So, what do you think of it? I've been running it for all of two days and I'm getting the enter-enter-left arrow-enter thing to tell it to do what I told it to do in the first place down. Security by bombarding me with messages I just click through is not really security. Not sure what it does that Xp doesn't.
Well, a few observations I guess:
You are right about the added layers of 'security' and having to click on extra things to confirm what you what to do. A bit 'annoying' but MAYBE its a viable solution. Under XP, unless you changed your default user permissions EVERYTHING ran as Administrator, so things like Malware/Spyware were easily propagated.
There seems to be a bug in CS2 of some type where it prompts you to Register it every time you run the program, even if you say "Never Register"
TCP/IP networking seems HELLA fast, I get additional speed out of my cable modem.
Setting up wireless networking: more user friendly and more intuitive, I consider that a plus.
OS seems faster on equivalent hardware than XP, allthou that might not be a fair comparison because my XP install is quite old, and I probably have a lot of junk built
up in the registry, however even RC2 seems 'zippy'.
If I think of something else, I'll add to this, considering I CAN talk about it