June 10th, 2008



So I had to switch email programs to Thunderbird. Microsoft insisted, when Vista was made (indirectly or not) so that older versions of Outlook wouldn't work right. I got tired of typing in my password every time I opened the program, and of telling it to download email.

Since I never used any of the note or calendar functions on the home computer, I get everything I need from Thunderbird.

But really? Why? Why is it necessary that my perfectly serviceable program becomes annoying? Grrr.