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Every man can tell how many goats or sheep he possesses, but not how many friends.
I'm sure Adobe just made money from your oversight. Why does a company as big as Adobe have to resort to such trickery? The weekly updates are enough to drive a person mad!!! To add insult to injury, their updates 'forget' the option I set for the Automatic/Manual/Never update setting...On every update, I have to change it to manual...next time, I may opt to try the 'Never' option to see if it works. Also, how many people have actually found a purpose for the persistent shortcut that the Adobe reader update puts on the desktop?
The other thing they do is assume you are opted-in unless you tell it not to. That really pisses me off. I have to live with Flash but installing that piece of sh*t McAfee is like going into MacDonalds and ordering a sh*t burger and then having a packet of dog turds chips given to you.
Oh wait! I just remembered Flash = McAfee = MacDonalds = Dog Turds.
"I do not have to forgive my enemies, I have had them all shot." — Ramón Maria Narváez (1800-68).
"I don't need to shoot my enemies, I don't have any." - Me (2012).
Well, where I live is in the middle of a major Ice/Freezing Rain storm, and I had to be at Ivy Text for a 7:30 AM Economics class, and as it's 7:23, I am starting to think class is canceled, even though I have recieved no emails or other notifications about it. If class is canceled, then
a study using a representative online sample of nearly 1000 people, ages 18 and older from across the US. The participants were chosen from a random survey panel and were required to have used a major search engine in the past month.
Well, at least they were very thorough.
– with all branding removed from both search engines. The test did not include ads or content in other parts of the page such as Bing’s Snapshot and Social Search panes and Google’s Knowledge Graph
It doesn't matter how good your product is, it's not very useful to compare it without the UX.
The redirect url www.bingiton.com is registered to MarkMonitor[^] which specialises in brand protection. I could understand what they are doing as part of a marketing exercise, but not as brand protection. If MS have not engaged them it is a bit poacher-turned-gamekeeper, if MS did then it's an odd move.
Yeah, well, I gave up using Google when I once looked up Glomerulonephritis, which my wife told me one her friends had. The first five results were for folks, including Amazon, recommending that I buy Glomerulonephritis from them.