Today I pulled the trigger in finally deciding to join "Forums."
It's taken awhile to make that decision inasmuch as my visiting here has occurred many times over many years and, certainly, beyond just one OS release.
In this Tech/Web World to which all of us have somehow contributed, over the years it's been nice to find one consistent, almost perfectly correct source within which to find some of the best doggone Windows, computer-tech advice and information found anywhere.
And should I also mention "best 'computing' brains" to go along with the above?
Joining Forums wasn't altogether difficult and, beyond attempts at distinguishing the squiggly letters and successfully (a second time) answering the anti-spam question, filling in the other "required" blanks was easily, if not painfully accomplished (one, well, THIS one finds it difficult to admit, much less now remember the COBOL on which he long, long ago cut his computer teeth).
Despite yet another reminder of time's passage, it truly is my honor to become a member of a resource whose utterances I have used for the better part of . . . well . . . I really don't know . . . other than, say, one heckuva long time.
I can say, "thank you" and mean it.
Now, hopefully, I'll also be able to correctly pass along to others some of the stuff I've learned as a result of visiting here.
Passing along knowledge is that which allowed us humans to get ahead, you know, and in which the members of this forum have done a really marvelous job, too.