I think that most people blame Windows when something goes wrong, even when the problem in question has no relation to Microsoft or Windows at all. It's a worthy contender though when something is not working correctly or at all. Someone or something has to take the blame so why not pass the blame?
Although, for all its bad points, Windows sometimes works as it should without problems. One of the keys to running a stable Windows based system is to provide a lot of resources and not install too many applications as doing so will in most cases cause problems as a lot of applications do things we don't know about, unless an application is running which monitors system changes.
That is what I have found anyway. Keep the system clean and a fresh install or restore from a clean Ghost image will not be required as often. It's not the definitive key to Windows harmony, but it's a start.Post ID: 689, posted by jase at 06:07 PM
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