114,000 viruses Guess Again. 2946
114,000 viruses Guess Again. 2947
And what if Edwin is right? What if the number is way below 114,000 viruses for the PC? Wouldn't...
Right -- we agree on the topic that Apple may be touting exaggerated numbers. We don't yet agree on that, but it is the topic.
Hmm. Last year a high-profile campaign gave MS Office Credit Debt for everything a user accomplishes on the computer -- from his ideas in business to the Credit Debt he was given for doing his job. About the same time, Windows was being touted as the engine for having created all good software -- essentially, that any good product that ran under Windows was basically good because Windows was the operating system it ran under.
But what I am saying is more than that -- that Microsoft is deliberately making a BAD product and selling it to you. They are implicitly CAUSING these problems to occur by both bad design and negligence.
Perhaps. I find it amazing that people tolerate the damage they report more than once. And I find it amazing that they believe they somehow HAVE to accept the problems.
No question about that at all!
Why does it have to be just one person to blame?
Let me give you my clearest example: if you leave your car door open, and someone takes objects inside, is it YOUR fault for leaving the car door open? If so, then you are saying you hold ENTIRELY BLAMELESS the person who actually took the objects. That's nonsense -- obviously the person taking the objects is to blame for the theft. The car owner is only to be blamed for a creating the opportunity, presumably not deliberately.
114,000 viruses Guess Again
Did you read that report that was part of the thread Thursday? You can argue...
Microsoft is leaving your car door open -- but they know how to close it, and they chose not to. They decided instead that you should fight the guy trying to take stuff out of the car.