Thursday, March 09, 2006

Troubleshooting Internet Explorer

I've always said, Windows is non-deterministic. That is, for any two identical pieces of hardware running identically installed Windows software, the two machines will behave differently. This phenomenon increases over time--the longer a particular installation of Windows has been in existence, the more its behavior will diverge from its original baseline.

Internet Explorer is no exception

1 Comments:

Anonymous Scott said...

With so much invested in learning their custom deviation no wonder many windows users are so reluctant to backup, format, and reinstall.

11:43 PM  

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