C|NET says it so it must be right.

CobraBoy (tbyars@earthlink.net)
Fri, 06 Sep 1996 20:11:50 -0700

IT is now 8:00 PM

I started re-installing Win'95 at 2:00 PM off of a CD after "Clean Sweep"
swept critical system files right off the HD.

Yeah, I stopped for dinner and a couple of Video's off of tiM2.

But this thing is just about re-configured and almost working.

What a piece of shit OS....

here then is the Paul Allen owned C|NET's comments..


You wake in the middle of the night. You can't breathe. Your
pulse is racing. Fresh in your memory is an apparition
of pure
horror that came to you in your sleep. Was it Freddy of Elm
Street? Jason on a bad-luck Friday? The spectacle of you
onstage in front of everyone you know...without your
pants? No,
it's worse. It's Windows 95.

If your job, your reputation, or your income depends on
computer behaving as you expect it to behave, Windows 95
really can be a nightmare. For all its multitasking 32-bit
TCP/IP-ladenness, Windows 95 has horrors that DOS and
Windows 3.1 could only dream about--hidden files, weird
behavior, menus that cascade all over everything, and
much more.

Fortunately, CNET is here to act as your own personal
therapist. Follow our advice and you should be able to
avoid five
common but very scary Windows 95 nightmares. We provide
self-help cures for these night terrors as well as info
on where to
turn for professional help: software you can buy to
prevent or
cure the problem.


** History 101** Hiroshima 45 - Chernobyl 86 - Windows 95 -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- "The only problem with Microsoft is they just have no taste, they have absolutely no taste, and what that means is, I don't mean that in a small way I mean that in a big way. ...I have a problem with the fact that they just make really third rate products."

Steve Jobs, Triumph of the Nerds, PBS Documentary -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- tbyars@earthlink.net -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-