Re: Living with Microsoft Windows 7 for the next several years
Yeah, that's something that I had forgotten about. I ended up deleting all of the fonts in my Wine folder, and copying all of the True Type fonts from my real Windows install over to my ~/.fonts folder. It seemed to help a little, but I never got it looking nearly as smooth as in Windows. I'm not saying it can't be done, but I never got it perfect. I forgot about that particular problem.
Originally Posted by Copper Bezel
I agree with both of your points here. #1, what's the point of this thread?
Originally Posted by Scott Harrison
#2, Norton royally sucks. McAfee sucks, too. I agree with you on AVG, too. I've used AVG a lot, and never had anything get past it. Also, AVG doesn't slow down your computer nearly as much as Norton and McAfee. I always used the free edition, too.
People who think they have to have 10 different things installed to keep their computers safe are over the top and living in fear. When you talk about servicing computers every day and seeing all of these errors and problems come in, you have to keep in mind that only people who have problems are going to come in to you in the first place. The 99% of people who aren't having problems don't need their computers serviced.
Last edited by forrestcupp; July 16th, 2012 at 01:22 PM.
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