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Re: AOL Decides To Offer Discount Internet Service 2  radha11   2003-10-16 23:15:20 
Re: Yahoo's Surprising Success Strategy 4  sophiet3   2003-10-15 08:13:35 
Re: Spyware Products: Crossing the Line 2  McCall   2003-10-14 10:52:22 
Re: The Carrot, the Stick and the Music Industry 5  dancingfool   2003-10-09 13:04:19 
Re: MP3 Lawsuit Amounts to a Hill of Beans 2  dancingfool   2003-10-09 12:57:35 
Re: Napster Goes Legit This Week 2  angela_6   2003-10-08 19:56:03 
Re: New York Sues Spammer 2  pastorbob   2003-10-07 09:34:53 
Re: Analyst: Sun Is in Crisis Situation 2  cypherpunks   2003-10-06 03:35:35 
Re: The New Security Risk of VoIP 2  bmforbes   2003-10-02 12:05:21 
Re: Five E-Commerce Trends To Watch 3  telania   2003-10-01 17:30:12 
Re: Apple's New Bid for Insane Greatness 7  TMO_Bryan   2003-10-01 02:16:15 
Re: Should Enterprises Dump Outlook? 5  kiu   2003-09-30 07:01:24 
Re: @stake Uproots Geer's Career After Anti-Microsoft Report 4  glennwsmith   2003-09-26 22:21:58 
Re: Customer Conversion in Spotlight at eTail2003 Conference 2  preetirjoshi   2003-09-24 12:21:04 
Re: Boo.com Rises from Dot-Com Graveyard 2  preetirjoshi   2003-09-24 12:03:51 
Re: Will E-Commerce Ever Beat the 1 Percent Problem? 4  EMktr   2003-09-23 13:03:00 
Re: What Sells Best Online 3  sdab   2003-09-22 17:39:03 
Re: P2P Goes Corporate 3  nu2it   2003-09-22 12:44:35 
Re: OS Wars: Solaris vs. Linux - Part 2 10  stephlosi   2003-09-19 15:46:29 
Re: Artists Blast Record Companies Over Lawsuits Against Downloaders 2  jbarnard   2003-09-19 06:09:28 

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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."