Windows XP, Not Windows Vista (!) Breathes Life into Dead Computers


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teyebeareeus

So much for vista being as fast or even faster than xp... Just imagine if XP
can run faster than Vista on old hardware, how much faster will it run on
new hardware?

Vista fast? LOL not even in your dreams!

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Wind...-Breaths-Life-into-Dead-Computers-70506.shtml

Microsoft has chosen Windows XP over Windows Vista, its latest operating
system to breathe life into dead computers. After extending support for XP,
preparing the launch of the third and final service pack, as well as
extending the product's availability via the retail and original equipment
manufacturer channels until mid 2008, Microsoft is offering its Windows
platform dropped at the end of 2001 yet another way to survive in the
detriment of Vista. But the fact of the matter is that the Redmond company
had no alternative. Windows Vista is nothing short of
a resource hog, and in this context, the operating system is unfit to run on
obsolete computers.

Obsolete, of course by the standards imposed by Vista itself. But when it
comes down to XP, there's an entirely different matter altogether. XP is
nowhere near as resource hungry as Windows Vista is. And in this context, it
is perfect to run on refurbished PCs. The introduction of the Microsoft
Authorized Refurbisher is designed to streamline the process of associating
Windows under volume licensing with refurbished computers. The MAR program
is designed to benefit the refurbishers market with the tools necessary to
keep Windows even on obsolete PCs. And doing the math, that's quite a
market.

"Refurbished PCs are part of is what is referred to as the secondary PC
market. This market consists of computers that are currently out of use. In
2004 Microsoft conducted a joint study with Gartner that focused on the
secondary market. What they found was 150 million PCs entered the secondary
market, and of those, approximately 20 million were refurbished and resold.
Today we project that this number is closer to 28 million PCs, making
refurbished PCs over 10 percent of the worldwide PC market," explained Hani
Shakeel, senior product manager of the Genuine Windows Product Marketing
team.

The MAR program is essentially Microsoft's response to feedback from
refurbishers that were looking for a simple modality to license and install
the Windows operating system on large volumes of machines that had been
basically thrown out. Microsoft could not say yes to Windows Vista, but it
did agree to Windows XP.

"Microsoft is offering a new license for refurbishers that is only available
through the MAR program: Windows XP Home for Refurbished PCs and Windows XP
Professional for Refurbished PCs. As long as the PCs that are being
refurbished have a Certificate of Authenticity (COA), they can be easily
licensed. Initially, we're offering these Windows XP licenses in English,
French and Spanish. Right from the start, refurbishers will have the ability
to ship anywhere in the world", Shakeel added
 
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teyebeareeus

It's all irrelevant...just like you are...lol!

Why is it irrelevant Frank? Many people may be wondering if they should
upgrade their computers to vista.

This is an article that includes an vista-xp comparison of speed..

the article clearly states that "XP is nowhere near as resource hungry as
Windows Vista is"

I have been saying this for more than a year... gee whiz!
 
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Dave

bye Tie/Kirk


teyebeareeus said:
So much for vista being as fast or even faster than xp... Just imagine if
XP can run faster than Vista on old hardware, how much faster will it run
on new hardware?

Vista fast? LOL not even in your dreams!

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Wind...-Breaths-Life-into-Dead-Computers-70506.shtml

Microsoft has chosen Windows XP over Windows Vista, its latest operating
system to breathe life into dead computers. After extending support for
XP, preparing the launch of the third and final service pack, as well as
extending the product's availability via the retail and original equipment
manufacturer channels until mid 2008, Microsoft is offering its Windows
platform dropped at the end of 2001 yet another way to survive in the
detriment of Vista. But the fact of the matter is that the Redmond company
had no alternative. Windows Vista is nothing short of
a resource hog, and in this context, the operating system is unfit to run
on obsolete computers.

