Thank this guy for 'control-alt-delete'
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    Thank this guy for 'control-alt-delete'

    Every time a software program locks up and you want to start over, every time you need to change your password or log on or off your computer, you can thank David J. Bradley.

    http://www.gannettonline.com/e/trends/18001162.html

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    damn thats cool. ctrl-alt-del is all that gets me through the week when my progs start getting all jacked up. good post
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    God bless David J. Bradley.

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    Without it, I would never have survived windows 95 or ME. That guys like a Messiah to windows.

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    He is going to retire this week..Just got this info from theregister.com ..thought i let ya know..

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    I would disagree with Win Me................

    I find that you usually lose the keyboard and mouse as well so the I/O switch is King!!! (a lot of resource problems on lightweight machines?)

    Cheers

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    w00t for resurgance of threads 4 months old
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    souleman: The new poster, tutsi, was just wanting to make it known that this fella is retiring. I think it's better on resources and more convenient/useful for him to do it the way he did, by posting in a thread that's already got information in it, instead of making an entirely new thread about it.

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