It's complicated, and currently being discussed. The Outlook folks complained for a very long time that they had non-clickable links. Somebody with real power fixed that but busted other things which I suspect why it took so long.
I was unaware of a problem with notifications or links. I'm still using Agent 1.93x newsgroup/email client, has launchable links and the one for this forum worked fine today.
I've still got my upgrade project of HTPC on back burner, looks like I'll go Win7 32 bit based on what I see in the last few posts (need mobo, etc., current mobo won't run newer than XP). If I get multicore CPU, what are the features I will sacrifice if I don't run single core? Link? TIA...
Thanks, I don't think I've ever used those features that don't necessarily work with multi-core processors. I use standalone Blu-ray player for DVD playback, I do have a network but basically not much if any need to play recordings over my network, not unless I could use my ethernet connected Blu-ray player to play them instead of using MyHD app running on my HTPC. Seems not worth the trouble, especially in light of the presumed fact that the MyHD remote wouldn't be usable for that. I use a universal remote for everything, pretty much (or can).
I have firewire but haven't used it in several years.
I do have two MyHD cards in two different desktops, my little used one is running Windows 2000 Professional!