doubtless writes: "I am asked to search for methods/processes and tools that can aid a small team of programmers in improving the way we work (mainly maintenance and development.) as we are about to inherit a product source code that comes with almost zero documentations. So far I have looked at IEEE standards, IBM Rational Method Composer, EPF from Eclipse, and TopTeam Analyst. Each of these offers help in different areas of Software Development. However, I am searching for something that will also aid the process of creating all necessary documentations of the said software (from requirements to design documents to user manual), any suggestions?"
firenurse writes: "Fox news has an interesting story titled "Microsoft Windows Vista's Nine Most Annoying Features". According to the article, "Windows Vista tries hard to protect us from ourselves. One unintended consequence is that it will sometimes block actions that we purposefully generated — and not even recognize that we selected the option."
The link is here.