I have now used Asus Express Gate for the first time. I would like to talk about it here as I think this may be the most valuable tool I have seen to date. I have a question; for what it maybe worth in a forum, it looks like a self taught person like myself may in fact learn some things about how my computer software works with it's hardware. I'm attending College, and on the path to a degree in computer science. (the electronic engineering kind)
If this were turned into a teaching tool in a University I might be able to get the state to pay for my hardware!!!!! LOL (I'm disabled, but I try to think about things in the best light.
My only question is whether or not Asus Express Gate chat is like Yahoo chat, or some other disgusting place. Sorry, but I do not enjoy talking to computers unless they are going to do exactly what I tell them to. Of course that requires actual programing so I don't think anyone will ever make a computer that I will like talking to. Microsoft tried, but their program is too linear. They should try to program Paralell instructions into it in my opinion. Somehting like Nvidia's Cuda might work better. Anyways, that's enough about bots.
The main reason I want to know more about chat before using it is because it wants to install something immediately after opening. If this is normal behavior I can understand, but a little warning would have been nice. I do not want to infect an operating system built into my motherboard with a virus. I paid good money for my motherboard.
I have searched, but not found anything so far 20 minutes seems like a long time when I want to chat. If someone could please advise me further I would appreciate it. Why spend time when asking a question and moving on might be a better answer? (Don't waste time writing a reply if this is annoying; Doing that is even more annoying) ((Did I just start a fight?)) (((Successful Troll is