Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement = Humorous

Sometimes the IT world is just plain funny. For anyone who has had the sometimes painful experience of working with Windows Vista, you may have seen this post install option (upon initial boot up). You are gently asked to join the Microsoft customer experience improvement program with the screen below.  But there is one stinging problem, you are not being asked, you are being told! You are going to help improve Vista or… well, that is your only option! Take a look at the screen shot below to see what I mean:

Can someone please tell me what these programmers where thinking with having the “OK” button blocked by default. One has to click Join first and then “I don’t …” to get the “OK” button to function. I guess its just the way they roll over in Redmond…

Joseph P. Guarino has a long history of producing business results with the application of information technology. Joseph's expertise span over 15 years in the private sector at leading technology firms and consulting organization. With Evolutionary IT, he saw a market need to bring his transformative knowledge and expertise to firms in the New England area and worldwide. Joseph is driven by a strong desire to see customer's thrive with the best business solutions. Evolutionary IT evolved out of this desire to bring a new level of quality IT solutions, align them with business goals and give customer's a competitive edge.
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