Obsolete, of course by the standards imposed by Vista itself. But when it
comes down to XP, there's an entirely different matter altogether. XP is
nowhere near as resource hungry as Windows Vista is. And in this context,
it is perfect to run on refurbished PCs. The introduction of the Microsoft
Authorized Refurbisher is designed to streamline the process of
associating Windows under volume licensing with refurbished computers. The
MAR program is designed to benefit the refurbishers market with the tools
necessary to keep Windows even on obsolete PCs. And doing the math, that's
quite a market.

"Refurbished PCs are part of is what is referred to as the secondary PC
market. This market consists of computers that are currently out of use.
In 2004 Microsoft conducted a joint study with Gartner that focused on the
secondary market. What they found was 150 million PCs entered the
secondary market, and of those, approximately 20 million were refurbished
and resold. Today we project that this number is closer to 28 million PCs,
making refurbished PCs over 10 percent of the worldwide PC market,"
explained Hani Shakeel, senior product manager of the Genuine Windows
Product Marketing team.

The MAR program is essentially Microsoft's response to feedback from
refurbishers that were looking for a simple modality to license and
install the Windows operating system on large volumes of machines that had
been basically thrown out. Microsoft could not say yes to Windows Vista,
but it did agree to Windows XP.

"Microsoft is offering a new license for refurbishers that is only
available through the MAR program: Windows XP Home for Refurbished PCs and
Windows XP Professional for Refurbished PCs. As long as the PCs that are
being refurbished have a Certificate of Authenticity (COA), they can be
easily licensed. Initially, we're offering these Windows XP licenses in
English, French and Spanish. Right from the start, refurbishers will have
the ability to ship anywhere in the world", Shakeel added
 
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Yeah-whatever

teyebeareeus said:
So much for vista being as fast or even faster than xp... Just imagine if
XP can run faster than Vista on old hardware, how much faster will it run
on new hardware?

Vista fast? LOL not even in your dreams!

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Wind...-Breaths-Life-into-Dead-Computers-70506.shtml

Well DUH! of course Vista won't perform well on older machines, just as XP
wouldn't perform well on older machines before it, and 98 wouldn't perform
well on older machines before it, and 95 wouldn't perform well on older
machines before it, and so on. So the big revelation is what? ...Nothing
new, that's what. Sheesh, having to "reach" for stuff now? Mac is/was the
same way, big deal, it's part of the OS evolution. Ya want more from it,
then you need more power to run it... Simple


---- Snip ---
 
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Jupiter Jones [MVP]

"No-one ever denied that XP runs better on..."
AFAIK, you are correct.
However some have reported better performance with Windows Vista on
their specific hardware compared to a clean Install of Windows XP and
Windows Vista.
Some of the critics have twisted these specific instances to be claims
by those that Windows Vista runs better on all hardware than Windows
XP, which was clearly not the intent.

"The evolving demands of software will..."
I will partially disagree.
It is not so much the software but the users that demand more of the
software which thus drives the hardware.
The root is we want more so the software and hardware must be made to
do what we the customers want and will pay $ to get.

"This isn't necessarily a bad thing."
That is actually a good thing if it keeps resources in use and out of
landfills etc.
But critics often attempt to see through dark glasses.

--
Jupiter Jones [MVP]
http://www3.telus.net/dandemar
http://www.dts-l.org


dzomlija said:
teyebeareeus;509075 said:
So much for vista being as fast or even faster than xp... Just
imagine
if XP can run faster than Vista on old hardware, how much faster
will it
run on new hardware?

Vista fast? LOL not even in your dreams!

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Wind...-Breaths-Life-into-Dead-Computers-70506.shtml

No-one ever denied that XP runs better on _older_hardware_ than does
Vista.

teyebeareeus;509075 said:
Microsoft has chosen Windows XP over Windows Vista, its latest
operating
system to breathe life into dead computers. After extending support
for
XP, preparing the launch of the third and final service pack, as
well as
extending the product's availability via the retail and original
equipment manufacturer channels until mid 2008, Microsoft is
offering
its Windows platform dropped at the end of 2001 yet another way to
survive in the detriment of Vista. But the fact of the matter is
that
the Redmond company had no alternative. Windows Vista is nothing
short
of a resource hog, and in this context, the operating system is
unfit to
run on obsolete computers.

