Why the heck would ANYONE want to repeatedly move their mouse a further distance (from the general central area of a webpage) over and over when choosing different TABs throughout... Continue Readingthe day with "TABs on Top" -- it's asinine. Multiply that by hundreds of days and the time to move the mouse further over and over and over would add up to HOURS. And yet software idiots say things like "autocomplete" "saves seconds". But fundamentally, how can any software team in their right mind *remove* native customization capability, repeatedly, from a product. My point is not that Firefox can't be EXTERNALLY "customized" by 3rd party add-ons, but I want to expose their inexperience and non-listening attitude. Arrogance = Mozilla = less market share.
Windows 8 is an inferior product. If Windows 9 is better, I will still have to pay heavily for the change. Microsoft wins either way. Sold me... Continue Readinga mangy dog and will make me pay again for a better version. Stopped support for a really good product because it lasted too long and they didn't have a way of wringing more money out of me. Shame on you Microsoft. You should refund all the money invested in a lemon. And goodbye to the charms and apps. What about just a good basic computer without the silly bells and whistles?
I hate Sprint so much. I can't wait for when my contract is up with them. I'm tired of paying for "Premium Data Service," and it's total garbage.... Continue Reading 3g speeds are a joke, and even when I do get 4G/LTE, I walk 20 feet...then back to 3g. Even LTE is light years behind Verizon and AT&T from a performance standpoint. All this nonsense about "better data packages" mean nothing when your data network is the laughing stock of wireless providers. Heck, Sprint's data network makes a 28.8 baud rate dial-up connection look sexy. Finally, while this is not just Sprint but greedy companies in general, I don't know why they continue to advertise prices on plans and services. Example being, Sprint is $100 then $15 per line. OK, so you have a bill of $160 right? Wrong, once they get done nickel and diming you (taxes and bogus surcharges, again this is not all on Sprint), that $160 now becomes over $200! Either way, you get what you pay for, and Sprint may be cheaper than AT&T and Verizon, but far less reliable. The costs for AT&T and Verizon are worth the upcharge if you ask me.