Anyone got any ideas on how to edit the header information in Outlook 2010? can i make a default custom header? is it even possible in Outlook? was easy in windows mail
also get this yellow popup box at the bottom that Windows Desktop Search is not installed...
why cant they let the users decide on what to be installed?? its like every decent application now are just upgrading with a bunch of useless features which is instead of making it usefull for the end user just drags the whole system 90% of the time when the feature is not even being used. I just got outlook for sending and recieving mail, its a nice application, but when launching the application my system seems to turn down on its knees for 10 seconds like a virus, even got ssd drives and 4gb of ram, like we need a circus just to write a letter.
try to install photoshop these days and your computer will run 15 background processes with all kinds of 3rd party applications running around 10 different services, its insane, you cant even install photoshop and use it like clean application without going to a warez scene and grab yourself a hacked portable version, and when all the really necessary tools are still in photoshop version dated back in the 90s- its insane how the software developers are just throwing in a bunch of features just to advertize on how much the application can do so that they can sell of more copies to clueless people hoping for something good when nothing has really changed, they just packaging it in another form and add a couple of "automated" processes letting the end user think he has got something good when it just works there in the background killing your system. there should be a rule against all of this, its like jobs and apple, pushing the limits, lol, trying to get everything crammed in the ipod, lol, and people buy that shit. sry for you guys who actually enjoy it, but if u were me u would know that electronics are all the same bs, its just a different design, its like reinventing the wheel, how you gonna do that, poor asian working class working around the hour for lower nm production. but at least you paid for it.