If Win 95 is the future, then the future sure ain't what it used to be.
> That is the future.
If THAT'S the future, then I'm heading back to the pasture.
> How about the fact the the Win'95 boot diskette creates a
> partition on the HD that the Win'95 install CD-ROM can't recoginize?
There are no saints, only unrecognized villains.
> How about the fact that I have spent two days on something that
> should have taken me two hours?
Microsoft years are the opposite of Internet years.
2 hours real time = 2 days Internet time
2 Microsoft time = 2 days real time
> How about the fact that with Win'95
> I still have to type things like.... "copy mtmcdai.sys b:"
Gee, it would nice to be able to automate something like that,
from a user perspective, wouldn't it? (See, Rohit?)
> huh? that is the future that 97% have bought into. lock, stock and
I'll continue to promote my unique conservative viewpoint that
people are idiots who deserve to be mocked.
> :I have been telling people it would come to this for a LONG time. Of
> :course everyone thought I was 1) nuts, or 2) an asshole, but again as
> :usual I'm right.
> : -- Tim Byars
> nice .sig. :-)
\me cursties. Thank you.
Sometimes, Rohit, I really wonder about you. Most times, however, I'm
-- Ernie Prabhakar