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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • If you use Windows a bit more you will learn to hate it with every fibre in your being!

    Roaming profiles seems such a good idea, we use to have them at work, but IT found that with NT5 (2K) and particularly NT5.1 (XP) were so unreliable that they gave up on the idea, and roaming profiles are gradually being withdrawn.

    The lack of a sane file system is also a pain. I understand that since NT5/2K you can mount drives or devices(?) within a unified path structure, but I've never seen an NT admin do this, the

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    -- "It's not magic, it's work..."
    • I already do not like Windows. It is the epitome of anti-productivity tools (despite a recent add I saw for Office).

      No chance of Cygwin, which I have used elsewhere. I cannot install things, and the distro is bigger than the portable storage space I have.

      I really do not need the command line that often. If I could change some settings and run a .ini or .bat or .whatever I would be happy.