Geoff Chappell - Software Analyst
The new year’s reorganisation of my email Inbox and archived message stores brought me to a practical matter that had been bugging me for a while. One of the incidental benefits of decades of closely studying Windows is that I’m not entirely helpless when Windows programs misbehave. This is not to say that the diversion is ever welcome. I really would very much prefer that the program I have for email simply does its job. But when instead it leaves me frightened even to check for email, its misbehaviour is no longer just an irritation (to compare with the many that Windows 10 just throws our way as ordinary) but something that demands attention.