It's not that big a deal, my office at the faculty of law has a relatively new Compaq desktop running Windows. The main problem is that I abandoned Windows for a reason, I hated it. Here's a great example why:
Yep. When I do a search for files I get some "help" from "Power Pup," a super hero dog. It's not bad enough the stupid search did not find what I wanted, I needed power pup to deliver the news to me, while wagging a nonsensical flag (with LSU colors no less) and grinning at me like a moron. I still like the dog better than the talking paperclip though.
The adjustment is also slightly slowed by the Slovenian keyboard I'm using. See if you can spot the differences:
The biggest problems are that the Y and the Z are transposed, presumably because Z is a much more important letter in Slovene than in English. As far as I can tell the Slovenian "y" is almost completely useless, as they use "j" for the "y" sound. Further, they've hidden the @ sign on the "v" key, requiring the use of control and alt to use it. But at least I have easy access to č and ć and ž and š, all favorites in my scholarship.