Mark Twain once said that there were lies, damn lies, and statistics. The more you know about math, the more you understand that what he meant was that one can lie with statistics, NOT that all statistics are lies. The trouble with statistics is two-fold.
There have been many bugs, issues, and design flaws in Microsoft Windows over the years. Many of them have been chased out of the operating system. Others did not exist in earlier versions only to pop up later, typically as a new "feature" that nobody
Yet another software company, this time Microsoft, decides that they can just install whatever products and services they want, no matter how unrelated, on my computer because I happen to want ONE product of theirs.
Microsoft is doing a series of full-day launch events to spotlight the rollout of several new versions of products for 2010. Of particular interest to this author is the upcoming Office 2010 Release Launch Event in Denver next week. Technically, it is a SharePoint 2010
Microsoft long ago announced that it was ending support for Windows XP. However, the company continues to march on with additional end of support dates and times to really drive the point home for users who continue to be surprised that the company is no
As long time readers of Best Hubris know, I have had a running battle with Microsoft operating systems and wireless networking problems. Yes, by now I may have spent less time and energy by running out and buying a bunch of brand new hardware, but