USASMA SIR: Well said, I couldn't agree more . I am cognizant of MS's history of major glitches in their OS, and the SP2 debacle. What is occurring , it seems to be dejavu again. It appears to be another debacle in their attempt to keep up with the Joneses(FF & Opera). For gain in market share? They are driving up the market share for their competitors(?) as hostile Ex IE7 users are flocking to the safe arms of Firefox!! Their view was that other software companies had ample time to bring their softwares in compliant with IE7, and it is not MS's problem. Clearly, this mindset infers they were cognizant of plethora of incompatibility issues in IE7, yet still acted in a reckless manner in pushing the software out. It did not seem they had the public' interest in heart. Some software companies or web sites may not be in compliant yet; however, knowing this is an apparent critical issue, MS should of have deal with this in a more responsible-productive manner, it is their problem too! Where is accountability?? Of course, it is the infallibility in their character. Presently, I prefer to be a spectator for the foreseeable future and watch them sort out the bugs first before I will join IE7 and VISTA user community. Sadly, it is unpalatable to see all these users' experiencing miles long of challenging issues. I am so happy I did not fall into that abyess. At this juncture, the word of the wise is best to wait a while. Will, USASMA sir: Since you have closer tie with MS, do you know how VISTA will be offered?? Thank you. Regards. YOYO.
Edited by MGBY, 07 November 2006 - 10:40 AM.