I go to delete a file and Microsoft says 'preparing to delete'. No preparation was needed, its a 10kb file. So its very simple, delete the file win7, ive already closed the program that was using it (and confirmed in task manager). If its another program, then tell me what it is. MS shenanigans #1. Decided ill do some updates and play a very old game while windows update downloads and installs. What does Ms do, minimizes my game asking me to restart my PC. My icons go all over the place and I can't get back into my game (black screen on RA2). MS shenanigans #2 and #3. As usual instead of MS giving me the option to 'post-pone' the pc restart indefinitely, it gives me a max time of 4 hours. Meaning I either need to kill the service or get nagged in 4 hours. MS shenanigans #4. I reboot and it ask me to either continue or use safemode, but the keyboards not working. Need to wait for timer. MS shenanigans #5. I get to windows logon screen and it tells me my password is wrong (even before I type it in, but to be honest, win7 always does this). MS shenanigans #6. After moving all the icons on my desktop back to there general location im curious at which of the two files is my newer one (one of them I wanted to delete). right click on properties and instead of telling me the date modification time, it tells me '1 hour ago'. MS shenanigans #7. But all these MS shenanigans fails in compassion to auto sort. Do people who program win7 even use it? OR do they use linux/mac at home?