HOW TO MAKE WINDOWS VISTA DOES NOT SUCK?

So in the meantime on my computer to answer a simple ctrl alt delete command (including of course requieres to go to a new screen and then in Manager tasks) so I could open the Manager tasks and close one of the 76 or process running on my computer more than a third of them already being installed on the computer when I got there I realized that windows vista is by far the worst system operating I've never used I think that the back is more user friendly I mean come on my computer has 8gbs of memory and it lags behind by watching videos on the oh so amazing windows MediaPlayer, which makes it why don't macafe or how ever u spell it suck it name of unnecessary programs but are yet to find its way as the virus he clames to stop on every vista computer and why do I need a Sidebar a dock and a toolbar essentially why do I need the unnecessary _ that comes with my computer why microsoft can't something that works really efficiently, how is that even this forum is complicated who designs things like and what kind of crazy drugs they take is how this operating system at all an improvement over xp... here at hopeing that windows 7 is not another useless software piece that half the world will eventually buy software because developers mainly doing things for PCs not Macs are an improvement in any case all you suck

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While Vista is not my favorite operating system, if it is installed on a solid material that supports, set up correctly, and don't abuse not the end user, Vista behaves very well. So if you are having problems with Vista, I suspect that the problem is really caused by the last factor mentioned in my previous sentence. I choose the word "mcafee [sic]" in that mess above, and who speaks to me a lot of the end user in this case. MS - MVP - Elephant Boy computers - don't panic!

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