Well of course Vista is a resource hog. You can't exactly expect a
modern OS such as Vista to run on obsolete hardware that was
originally
designed for it predessor [XP]?

teyebeareeus;509075 said:
Obsolete, of course by the standards imposed by Vista itself. But
when
it comes down to XP, there's an entirely different matter
altogether. XP
is nowhere near as resource hungry as Windows Vista is. And in this
context, it is perfect to run on refurbished PCs. The introduction
of
the Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher is designed to streamline the
process of associating Windows under volume licensing with
refurbished
computers. The MAR program is designed to benefit the refurbishers
market with the tools necessary to keep Windows even on obsolete
PCs.
And doing the math, that's quite a market.

All computer hardware at some point becomes obsolete when it can no
longer deal with the demands of new software. Have you never
replaced
your graphics card with a newer one just to be able to keep up with
the
demands of the latest games? The evolving demands of software will
always be the driving force behind ever more powerful hardware.

teyebeareeus;509075 said:
"Refurbished PCs are part of is what is referred to as the
secondary PC
market. This market consists of computers that are currently out of
use.
In 2004 Microsoft conducted a joint study with Gartner that focused
on
the secondary market. What they found was 150 million PCs entered
the
secondary market, and of those, approximately 20 million were
refurbished and resold. Today we project that this number is closer
to
28 million PCs, making refurbished PCs over 10 percent of the
worldwide
PC market," explained Hani Shakeel, senior product manager of the
Genuine Windows Product Marketing team.

This isn't necessarily a bad thing. Just because we are able to
afford
the latest hardware doesn't mean that emerging markets can. I make a
living out of providing these refurbished PCs to markets that do not
have the resources for the newest.

As an example, I've just recently built a Media Center with 20 PCs
for
a school in my area. Numerous companies tendered for the contract,
of
which I was the lucky winner. Had I chosen to quote them on new,
Vista
capable computers, this would not have been the case.

The MAR program is essentially Microsoft's response to feedback from
refurbishers that were looking for a simple modality to license and
install the Windows operating system on large volumes of machines
that
had been basically thrown out. Microsoft could not say yes to
Windows
Vista, but it did agree to Windows XP.

Microsoft could not say yes to Vista for this program, because the
computers that "have been thrown out" are not capable of running
Vista.
Its not because Vista is rubbish, but because in this instance, XP
is the
better choice.

teyebeareeus;509075 Wrote:
"Microsoft is offering a new license for refurbishers that is only
available through the MAR program: Windows XP Home for Refurbished
PCs
and Windows XP Professional for Refurbished PCs. As long as the PCs
that
are being refurbished have a Certificate of Authenticity (COA), they
can
be easily licensed. Initially, we're offering these Windows XP
licenses
in English, French and Spanish. Right from the start, refurbishers
will
have the ability to ship anywhere in the world", Shakeel added

As I said, this program is designed for emerging markets that cannot
afford or have access to the newest hardware.


--
dzomlija

____________________________________
Peter Alexander Dzomlija
Do you hear, huh? The Alpha and The Omega? Death and Rebirth? And as
you die, so shall I be Reborn...

- ASUS A8N32-SLi-Deluxe
- AMD Atlon 64 Dual-Core 4800+
- 4GB DDR400
- ASUS nVidia 6600
- Thermaltake Tai-Chi Watercooled Chassis
- 1207GB Total Formatted Storage
- Vista Ultimate x64
- CodeGear Delphi 2007http://dzomlija.spaces.live.com/
 
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teyebeareeus

vista is not a "new os" they took xp and bloated and rearraged things adding
and changing things with no good reason....
What is so new about vista that you cannot have with XP?
Readyboost? lol you wouldnt need readyboost if the thing wasnt bloated in
the first place.
Sidebar? CRAP! The little things vista has more are not worth the upgrade
and most of them create problems like the horrid windows desktop search.

its just like they did with win98 and Me...
Win98 was good, Me was bloated too much for the current kernel to handle,
and everything kept crashing....

