Where Windows Went Wrong

Ok, I am really going to date myself here. I have been using computers a long time. A really long time. Probably longer than some of you have been alive. Some of my first computing experiences involved juggling disks, floppy disks, big floppy disks. Hard drives were for the commercial users who had to store all those kilobytes of data or even (Gasp!) megabytes of data. For me one floppy to run the program and one to hold the data was all I needed. The fact that I could put my Professional Write disk in one drive and write a document on the other, spell check it and have it print to a dot matrix printer was pure magic for that time. I was hooked. There was no looking back. Continue reading Where Windows Went Wrong