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  • boggy4062 boggy4062 Nov 27, 2010 3:46 AM Flag

    Microsoft's another screw up; enough already!

    Microsoft incompetence just never seize to amaze me. Having so much financial and human resources Steve Ballmer's "gurus" keep failing in doing what should be relatively easy picking.

    They just announced that they cannot(!!!) resolve a technical issue of their new version of Microsoft Home Server (which literally makes or brakes the product), so they are pulling the feature of file extender out! I understand that all the cheap brainiacs in China and India couldn't hack it, but what about good American software engineers here in US .... or Europe? How am I supposed to trust a company, which seems to disappoint and abandon its customers over and over again? Who in the right mind would entrust their information to a company like this (talking about "cloud" computing drive by MS, when they cannot deliver on relatively simple products like WHS? I hope Steve Jobs sees this and creates a good commercial for Holiday shopping making fun of Microsoft's another Christmas "gift" to its users.

    This is a total joke!

    It seems that Steve Ballmer, and many of his management folks are not up to the task to lead MS any more (what MSFT has done for investors since 1999? - NOTHING -except enriching EU and US government's in paid extortion money)... I am seriously considering dumping MSFT as the company gets bigger and lately more often then ever fails to deliver on their promises and products.

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