On Wednesday 01 December 2004 11:39, Jason Corcoran wrote:
> Given that XP SP2 is 2GB (Not sure about the size, but this was the figure
> batted around my old work place) how many dialups or *can be bothered
> downloading that size of a service pack* merchants are out there.
As a matter of interest - this is a Windows mailing list, isn't it? -
how do you tell what Windows SP is installed?
Whenever I go over to Windows -
so my grand-daughter can play Sims-2 -
Mr Gates seems to tell me he is checking my system
to see that it is up-tp-date, which I think is very nice of him.
Doesn't he charge for his services?
This box goes to the internet through a Linux box.
Could a clever scoundrel get through to it?
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