How ever unbelieveable your figures are, I'd believe them unseen!
It is not only the cheapness and the "Wow, new features" attitude of the Windows platform that lures these obsessed Windows fanatics in our school computer system, but the untold maintenance and our computer ICT teacher who rarely teaches computers as he is "more" busier in his Windows Maintenance chores. Yeah! The not so happy classroom teachers are left in the computer room more than often while our ICT "Teacher" is in his "dustcoat" job repairing, servicing and upkeeping the daily (I mean hourly) chores of Windows wonders.
I personally respect and admire my school's ICT teacher, but hold my breath for Windows as opposed to the untouched failproof RISC OS I run in my department.
I have made a pledge to the browser development, irrespective of personal opinions, or thoughts of what I think about the RISC OS world.
I simply feel that after what we have been through over many years with RISC OS, we should all take this moments opportunity to give our best support regardless.
Certainly the school is the best exposure for RISC OS, not just the children but the parents as well.
Did I see Bill Gates being "Knighted" by the Queen on the world news recently? I'm afraid the Queen should have got the "Axeman" to do the job!