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December 19, 2010


Brad Fallon

I have just upgraded to Windows 7 and I was always been a user of Windows ever since I encountered a pc. The ribbon menu are great, its easy for everyone to comprehend. Thanks for the nice post.

kiralık devremülkler

thank you. i love to read this type of information posts. again thank you...

Digital Blog

Nice information, thank you buddy.. inspiring!


I agree to an extent, although I've gotten used to using office 2010, I find the ribbons are counter-intuitive in a few programs - mainly word/excel, you have to go searching for things as opposed to being where they should be. Microsoft should address this problem.

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