No thanks Sun

Saw this over on Channel 9.

Sun Java ad

What the hell? We know we're using Sun Java, we had to manually install it since Java no longer ships with Windows, you've wasted millions of Windows users' time already, now you're wasting who knows how many millions of seconds by forcing us to close your own stupid pop-up ads in the system tray.

I've since removed Sun Java from all my systems.

9 comments

Comment from: Wester [Visitor]
Wester

LOL Java loves you Paul!!! ;)

25th March 2005 @ 16:43
Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

java loves paul :( oh no

25th March 2005 @ 19:40
Comment from: Wester [Visitor]
Wester

Err I was just joking Catherine! No need to be upset! ;)

26th March 2005 @ 01:11
Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

O_o why would i be upset

26th March 2005 @ 01:40
Comment from: Wester [Visitor]
Wester

I dunno. The sad emoticon?

26th March 2005 @ 05:23
Comment from: Wester [Visitor]
Wester

Oh and BTW, Paul, judging from the icons displayed in your system tray, why exactly do you have all those apps/proccesses running at once? Now given you have an AMD Athlon 64 3200+ CPU and 1GB of dual-channel DDR-400 SDRAM, apparently you really shouldn't have to worry about freeing up system RAM consuming resources and what not, I'm just saying......

26th March 2005 @ 06:18
Comment from: [Member]
Paul

Saw this over on Channel 9... It's not my system tray.

26th March 2005 @ 10:46
Comment from: Wester [Visitor]
Wester

Wait a second, you're right, it absolutely COUDN'T be your system as it's obviously running Service Pack 1 judging from the Wireless Network Connection status icon!

26th March 2005 @ 16:05
Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

ahhhh O_o scary

26th March 2005 @ 20:39


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