Well, the shiny new apple computer that i've been looking forward to seems a bit far off at the moment, so I got bored and decided to organize my 5 year old windows machine for a change Anyway, along with cleaning up all the files and folders, I decided to seperate everyone using the computer into different user accounts. I thought that, since my parents dont have the best eyes anymore, it would be great to get them to stop complaining about the screen resolution I always use and give them their own. Little did I know, after trial and error and a post on a PC forum, that windows XP has a systemwide resolution. In other words, the resolution cannot be personal to each user account. That really sucks IMO. Why would microsoft do this? Well, im curious. Does OSX do the same thing? Is there a good reason for MS doing this other than to piss people off?