly which may or may not be something I like and in that reguard try to bypass them if I can or use whatever it is if I need.
To say I enjoy some of it is I don't know.
I used to enjoy windows, now its just another program I have to watch to see if it works, once its working I get on to my tasks then I am done.
On 7/24/2018 4:13 AM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:
I never actually lost trust in MS. I knew that skype was in time going to be a good thing and talk about html was in happening even since about 2004 if I remember correctly. Skype has come a long way and we have to thank microslop for it. They made skype what it is today, a ver good tool for my jobs and more.
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On 23 Jul 2018, at 2:50, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:
Its just that many distrust microsoft, and indeed the old Skype team as it has seemed for years now that its one step forward and two back on accessibility with this particular software, and people are losing patience with it I suspect.