Sorry Windows, I'm working here!
OKAY! I have been working on yearbook stuff all day, and about two hours ago, I got several pop-up Windows warning that said "Updates are ready to be installed"
I'm thinkin, I DON"T GIVE A CRAP! I HAVE A DEADLINE!
So I've just been X'ing out of them all day.
Well, I got fed up and let it install the updates. So I thought, "There, that'll shut it up"
It did shut it up until the updates were installed and I needed to restart my computer. Well, I'm kinda busy and don't have time to restart my computer right now, so I'll just click "I'll restart later"
So I continue to work. Ten minutes later, a dialogue pops up and says, "You need to restart your computer for the updates to take place"
So, once again, I click "I"ll restart later (retard)"
Then ten minutes of working later, it pops up again...
I click "Restart later"
TEN FRIKKIN MINUTES LATER IT POPS UP AGAIN!
So I just click restart later and then I have to go through all the documents I'm working on (like ten of them) and save them, write down the last things I typed so I can keep my train of thought going, and then I restart the damned computer...
Is there a way to make windows stop bugging me like that?? I don't mind the update thing, I know how to shut that off, but those stupid restart messages... can those be shut up? I'd really appreciate it.
Oh, thats not a smiley? well, okay then.
17" MacBook Pro
2.3ghz Intel i7 // 8gb RAM
The older computer
2.53ghz Intel e7200 // 4gb HyperX // EVGA 9800 GTX 512mb // Win7