7 posts • joined 18 Dec 2007
As it says, configuration :)
Likewise from what I see its the rendering engine thats left, plus some other fluff which probably could be removed, but removing the rendering engine would break stuff like help which aint desirable. Still, never expected to see this happen anyway.
I finally see an intelligent comment on this.
Wishing you many more years of excellent journalism :)
Err, isnt this the same
I have some old DOS games with BBFC labels on them...
I wonder how EFI fairs with stuff like this. I guess it does lack MBRs, but I do wonder what a malware writer could pull off with that.
@another nail in the coffin
Err yes, and MS sponsors the project making the plugin.
Now, to correct a few
@people need to get lives
THANK YOU! Its just an outage, live with it.
@Get on the phone and threaten to leave!
"Get on the phone and threaten to leave and they will beg you to stay and offer you a retentions deal saving you a few quid each month."
People like you deciding to take advantage of this little loop to get cheaper broadband out every time your speed is 1kbit below what it should be should be ashamed.
Maybe if you weren't so busy getting deals, the PROPER PRICE you pay can potentially go towards maintenance. If your not going to pay that, well there is no hope then.
You signed up for a contract to pay X ammount of money, and get a connection that works, and if it doesnt work, it will get fixed, which it has. Don't like the terms? Go then, otherwise put up with what you signed up for.
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