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There's a lot of great information in Shanen's blog post, not just about what the news is, but WHY it is so important for our customers. You can read the full post here.
Vista users will see updates to the job .. Thanks
"...and an expansion of the Vista Enterprise Centralized Desktop license to help prepare Windows Vista customers for the next generation of PC users." - few more generations and there would be great generation of Linux or ubuntu users.
canceled as a result of optimization and analysis of the desktop update was canceled beautiful vista operating system became available
Forgot to mention, can't get my 1-2 year Epson printer to work. Computer guy had it working but after he left I discovered any info related to it (in Preferences, etc.) was written in a foreign language (I believe French). I tried to reinstall and that was a nightmare that I could not get to work.
I am so distressed - afraid to try to install other programs I had on my old computer. I'm already so frustrated with Vista I may throw the computer out the window if I can't get these other programs to work.
I thought each new version should make things easier and improved for the user.
Vista sucks. Have had the new computer with Vista for 1 week. Three times I've walked away from the computer, it did not go into sleep mode instead it just froze, and I've had to unplug it to get it start again. Today it went into sleep mode but would not wake until I unplugged then plugged it in again.
CindyW, that sounds like either a browser issue or an issue with Facebook. Not sure I can be much assistance here. I would post your issue on the Windows Vista Discussion Groups as there are people there who might be better at helping you solve your problem:
I need help!!! I am new to Windows Vista and trying to upload multiple pictures to Facebook and it will not let me select more than one at a time!! Please help!!!!!
You forgot to mention that App-V also does a bit towards streaming applications to a device without the application installed (if I remember the Channel 9 video correctly).