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


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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