Vista is the same story...a bloated stinky version of XP.

Its not even a service pack.. since it adds trillions of more problems that
did not exist with XP.

I would call Vista CRAP PACK UNGRADE.
 
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teyebeareeus

Yet some TOTAL IDIOTS in here claim Vista runs faster than XP on the same
hardware!

THIS IS A LIE!
 
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teyebeareeus

who said no one denies this???

LOL I have seen at least 10 VISTA FANBOYS claim this in here!

This newsgroup is infested with a bunch of idiots!

Luck I am here and that raises the average IQ!





dzomlija said:
teyebeareeus;509075 said:
So much for vista being as fast or even faster than xp... Just imagine
if XP can run faster than Vista on old hardware, how much faster will it
run on new hardware?

Vista fast? LOL not even in your dreams!

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Wind...-Breaths-Life-into-Dead-Computers-70506.shtml

No-one ever denied that XP runs better on _older_hardware_ than does
Vista.

teyebeareeus;509075 said:
Microsoft has chosen Windows XP over Windows Vista, its latest operating
system to breathe life into dead computers. After extending support for
XP, preparing the launch of the third and final service pack, as well as
extending the product's availability via the retail and original
equipment manufacturer channels until mid 2008, Microsoft is offering
its Windows platform dropped at the end of 2001 yet another way to
survive in the detriment of Vista. But the fact of the matter is that
the Redmond company had no alternative. Windows Vista is nothing short
of a resource hog, and in this context, the operating system is unfit to
run on obsolete computers.

Well of course Vista is a resource hog. You can't exactly expect a
modern OS such as Vista to run on obsolete hardware that was originally
designed for it predessor [XP]?

teyebeareeus;509075 said:
Obsolete, of course by the standards imposed by Vista itself. But when
it comes down to XP, there's an entirely different matter altogether. XP
is nowhere near as resource hungry as Windows Vista is. And in this
context, it is perfect to run on refurbished PCs. The introduction of
the Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher is designed to streamline the
process of associating Windows under volume licensing with refurbished
computers. The MAR program is designed to benefit the refurbishers
market with the tools necessary to keep Windows even on obsolete PCs.
And doing the math, that's quite a market.

All computer hardware at some point becomes obsolete when it can no
longer deal with the demands of new software. Have you never replaced
your graphics card with a newer one just to be able to keep up with the
demands of the latest games? The evolving demands of software will
always be the driving force behind ever more powerful hardware.

teyebeareeus;509075 said:
"Refurbished PCs are part of is what is referred to as the secondary PC
market. This market consists of computers that are currently out of use.
In 2004 Microsoft conducted a joint study with Gartner that focused on
the secondary market. What they found was 150 million PCs entered the
secondary market, and of those, approximately 20 million were
refurbished and resold. Today we project that this number is closer to
28 million PCs, making refurbished PCs over 10 percent of the worldwide
PC market," explained Hani Shakeel, senior product manager of the
Genuine Windows Product Marketing team.

This isn't necessarily a bad thing. Just because we are able to afford
the latest hardware doesn't mean that emerging markets can. I make a
living out of providing these refurbished PCs to markets that do not
have the resources for the newest.

As an example, I've just recently built a Media Center with 20 PCs for
a school in my area. Numerous companies tendered for the contract, of
which I was the lucky winner. Had I chosen to quote them on new, Vista
capable computers, this would not have been the case.

The MAR program is essentially Microsoft's response to feedback from
refurbishers that were looking for a simple modality to license and
install the Windows operating system on large volumes of machines that
had been basically thrown out. Microsoft could not say yes to Windows
Vista, but it did agree to Windows XP.

