At some clients I have to work on a windowsm machine. One thing that’s just stupid is the calendar in the taskbar. It just tell’s the time and there is no way to see the date. You have to open it (and you just lose time)
I normally install this nice tool it makes your taskbar look a bit more like the one I use in gnome 🙂
I upgraded a while ago to Ubuntu 8.04. I wasn’t really impressed, I didn’t see much difference with the previous version. Now after a while I’m actually getting pissed off with it :s I had configured my system just like I wanted it. apt-get installed most of the things I wanted. And now it seems many of the upgrades weren’t like I had expected. (prolly it’s my own fault, I’m also using non standard repo’s)
I also have a lot of firefox plugins installed (google calendar,del.icio.us,firebug,…) most of them can’t be upgraded to firefox 3. Also my zoneminder got broken so I have to recheck why that is happening (and yes, prolly I had better done this on a real server, but who hooks up a webcam to a server 😉 )
In the end I wished I had waited a bit longer until all applications got upgraded as well. Reminder to be more patient next time around.