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I would like to know of some good forums where I can ask matters related to Microsoft windows.
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what about here?

or at the microsoft technet forums: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-us/home
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How about here Allan? - we've quite a few Microsoft MVPs as experts :)
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my apologies wasn't aware of this
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That's okay, cwstad2. It's like asking in one store if there are other stores to buy the items you are looking for.

From experience: some stores may take umbrage at the question; some other stores don't bat an eye and tell you the names (and even locations) of the other stores. A customer may become a life-long regular customer of the kind of store (where he got his answer right-away) I certainly did.

(It depends on the store's policy, of course, their focus: short-term vs long-term; and their confidence about their product in comparison with their competitors. Nothing right or wrong about it.)

So, you need not apologize, please.  It's a good policy for any store to treat a customer right with polite respectfulness (and answering an easily answerable question and never having a need for a sales person to apologize for answering a customers' question. A sales-person, however, must act according to and within 'his employers', the store,  policy).

<An opinion only.>
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Would have been better if cwstad2's post was not deleted.
I did not pick up the links.

Thanks
Allan_Fernandes@yahoo.co.uk
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Totally understood
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