Microsoft could not say yes to Vista for this program, because the
computers that "have been thrown out" are not capable of running Vista.
Its not because Vista is rubbish, but because in this instance, XP is the
better choice.

teyebeareeus;509075 Wrote:
"Microsoft is offering a new license for refurbishers that is only
available through the MAR program: Windows XP Home for Refurbished PCs
and Windows XP Professional for Refurbished PCs. As long as the PCs that
are being refurbished have a Certificate of Authenticity (COA), they can
be easily licensed. Initially, we're offering these Windows XP licenses
in English, French and Spanish. Right from the start, refurbishers will
have the ability to ship anywhere in the world", Shakeel added

As I said, this program is designed for emerging markets that cannot
afford or have access to the newest hardware.


--
dzomlija

____________________________________
Peter Alexander Dzomlija
Do you hear, huh? The Alpha and The Omega? Death and Rebirth? And as
you die, so shall I be Reborn...

- ASUS A8N32-SLi-Deluxe
- AMD Atlon 64 Dual-Core 4800+
- 4GB DDR400
- ASUS nVidia 6600
- Thermaltake Tai-Chi Watercooled Chassis
- 1207GB Total Formatted Storage
- Vista Ultimate x64
- CodeGear Delphi 2007http://dzomlija.spaces.live.com/
 
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teyebeareeus

you total idiot and liar...

no one has twisted anything but the vistaboys...

many have claimed vista is faster than XP on the same hardware PERIOD. No
ifs no buts...

this is a clear statement by people who dont know skit about computers!



Jupiter Jones said:
"No-one ever denied that XP runs better on..."
AFAIK, you are correct.
However some have reported better performance with Windows Vista on their
specific hardware compared to a clean Install of Windows XP and Windows
Vista.
Some of the critics have twisted these specific instances to be claims by
those that Windows Vista runs better on all hardware than Windows XP,
which was clearly not the intent.

"The evolving demands of software will..."
I will partially disagree.
It is not so much the software but the users that demand more of the
software which thus drives the hardware.
The root is we want more so the software and hardware must be made to do
what we the customers want and will pay $ to get.

"This isn't necessarily a bad thing."
That is actually a good thing if it keeps resources in use and out of
landfills etc.
But critics often attempt to see through dark glasses.

--
Jupiter Jones [MVP]
http://www3.telus.net/dandemar
http://www.dts-l.org


dzomlija said:
teyebeareeus;509075 said:
So much for vista being as fast or even faster than xp... Just imagine
if XP can run faster than Vista on old hardware, how much faster will it
run on new hardware?

Vista fast? LOL not even in your dreams!

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Wind...-Breaths-Life-into-Dead-Computers-70506.shtml

No-one ever denied that XP runs better on _older_hardware_ than does
Vista.

teyebeareeus;509075 said:
Microsoft has chosen Windows XP over Windows Vista, its latest operating
system to breathe life into dead computers. After extending support for
XP, preparing the launch of the third and final service pack, as well as
extending the product's availability via the retail and original
equipment manufacturer channels until mid 2008, Microsoft is offering
its Windows platform dropped at the end of 2001 yet another way to
survive in the detriment of Vista. But the fact of the matter is that
the Redmond company had no alternative. Windows Vista is nothing short
of a resource hog, and in this context, the operating system is unfit to
run on obsolete computers.

Well of course Vista is a resource hog. You can't exactly expect a
modern OS such as Vista to run on obsolete hardware that was originally
designed for it predessor [XP]?

teyebeareeus;509075 said:
Obsolete, of course by the standards imposed by Vista itself. But when
it comes down to XP, there's an entirely different matter altogether. XP
is nowhere near as resource hungry as Windows Vista is. And in this
context, it is perfect to run on refurbished PCs. The introduction of
the Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher is designed to streamline the
process of associating Windows under volume licensing with refurbished
computers. The MAR program is designed to benefit the refurbishers
market with the tools necessary to keep Windows even on obsolete PCs.
And doing the math, that's quite a market.

