Thursday, December 1

A Microsoft SCAM?

Monopoly Microsoft Attacks Again

Let's face it, goggle is gaining ground by the minute with new and FREE programs, Firefox browser is OUTDOING Microsoft Destroyer browser by miles, and the Outsourcing people are giving us FREE programs that are the same as the programs Microsoft offers at extremely high prices.

So, what does this all add up to?


We cannot turn our computers on without some sort of horrendous hazard warning from Microsoft telling us we must download the recent patch or else face computer doom. Well, I for one am sick and tired of all this hoopla for Microsoft, especially considering the mere fact that Mircrosoft is soon to release its new operating system: VISTA, one that is supposed to end all hacker attacks.

And if you believe this, well how about some land in New Orleans?

PCWorld posted a warning notice yesterday that explains how Microsoft has failed us again. We all know that Microsoft only issues their patches on Tuesdays...However this new situation where hackers have "posted a sample of code that could be used to attack a Windows machine that has not been updated with the most recent Microsoft security patches" (

If you think about it, Microsoft could be the hacker here, forcing people into believing that in their best computer efforts, the all new VISTA is a must have...For this guy I am switching over to Linux next week and I will report my progress.

I am joining the millions out there, including IBM, Ontario School Board, and hundreds of companies who have made the switch from Micromesssoft products to a completely free and proven most efficient system: Linux.


At 3:23 p.m. , Blogger Grampapinhead said...

I linked and featured this piece on my site today. Best of luck, and looking forward to your reports.

At 4:30 p.m. , Blogger Gregory West - Freelance Writer said...

Thank you Grampainhead, I will certainly attempt to write about my new Linux experiences. You can also go to (my computer club) to see more about our Linux Special Interest Group. Thanks again for your interest.


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