Not all technology memories are happy ones
Windows 8.1 has a lot of users in a flap over its tiles, style and the way it works. It’s different, but it does work and it’s pretty quick as well.
Windows Vista, the last ‘bad’ operating system from Microsoft, was met with pretty much the same scorn. But once you apply a service pack or two and a few updates, and if you take a moment to tweak behind the scenes, Vista actually becomes a half-decent OS.
Before 8.1 and Vista, though, was something far worse. An operating system that Microsoft would really want to brush under the rug once and for all and, in the process, wipe everyone’s memory of such a thing ever happening. That OS is, of course, the ill-fated Windows ME. But it can’t be all that bad, can it?