> > Yes, we'd all like to have the Latest and Greatest, but if they're doing fine now > > with what they have, switching to the Latest and Greatest will mean nothing but $$$ > > and time wasted, and productivity lost. -JW > > Absolutely, and when smart people reverse-engineer Windows Vista/7/8 security updates > and find that XP is equally vulnerable due to sharing largely the same NT kernel, and > you end up spending an equally amount of money (come on, write "money", don't be > lazy) and lost productivity undoing the shit-show that results, you have nobody but > yourselves to blame. Sorry you have a victimization complex about geeks looking down > their noses at your ignorant ass, but don't make it my problem.
Again, your "ignorance" is assuming that every computer in use is net-connected, and therefore vulnerable. And also, assuming you're the only "geek" in this conversation. -JW