[ros-general] "My Computer" and co.
Andrew "Silver Blade" Greenwood
lists at silverblade.co.uk
Sun Mar 7 00:00:29 CET 2004
I'm not saying we should change it entirely, but to just remove the
un-necessary "My"s that are appearing everywhere. It won't be long before we
have "My Favorites" and "My Outlook Express" and "My Internet Explorer"...
Just a preference really, but I've had 3 people agree that "My" is
un-necessary. It's no biggie, just wondered what everyone else thinks?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Casper Hornstrup" <chorns at users.sourceforge.net>
To: <ros-general at reactos.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 06, 2004 11:36 PM
Subject: RE: [ros-general] "My Computer" and co.
> I don't see a good reason for not using the familiar Microsoft
> terminlogy in vanilla ReactOS. But ReactOS is open source so you can
> create your own distribution and use whatever terminlogy you want.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: ros-general-bounces at reactos.com
> > [mailto:ros-general-bounces at reactos.com] On Behalf Of Andrew
> > "Silver Blade" Greenwood
> > Sent: 7. marts 2004 00:27
> > To: ros-general at reactos.com
> > Subject: [ros-general] "My Computer" and co.
> > Just a small request, after having to endure Microsoft's
> > attempts to make everything "mine".
> > Can we PLEASE not mirror Microsoft's:
> > - My Computer
> > - My Network Places
> > - My Documents
> > - My Pictures
> > - My Music
> > and so on.
> > Can we at least have "The Computer" "Network" "Documents"
> > etc. instead?
> > Something a little less selfish-sounding please!
> > May seem like a stupid request, but I have spent a long time
> > tweaking Windows to stop it from reminding me that my files
> > are, in fact, my files, along with anything anyone else in my
> > family save on my computer.
> > So, erm, can we get rid of all this "me me me", or at least
> > make it optional?
> > -Andrew
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