Not only should you stay clear of me, you might want to avoid San Diego
for a day or so, and maybe Southern California altogether. My computer suffered a motherboard failure, and I am reconfiguring a new, Windows 7, piece of... It is most definitely not an improvement on Vista. It keeps requiring me to stand up, salute, shout "Heil" and give it permission before it will do something it considers dangerous, such a running a program or renaming a stupid desktop icon. I can't find the place to make it remove the little arrows from those icons, either; it's somewhere in "Control Panel," which is not a panel at all, and offers only an illusion of control. Not even a very good illusion, now that I think about it.
I am managing to get my passwords and most of my data off of the old hard disk, but it is time consuming and annoying. I am not in a good mood.
Update: It appears that you cannot get rid of those arrows on the desktop icons without doing some rather esoteric registry hacks. Microsoft decided to remove that from earlier versions. Shitheads.