Any... yes ANY previous version of the Windows operating system was better than Windows 10. Yet the mega control freaks at Microsoft forced it down our gullets. To get us all to switch they said that they and their cohort Norton would no longer support Win 7... then they told every hacker in the world that we were wide open- come and get the hold outs.
My Windows 10 has developed a bug that will NOT DIE.
It's a constantly appearing, ever annoying "handy" pop-up window that wants to provide useless "Editing Tips" and I tried everything to kill it. I even went of Facebook and offered a free book to anyone who could kill it... some tried, all failed. Next one of those who was trying to help me connected me with Microsoft Support. That technician and I were online together working on it... no luck after one hour and 57 minutes of working it.
Finally he said that it was just a bug in my Windows 10, and the only way he figured I could fix it was with a fresh download of Windows 10... which I just did 3 days earlier.
May ANTIFA burn down Microsoft HQ.
If you really hate someone, do not wish death upon them, nor a kidney stone... just wish a Windows 10 bug upon them.
This blog is by Wes Oleszewski, cartoonist and author who draws world's only aviation and aero-space editorial cartoon strip, Klyde Morris. In the aviation industry, anybody who is anybody has read Klyde Morris. Thus if you are in this industry and you have never read Klyde Morris, you are a nobody- and you must quickly visit klydemorris.com so that you may finally become a somebody.
Wes has been drawing Klyde Morris since 1978 stopping only to take part in a career as an professional pilot. After 3 different airlines and one corporate operation, he can now state flatly that he has had the privilege of working for 4 of the worst air carriers in the nation. Thus, he went back to cartooning.
He's also the author of more than two dozen books.
Aviation subjects, spaceflight subjects... it's all good!
Sometimes... okay... most of the time, Wes has more to say than can be said in a cartoon and so we have this blog.