[access-uk] Re: Preventing malware?

Derek,
Derek,

I think "DOS" perfectly describes what the programmers at Microsoft do
all day!  considering how "Popular" windows is, I would have thought
they would have made it fully accessible by now without the need for
adding expensive software like JAWS.  It is a fact that most people who
use Apple Macs, swear by them, unlike the rest of us, that swear at
Microsoft!

Dave

Dave says

"Reliable, easy to use!! I hope you aren't referring to Windows and
JAWS!!"

 Would you  want to turn clock back to the days of DOS?

Oh I  miss the "bat" files. Remember how we could create a file, that
would then do  a number of  commands automatically.


Regards, Derek
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