It's not 'racial discrimination' (not exactly, anyway) nor exactly 'class, gender-preference, political-lean' or any other "big news"-group that's being discriminated-against, it's Windows Vista users! I try to register on their website, but their program WON’T LET ME because (their program says) my browser (IE on Windows Vista) isn’t RIGHT. So I open my Chrome browser, and McDonald’s website won’t even DISPLAY on Chrome … maybe it’s because my Chrome has image- and/or script-blockers on, but I’M NOT EVEN GOING TO BOTHER TO CHANGE IT RIGHT NOW … because … I go back to their website on my IE, and can’t even CONTACT THEM about it (their "Contact Us"-link leads to an "FAQ"-page ... oh, you can 'contact them about an individual restaurant' or 'snail-mail them a letter'; but tell them that their website is wrong? no can do!) Thanks to Bing, maybe I can contact The Corporation, maybe through their Facebook-page or their Twitter-page. Or maybe it's just that we Vista-users are now "second-class citizens." Heck, you've heard about the FREE UPGRADE TO WINDOWS 10? The free upgrade applies to devices running Windows 7 and 8.1 only! I'm told that Vista-users might as well buy a 'Windows 10 machine" when those come out in a couple months. And I don't even know how XP figures-into the upgrade-hierarchy! Is Windows Vista tantamount to 'buying Grandpa an iPod (i.e. knowing he'll never 'use it' right, you don't really pay attention to 'how compatible it is with the new apps')?'