But that doesn't mean I can't fill you in on some of what's happened in the
past month. I now have a Windows system at home, only because of a project
I'm working on. The machine was supplied by the client so it's not like I
paid for it.
I did, however, have to install Windows 98 on the system. And incredibly,
it took only four reboots to have a functioning Windows 98 system. I think
the record (amongst friends) is about eighteen reboots to get a Windows
system working. I count myself lucky.
Then I installed one of the software packages I needed, only to find it
needed another package before I could continue.
I did end up at CompUSA to get some of what I needed for
the project, but it wasn't as bad
some people have said it could be.
I'm still trying to get the stuff working though.
It's been only about three weeks or so.
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