All computer hardware at some point becomes obsolete when it can no
longer deal with the demands of new software. Have you never replaced
your graphics card with a newer one just to be able to keep up with the
demands of the latest games? The evolving demands of software will
always be the driving force behind ever more powerful hardware.

teyebeareeus;509075 said:
"Refurbished PCs are part of is what is referred to as the secondary PC
market. This market consists of computers that are currently out of use.
In 2004 Microsoft conducted a joint study with Gartner that focused on
the secondary market. What they found was 150 million PCs entered the
secondary market, and of those, approximately 20 million were
refurbished and resold. Today we project that this number is closer to
28 million PCs, making refurbished PCs over 10 percent of the worldwide
PC market," explained Hani Shakeel, senior product manager of the
Genuine Windows Product Marketing team.

This isn't necessarily a bad thing. Just because we are able to afford
the latest hardware doesn't mean that emerging markets can. I make a
living out of providing these refurbished PCs to markets that do not
have the resources for the newest.

As an example, I've just recently built a Media Center with 20 PCs for
a school in my area. Numerous companies tendered for the contract, of
which I was the lucky winner. Had I chosen to quote them on new, Vista
capable computers, this would not have been the case.

The MAR program is essentially Microsoft's response to feedback from
refurbishers that were looking for a simple modality to license and
install the Windows operating system on large volumes of machines that
had been basically thrown out. Microsoft could not say yes to Windows
Vista, but it did agree to Windows XP.

Microsoft could not say yes to Vista for this program, because the
computers that "have been thrown out" are not capable of running Vista.
Its not because Vista is rubbish, but because in this instance, XP is the
better choice.

teyebeareeus;509075 Wrote:
"Microsoft is offering a new license for refurbishers that is only
available through the MAR program: Windows XP Home for Refurbished PCs
and Windows XP Professional for Refurbished PCs. As long as the PCs that
are being refurbished have a Certificate of Authenticity (COA), they can
be easily licensed. Initially, we're offering these Windows XP licenses
in English, French and Spanish. Right from the start, refurbishers will
have the ability to ship anywhere in the world", Shakeel added

As I said, this program is designed for emerging markets that cannot
afford or have access to the newest hardware.


--
dzomlija

____________________________________
Peter Alexander Dzomlija
Do you hear, huh? The Alpha and The Omega? Death and Rebirth? And as
you die, so shall I be Reborn...

- ASUS A8N32-SLi-Deluxe
- AMD Atlon 64 Dual-Core 4800+
- 4GB DDR400
- ASUS nVidia 6600
- Thermaltake Tai-Chi Watercooled Chassis
- 1207GB Total Formatted Storage
- Vista Ultimate x64
- CodeGear Delphi 2007http://dzomlija.spaces.live.com/
 
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Jume

again, please stop changing your name so decent people dont need to update
their blocklists, its a way big offense to the people reading these
newsgroups that someone change his name so often
 
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Alias

Jume said:
again, please stop changing your name so decent people dont need to
update their blocklists, its a way big offense to the people reading
these newsgroups that someone change his name so often

New to Usenet? Ever hear of self control?
 
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Frank

Alias said:
New to Usenet? Ever hear of self control?

You...telling someone else to practice self control!!!
That's downright hilarious!
Try some yourself mr liar.
Frank
 
J

Jume

i saw alias answered me from the other posts

so alias:
i think you have abolutely no reason to tell i am not self controlled, in
fact i'm even being quite polite

changing your name very often is a kind of insult when you behave and talk
like tiberius, cause many people have him blocked, this you can ask if you
want
changing your name when you know you are blocked only means you want a lot
of attention, and it even may seem like fun to the blocked one, but it is a
complete offense to the users who blocked
if you did something that makes you blocked for someone, well, if you are a
decent person you will try to correct yourself so the next time you won't be
blocked, this is not the case obviously as he goes on with his unhelpful and
propagandistic behavior

which by extension applies to you also with your continuous propagandistic
messages, and so many people have you blocked also, but at least you are
polite enough to don't change your name continuously, and we all are
grateful for that

