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Re: Symantec Moves Against Piracy with Product Activation Requirements 3  DATALINKCP   2003-10-22 18:41:47 
Re: The Future of Human Knowledge: The Semantic Web 2  VKD   2003-10-21 05:23:24 
Re: ClearSpeed Unveils Multithreaded Array Processor 3  retflyr   2003-10-20 06:08:24 
Re: Plasma Screens and the Future of Display Technology 3  DianeStresing   2003-10-16 05:39:28 
Re: New Swen Worm Poses as MS Patch, Spreads 6  smarwar   2003-10-15 19:19:17 
Re: Wi-Fi - To Free or Not To Free 2  maxlent   2003-10-14 17:41:11 
Re: Music Sharing Goes on Despite Lawsuits 2  just_bones   2003-10-14 02:10:10 
Re: Spyware Removal Tools Stop Snoopers 2  NetNinja   2003-10-13 08:48:45 
Re: Swen Worm Infects Over 1.5 Million Computers 8  wilsoncito   2003-10-13 08:33:45 
Re: The Agony and the Ecstasy of Hacking the Xbox 2  brendan_orr   2003-10-13 00:15:03 
Re: New Bill Makes File Swapping a Felony 10  SleepEKat   2003-10-10 13:00:25 
Re: Apple Sets Release Date for Mac OS X Panther 2  dascribe   2003-10-08 12:55:31 
Re: Microsoft Deal Ties BIOS Tightly to Windows 2  glennthigpen   2003-10-07 14:38:10 
Re: SGI Removes Code, Rebuffs SCO 2  br3n   2003-10-06 12:50:56 
Re: Indemnification and Linux Insanity 63  cypherpunks   2003-10-05 14:16:49 
Re: RIAA Tactics in Question After Dismissal of Suit 2  ratrap   2003-10-01 11:16:24 
Re: Inside Windows Server 2003 4  jhelliot   2003-09-30 01:48:26 
Re: Computer Viruses and Organized Crime: The Inside Story 2  kaaremi   2003-09-30 00:38:21 
Re: Linux, Microsoft and the 64-Bit Decade 5  sujainath   2003-09-28 08:19:56 
Re: VeriSign Wildcard Service Brings Call To Stop, Lawsuit 2  theyoshi   2003-09-23 07:44:00 

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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."