"After a hard day at work all you want to do is get home" - don't they have pubs in that area??
Mines the one with the earplugs.
7 posts • joined 27 Feb 2008
"Apart from Windows Server 2003, the 12-18 months of any Windows product has always been a painful experience. The simple thing for people is to avoid this period if you don't want to face the prospect of some bits not working."
And that's OK is it? Normally putting something out that may not work properly is called a beta test. Sure their will be bugs, but no one should have to put up with the first 12-18 months being painful.
Seems that MS are in the enviable position that people will just accept it - although hopefully that's changing with their latest abortion of an OS.
Surely sending a large amount of spam mail from an infected machine generates an abnormal amount of upload traffic for the average connection.
If the ISP's could monitor the upload traffic and warn users whose traffic exceeds normal use, then at least the user might be alerted to the fact that something is running that shouldn't be. Most of the time, no one would notice that upload traffic was being generated.
Let the flames begin....
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