For me "trust" does mean "taking someone at their word", and if I feel I can't
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take them at their word, then I don't trust them.
I don't really see any other definition of "trust".
On Monday 23 July 2018 at 20:40:17, Shaun Everiss wrote:
I havn't lost trust in ms as such, its just I won't take them at their
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
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.
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