Windows 7's Official Release Prompts bMighty Apology
I admit it. I was wrong. Almost a year ago, bMighty posted a story on 10 things we DIDN'T think would happen in 2009. We were right about most of them, but it became all inarguable that I totally blew # 7 when
I admit it. I was wrong. Almost a year ago, bMighty posted a story on 10 things we DIDN'T think would happen in 2009. We were right about most of them, but it became all inarguable that I totally blew # 7 when Windows 7 officially launched today.I don't mind being wrong, though. Despite some flaws, Windows 7 is a pretty darn good operating system, and it's a relief to finally put the long Vista nightmare behind us. Windows XP couldn't last forever, and maybe the new OS will help get new computers into more peoples' hands, and that's always a good thing. It would not have been good for anyone if we had to make like Cubs fans and "wait 'till next year."
Despite our shortsighted error, however, bMighty is not stinting on the Windows 7 coverage.
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