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Re: T-Mobile Rolls Out 3G Dongle Deal 3  jimnu   2009-03-25 16:05:51 
Re: Mobile Security: Saying Yes When You Really Should Say No 4  marksj12   2009-03-25 14:42:08 
Re: Social Networks and the Tricky Business of Transparency 3  krattster   2009-03-24 22:18:01 
Re: OnLive Promises Hard-Core Gaming Minus the Hardware 3  Kagehi   2009-03-24 14:37:06 
Re: Report: Security Holes Could Wreak Havoc in Proposed Smart Grid 2  ContinuumP   2009-03-24 05:23:04 
Re: Why It's OK for Newspapers to Die 11  KarenPage   2009-03-22 15:28:17 
Re: Online Journalism Experiment Begins in Seattle 3  mysky37   2009-03-21 09:36:47 
Re: Microsoft Debuts IE8, Only to Have It Hacked 2  LeeLorenzen   2009-03-20 11:11:35 
Re: What Apple and Google Could Teach AMD and FLOSS 3  milleman   2009-03-17 01:40:00 
Re: Social Networking Leaves Email in the Dust - Sort Of 2  smburns   2009-03-16 13:23:42 
Re: Social Networking's Silver Streak 2  SandwichINK   2009-03-16 10:14:54 
Re: Band Turns to MySpace to Block Parole for Guitarist's Killer 2  wbongalis   2009-03-15 12:56:57 
Re: Symantec Bungle Unleashes Torrent of Spam, Confusion 3  Old_Man_Dotes   2009-03-11 15:07:46 
Re: Report: Firefox Security Superiority a Myth 6  Runaway1956   2009-03-11 11:54:23 
Re: Zooming In on the Right Digital SLR Camera 2  TheJunkman   2009-03-11 06:21:48 
Re: Microsoft Installs IE Shut-Off Valve in Windows 7 2  IceaTronic   2009-03-10 20:22:36 
Re: Digitally Fueled Rants Kill Objectivity, User Trust 2  jkingsbury   2009-03-10 08:32:56 
Re: Obama Reverses Bush Direction on Stem Cell Funding 2  thevoiceatvoicedupcom   2009-03-10 05:24:32 
Re: Clamping Down on Enterprise Wireless Expenses 3  hyounpark   2009-03-06 14:34:20 
Re: Facebook Redesigns to Steal Twitter's Tweet Heat 3  Lisa_Quinn   2009-03-06 07:50:33 

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When an operating system upgrade is released for your personal computer, how soon do you install it?
ASAP -- I like to have the latest software and security features as soon as they become available.
After a Couple of Weeks -- I wait a little while in case there are problems reported by first users of the new OS.
After One Month or Longer -- I'm skeptical of new software versions and want to be confident that bugs have been fixed.
Maybe Never -- If my computer is working, my view is "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."