'Craplets' could damage launch of Vista OS...(well, according to Microsoft)

Posted by xMorpheousx416 on January 12 2007, 12:03 AM. Posted in Windows Vista.

Ya know....for the most part, I usually don't post news found from other sites like Neowin because most of us here read news from there as well, but this is just....oh, I don't know - flat out ridiculous.  (and I'm being nice)My opinion:  As if...I mean truly, as if we need Microsoft to be the end all be all judge of anyone else's actions.  And, to top it all off, the insulting way this "executive who wishes to remain anonymous" (yeah, I would too if I just insulted all the OEM's and other software designers/creators/companies while representing MS - not to mention the consumers) comes across calling any or other third party software NOT detemined by Microsoft to run it thru it's determination of what is truly compatible with Vista - - - -CRAP.Yep...that means Adobe, AOL, Norton (Symantec), Trend Micro....etc, etc, etc etc....whatever it is these days that comes as third party software or demo/time constrained titles that OEM builders install on systems to help pay the bills.
"One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them."
anyways....I can rant about this in the comments....but this needed to be passed on to those at Microsoft that see this.  The company tries a lot of backwards "dark alley" tricks to get what they want, but when they go too far (assuming this information is true), it's time we step in and pull back the reigns.Enjoy the article!  I know I did....