I hate that quote - if we lived by the broken/fix quote there, we would never go anywhere. No one is saying MS Office is broken, but does that mean improvements should not be made? You, being a major supporter or technological advancement, are the last person I would've expected to say that. :)
Originally posted by Elledan
I see your point, Chris, but I can't stop wondering why this .NET stuff would be necessary. Stand-alone programs work, why should you want to change this? For the ease of never having to update your programs? Well, if you've to update your programs a lot of times, you're either using the wrong programs or running Windows :p
"If it ain't broken, don't fix it."