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Good Morning,  !
Today is Friday, July 22
Time to wear a bit of red to show your support for the troops!

Thank you, Richard!

Some asked me how Microsoft got away with paying just 7% tax.
Easy, by running most of their business trhough off-shore
tax havens like Puerto Rico, Singapore, Ireland, etc.

In addition to that, Windows 7 sales turned out to be as dismal 
as Vista, or worse. Actually, most of those "sales" are not
really honest sales to end users. Most of the time computer
manufacturers just have some sweet deal with Microsoft and
the end user only gets a non-transferable usage license tied
to a specific computer. Unlike previous versions, where 
you could for example buy XP and put it onto whatever machine
you wanted to, with Windows 7 you just paid for the limited
rights to use it on a specific machine, that you bought from 
DELL or Acer or HP.

In their advetising, though, Microsoft counts it as a sale.

In spite of all those tricky manipulations, most of Microsoft's
income this quarter came from Xbox and office software.
Will they learn and start to listen what people want?

No, of course not. Don't be silly!

They are frantically working on Windows 8 and they expect 
you to get ready to switch to tablet PCs next year. They say
change is good for you. 

Personally, I am glad that XP still works fine on large 
monitors, and I am in absolutely no hurry to change to small

Have FUN!

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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Carl Thomas, 63, Oklahoma City Wrong way to date OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma City police said a woman fought off a home intruder with a box fan and the intruder left behind a crucial piece of evidence -- his wallet. Police said a mother was asleep in her room early Tuesday morning along with her six children when she woke up to 63-year-old Carl Thomas climbing in the window above her bed. The homeowner told police she saw two arms reaching into her room and that's when she grabbed the fan next to her bed and hit Thomas in the back. When Oklahoma City Police arrived they found the intruder's clothing scattered on the ground next to the window where the break-in occurred. Police found a leather wallet inside the pocket of the shorts, and inside they found a man's identification card. While police were still investigating, they overheard the neighbor's dog barking and, with their flashlight, caught a glimpse of Thomas in white boxers and socks trying to jump a fence in the 400 block of NW 79th Street. Although Thomas tried to run, K-9 officer's tracked him down, according to the police report. Police said Thomas was bitten by the K-9 in the process and transported to the Hospital. The victim was able to identify him as the man who she had seen in her window. The woman told police Thomas had made several attempts to date her, but she refused each time. Thomas was booked into Jail and now faces burglary charges.
From the Tech Support Pits: From: Linda Re: Registry Booster Dear Webby HELP this is the best part of your letter. I love it.and of course I have a problem, I hope you can help me. Somehow I have acquired a malware (uniblue registry booster)that my virus proctor missed. every time I open my computer it shows up on my desktop and I can not get rid of it.what can I do without calling a tech person who charge you to help. I'm on disability and a fixed income so it's hard to come up with extra money. there not cheap either. thank you for any help you can give me. Linda Dear Linda UniBlue Registry Booster is not malware, not at all! It is a tool, that cleans up your Registry, and that you or somebody in your family paid good money for. It is not a free tool. I would not advise to un-install it, even though that would be easy enough to do. Just keep in mind, that it performs a very valuable task, and let it do it's job. The new version of Registry Booster lets you specify, when it should do it's job, so that it does not interfere when you start up and are impatient to get to your email. In the meantime, just relax and let it clean up the mess Windows or users have made in the Registry. Have FUN! DearWebby
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