this is a bit personal so i hope you forgive me, but i absolutely hate
ultra-fanatics from every side, often cause they are an annoying people
trying to convince you of something they absolutely do not know enough, you
are one from linux, i am pretty sure you don't know when linux became at
last a decent OS supporting what any other unix-like OS had from eons ago as
it should, in a not so far kernel version (if you were an expert and not an
ultra-fanatic do you, then you should know what i'm talking about since it
was a pretty important addition which had changed the way linux were,
forever)

as i hate ultra-fanatics i consider you a shame to spain, i only hope that
people in this newsgroup do not judge all the country by your behavior

so then, bye, don't bother replying i had you blocked from the beginning of
times, i should reconsider if you stop your propaganda and begin being
helpful, maybe
 
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teyebeareeus

changing your name when you know you are blocked only means you want a lot
of attention,

jume.. I can assure you that I am not changing my nick for that reason (to
get attention)... and I care not if everyone blocks me...

you can complain as much as you like... create an icon on your toolbar to
keep blocking because I m not stopping.

Learn to accept peoples ways, and be flexible enough to listen to other
people, especialy when you are in newsgroups.
By whining and complaining about other people you achieve nothing... there
are other forums where there are moderators, but not here.

You are polite but this is only an illusion. I do not go around telling
people what nicks to use or how to post or what to post.
I love diversity... and actually I support it. I suggest you reconsider your
beliefs and way of thinking.
I am telling you straight and clear.. your logic is faulty. I am telling
you this as friendly advice and it is only of course my opinion, but seldom
I am wrong.

See the forest not only the trees...
 
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Frank

teyebeareeus said:
jume.. I can assure you that I am not changing my nick for that reason (to
get attention)...

1st lie.

and I care not if everyone blocks me...

2nd lie.
you can complain as much as you like... create an icon on your toolbar to
keep blocking because I m not stopping.

Arrogant attention getting statement.
Learn to accept peoples ways, and be flexible enough to listen to other
people, especialy when you are in newsgroups.

Something you have never learned to do.
By whining and complaining about other people you achieve nothing

Ever take your own advice or bother to even read what you post?

.... there
are other forums where there are moderators, but not here.

One of the unfortunate truths in life.
You are polite but this is only an illusion. I do not go around telling
people what nicks to use or how to post or what to post.

No, all you ever do is spread hatred of Vista! How wonderful.
I love diversity... and actually I support it.

3rd lie.

I suggest you reconsider your
beliefs and way of thinking.

Try taking some of your own advice...for once.
I am telling you straight and clear.. your logic is faulty.

Now that is by far the funniest thing you've said in the last 5 mins!

I am telling
you this as friendly advice and it is only of course my opinion, but seldom
I am wrong.

4th and biggest lie of all.
See the forest not only the trees...

You are blinded by your own arrogance and stupidity. You are a great
practitioner of self-deception.
Get some help.
Frank
 
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teyebeareeus

frank why do you say I am telling lies when I am telling the truth?

There is only one reason I can think of... you dont know me well at all.
 
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Frank

teyebeareeus said:
frank why do you say I am telling lies when I am telling the truth?

Oh, so your message of hatred is wrapped around what truth?
There is only one reason I can think of... you dont know me well at all.

We all know each other only from out postings.
Frank
 
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Jupiter Jones [MVP]

"you total idiot and liar"
Another statement from you that simply can NOT be proven since it is
FALSE.
Prove with FACTS or shut up.
However I KNOW you are unable to do the first and are to biased to do
the second.

"this is a clear statement by people who dont know skit about
computers!"
Then PROVE it with FACTS, your words alone are meaningless and many do
not see any value in them.
You are in no position to judge peoples computers when you know
NOTHING of their specific situation.
Just because you are unable to successfully use Windows Vista is not
proof others can not succeed.

Your continuing making statement you can NOT prove show your
character.
Similar to your statement a while back you were going to ignore my
posts.
You never stopped, or did for a few days at most.
Typical of the hollow words you regularly spout as you have again
cowardly changed your handle in attempts to hide and escape.
You are a miserable failure even there.
 

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