You got to remember, with all these phones and their new cpu's that they are basically computers. What happens when you leave your computer on for days/weeks at a time, it locks up. A reboot every once in awhile should help alleviate that.
Originally posted by Ex_CG_GM: I'm running Windows 7 and have been for a long time. So far it is the best version I have seen out of Microsoft.
I kinda like Windows server 2008 myself but then again, I'm a control freak and like how I can keep things working to the way I like. About to take a class on Exchange server and windows 7. Run Win7/64 on my laptop, and 2 of my towers, win7/32 on another tower.
I leave my towers up and running 24/7. Shut them off if I'm leaving for more then 3 days. The only "apples" I toy with are iPods and they are not my first choice for anything. I'm a diehard creative labs fan myself...
Smart phones? They are not as smart as your telco tells you. The best smart phone I had was a Palm Treo 755P (Sprint). Only problem was it did not support location based services. I went to a Samsung Moment and hated it. Sprint gave me a Transform in it's palace with a 2.2.1 droid OS. Works great but it does lag sometimes and I don't trust it if I needed it in an emergency. It's a toy first, phone second. Great for texting but not for talking. Battery life should send some nimrod to prison because for a phone that may be used for work, it has no battery life. One day I get 24 hrs before I need a plug. Another day, it might make it 12hrs. Just haven't learned a app combo that doesn't work the same all the time. And word of warning. Google OS based phones DO NOT roam well. There is no way to FORCE it to roam unless you root it and even then, it still may not work. All that going back and forth looking for a sprint signal and roaming signal, your lucky to get 5 hrs out of the thing.