“Daddy, who let the poors out onto the front lawn?” questions Richard Kensington-Wellington III, whose famed millionaire misanthropic father is currently turning on the garden sprinklers. “The working classes should have never been allowed to study in the first place. I mean, what good does it do them? It only fills them with ridiculous aspirations above their natural station. It’s quite obvious after all that only the elite of society should be educated. All of my friends and their daddies say so! The common folk would be happier doing something useful with their lives!”
Parrona never used a program called "Windows," besides, which idiot will give a program a name that literally means "an opening in a wall that allows the passage of light, sound, and air."?
Force updates are disgusting, can we not talk about them?
New Poll - What is or was your most hated windows feature?
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Memory resource management/RAM usage!
Like...Splitting system ram with video card or other hardware.
Paging file use slowing ehhhhverything down.
Windows usurping ram for background tasks but not "freeing" it up once it's done!
RAM violation was the long silent blue-scream of death!
Forced Updates was definitely my biggest issue. I realize that updates are critical at times, but it'd be nice if it just did it when I shut down my computer rather than constantly screaming it at me while I'm doing work >_>
I also strongly echo the comments regarding RAM usage
As a Systems Administrator IRL (yes, it's true!) back in the day, it was a frakking nightmare managing NT4 Servers & Windows 2000 Servers running Microsoft SQL Server because of its voracious memory appetite and inability to 'give it back' to Windows OS.
Before I created the Dreamworld you all know and love as the Simulnation of Matrixulated, I was an actual computer guy! 😉
Chomp on that, Spuddles!
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