- Even though I'm not used to it yet, Windows 7 is the bomb. It's fairly easy to get the hang of.
- I really wish Microsoft would stop idiot proofing everything. It makes things harder for those of us who know how to fiddle with computers (without breaking them).
- Word 2007 is freaking me out. Everything is so weird.
- It's nice to only hear a soft hum coming from my computer rather than the loud hum of my old unit.
- There's a way around everything, if you know where to look and how to do it. (Like the problem with my router, which isn't a problem anymore.)
- Outlook Express is no more, and Outlook 2007 doesn't like the old files, so my mail is currently disappeareded*. If you've ever talked to me through my other non-gmail address, please email me using that one. My Address Book is gone. (Until I find a way around the glitch, that is.)
- I didn't mention it before, but I was having a problem where FireFox wouldn't let me comment on certain blogs. (Which is why I was reading my blogroll every day, but you didn't know it. I wasn't being a toad - really I wasn't.) That problem is fixed and I can comment on everything again. Yay.
- I'm not as set in my ways as I thought. As strange and new as this whole experience is, I'm dealing with it.
What's up with you?
* yes, I meant to type disappeareded.
** Did you know Microsoft has special pricing available to schools and students - including homeschool programs? Well, I didn't but I do now. As of yesterday, Microsoft verified me as an official homeschooler and it saved me some major moolah. (Even if I still have to wait for the program to be shipped.) Enrolled college students get an even deeper discount, so if you're a student, check it out.