You've heard the old saying, "Can't teach an old dog new tricks." I'm beginning to believe that applies to me. I just purchased a new computer and of course, it's cursed with Vista. My sweet old Dell gave up her ghost at the most inopportune time: I've been designing a conference brochure and a poster, as well as reviewing books and working on my own personal writings.
I can't say yet that I hate Vista. To me, it seems a little weird. It does the same things XP does (so far) except in a scrambled up way. I feel as though I'm playing a perpetual game of hide and seek because I have to search and search to find my favorite tasks. And that reminds me: I haven't yet found where I can put my favorites, and I don't know how to delete a word file. Anyone know?
I've been out of town all week--in Corpus Christi, playing with Vista, trying to get used to this different keyboard, and looking at the ocean on the rainy days we've had. All that water, the beautiful sail boats, provided a calming effect while I fumbled around with this flashy HP.
Ask me next week how much I like or dislike Vista. I'll probably have an answer by then. In the meantime, leave a message. If you have Vista tell me what you like about it...what you hate about it... and how to delete a word doc I no longer want.