8 posts • joined 21 Dec 2007
Why fight it? Make money, not war!
MS cannot be expected to provide security updates to an obsolete OS -- for free. So, MS should begin a program of paid support for Windows XP. Pay $X per year and they will provide updates. Say $10US per seat? People running XP do a cost/benefit analysis, decide on their own when to buy a new OS. In the mean time, MS earns enough money to pay for making the updates.
Why not charge for support?
Given that people seem to want to hold onto WinXP, why not monetize that? MS could charge $5-10/year for support per instance for consumers, and some other figure for enterprise installations after early 2014. At least make this non-adoption pay.
When “boffins” find out how this cloaking is done in non-laboratory conditions, then perhaps they can figure out how to see through the cloaking. Maybe then we’ll see those UFO’s.
OK, I'll bite
Where do you get that overclock widget?
Have some compassion for old farts
Heh. "My age you reach, look as good you will not."
Wait until you start aging out of your young whippersnapper phase. Can't see the tiny type. Your fingers miss keys so you need to see what you just typed - so you can see if it's what you intended to type.
Your own articles have their type set too small. I routinely read them in "print" mode, where the font size is simply default - at what ever I set as default in my browser.
Google is wising up. In ten or twenty years, so will you.
And gmail requires SMS?
I'm glad I already have my Gmail account. I read yesterday that Gmail is now requiring an SMS number when you apply for a new account.
This piece really discourages those of us who do not already have or use SMS from doing so. And that means no Gmail.
Thanks for Foxit. It has what Adobe gave up: speed.
I have used Paint Shop Pro since version 1.0. I have owned versions 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11. the only one I use is PSP 7. It loads quickly and does exactly what I want, with readily accessible commands. PSP 9 and 11 are boggy.
It is sad to see a good dog die.
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