Jesus... No wonder, there is no link to the website in the summary. That's it, Slashdot. After so many years I'm done with you.
Check out FWBuilder. Anything beyond that concept would be overkill and extremely error-prone.
One word: BackupPC.
That means that I don't have to set my alarm clock this evening?
MCSEBear writes "Writer Paul Thurrott has given Microsoft a verbal dressing down for what has become of Windows Vista. He details Microsoft's broken promises over the years since Longhorn/Vista was first previewed back in 2003. He demonstrates where current Vista builds fail to live up to Microsoft's current hype of the much reduced feature set. From the article: 'I don't hate Windows Vista, and I certainly don't hate Microsoft for disappointing me and countless other customers with a product that doesn't even come close to meeting its original promises. I'm sure the company learned something from this debacle, and hopefully it will be more open and honest about what it can and cannot do in the future ... It some ways, Windows Vista actually will exceed Mac OS X and Linux, but not to the depth we were promised. Instead, Windows Vista will do what so many other Windows releases have done, and simply offer consumers and business users a few major changes and many subtle or minor updates. That's not horrible. It's just not what was promised.'"
Usually, I'm meta-moderating as often as possible - that means two or three times a day. I haven't had mod-points for months and I started to think that meta-moderating is actually decreasing the chance to get mod-points, so I stopped it for two days. What happened? I got mod-points! That happened two times now. It is either a bug in slashcode or wierdly intended.