Windows Vista in Software Posted April 17, 2007 LOL! You do know that rridgley is a volunteer on this site and gets paid nothing by the sites owners don't you? Some people enjoy helping others because its rewarding to help others, and it feels good to use a skill that you are good at to enrich other peoples experiences in life. I happen to do a lot of volunteer work myself for that exact reason. More than most people. I like to help people. I go to old folks homes and Churches and do low-income seniors' taxes. I also tutor students free. I like to think I am trying to help people informing them about Linux and get shot for it every time. Saved me a lot of money and time making the switch. Some very rude remarks have been made. Maybe you didn't see them before they were edited. I did. There is no call for that, even if you disagree with me. I've been running Linux two months now doing everything I want. I think it is a viable option for those of us who can't afford new computers and OSs(I am not rich, will probably be late with rent this month). I still haven't used a command line. Although some of you on windows will have done so. Start>Run...ring a bell? It's been a slice. Take care Andavari and have fun with Linux.