We have all these people who insist W2K or XP is the best, but they've never spent more than 10 minutes trying to learn anything new. They claim that the newer versions of Windows are too difficult to use, are inefficient to work with, etc., but the bottom line is they've never put more than 10 minutes worth of effort into trying to learn how to take advantage of the improvements in the newer versions of Windows.
That was in your response to glitch177k's response to tony (titled "Exactly!"). Tony said he tried it, didn't like, and felt it was suited only to a tablet. At no time did tony imply any of what you assume or state in those two sentences. The rest of your complaints are also based on reading something more into the posted words that is actually there.
If there is indeed be a communications issue here, it's not one-sided.
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