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3.00 Beta (May 1, 2011)
Does not warn you that it will only work with 32bit Office before installation... forcing you to waste your time installing only to have to then turn arround and uninstall... pretty lame job by the installation development staff.
3.00 Beta (Jan 17, 2010 - 4:56 PM)
I would much rather use IE8 from a company like Microsoft who has the resources and track record to fix security holes as they are identified. IE is attacked more because there are simply more copies out there... Chrome and FF would likely have the same issues if they were as popular -- they question is can and will they be patched as fast?
3.00 Beta (Jan 2, 2010 - 3:27 PM)
Joe, I respectfully disagree. Tablets and Slates are the logical future. The typical computer user has LEARNED to live with the limitations of traditional laptops and desktops. I use Microsoft OneNote for all my meetings because I can type OR draw a diagram to illustrate a meeting point. The ability to mix text with hastily drawn graphics is normal in paper note taking but typically absent in typed notes. I've been using Tablets for years as both an R&D Software manager and a Seminary Student/Presbyterian Pastor. I have found it to be an irreplaceble tool in both environments. I suspect your lack of fondness for the platform has caused you to conclude the platform has no merit to anyone besides a few passionate geeks. Students, Managers, Engineers and Pastors (anyone needing to take and search notes with drawings) will benefit.