Re: List-based login screen?
IMHO - typing in a user name rather than clicking on an icon does not make
or break the useability of a desktop.
Yes of course it does. Windows 2000 which was practically identical to
XP in functionality never really caught on as a desktop OS. It was
little convenience features like these that made the difference.
- Re: List-based login screen?
... make or break the useability of a desktop. ... Windows 2000 which was practically identical to ... XP in functionality never really caught on as a desktop OS. ... little convenience features like these that made the difference. ...
- Re: Difference between .NET and Java
... > people that I know agree with my speculation that the CLR was in fact ... > similarities between the CLR and the Win32 API. ... Actually what I ment to say was the .NET has Windows specific functionality ...
- Re: microsoft download site indicates that my version is not authentic
... > packs is increasing functionality, which is wrong as much as it is a fix. ... I assume you have actually used a previous version of Windows? ... >>> You should as lost revenue means less to spend on the Billions of dollars>> each year it costs us to develop Windows and other products for you. ...
- Re: email notification
... Hotmail messages when you have Windows Messenger running, ... that functionality was removed in the version of Windows Messenger ... If you're referring to new Hotmail messages, again, Windows Messenger no ...
- Re: Asking Windows Specific Questions
... This may not be windows specific, ... interacts which interacts with a windows program called winamp (A music ... I would need would be to invoke winamp if it is not already running. ... Provide uninstall functionality ...