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Subject:Re: MS Agent From:John Ballard <JohnBallard -at- DigitalCourseBooks -dot- com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:Wed, 28 Jun 2000 13:19:15 -0500
Whether or not we like it, Microsoft does. Merlin will appear in the
Windows Millennium edition the first time you boot. "Windows Me" will
hit the shelves September 14. Below is a link to an article that
I'm currently developing a CBT and can't decide if or how I should use
an Agent character. I'd like to hear what others think about Microsoft
Disclaimer: I don't have any affiliation with the web sites mentioned
Azileretsis Y wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Let's not begin with the MS agent. We've got it set
> up on our intranet site. It's crashed my computer
> many times. It was cool for first few times around.
> Also, the thing is just plain irritating. We've seen
> not only the the Microsoft one but others as well.
> Even now, people shut down their Office Agent. Why
> would anyone want an irritating and intrusive Help
> What do you guys think? Is it user friendly or is it
> a step backward in usability?
> Altair Technologies, Inc.