> "Keith" <Keith@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>I got my company to spring for the computer of my dreams but Vista has
>> it into a nightmare. I cannot organize my thousands of photos as there
>> is no
>> way to easily move pictures to another file. You can drag and copy which
>> useless as that leaves the pictures in both places.
> When you drag something and it ends up in both places, that's because the
> two places are on different disk drives. This has been normal behavior
> since Windows 95. To move them, Select, Cut (Ctrl-X), and Paste (Ctrl-V).
.... etc. ...
>> Gateway refused to send
>> me XP so I could get rid of this virus they call an operating system
>> has cost me an extra thousand dollars in finding compatible software.
Didn't you buy Vista voluntarily? You can buy XP too. Many dealers still
And can you tell me what software you found incompatible with Vista? I do a
lot of graphics myself and have not had any trouble with Adobe products, nor
various other things, and I even got my antiquated Nikon scanner working.
Software doesn't have to say "Vista" in the name in order to work under
Vista. Even device drivers
to not have to be "for Vista" to work; most XP
device drivers work just fine.
>> really should be a class action lawsuit against Microsoft for introducing
>> this disgrace and all computer companies who recommend it for their
>> computers. Is Microsoft going to offer fixes for all the shortcomings
>> glitches? AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.
> You have not pointed out any problem with Vista.
Also, do you sue McDonald's when you order a hamburger with ketchup, get a
hamburger with ketchup, and then decide you would rather not have had