8 posts • joined 6 Mar 2008
Windows 7 works fine for me
Loaded Windows 7 Home Edition to my Samsung NC10 and as far as I can tell, it runs just as fast as it does under XP. I've made it a due boot system which makes it pretty easy to compare performance. Also loaded the Office 2010 Beta and that runs just fine too. Maybe I'm just lucky...
no more potty mouth...
I'll be avoiding reading anything by this author unless he cleans up his act and refrains from using swear words in his text - not needed and not clever...
A days down time is nothing
A days down time is nothing - you should try working in the environment I have to suffer. Naturally it's a MS Outlook/Exchange environment which is maintained for our organisation (a local authority) by a well known outsourcer and it's down/broken more often than it works! My private gmail account knocks spots off my corporate email system by a mile
Fast as a Chrome thing...
I'm finding Chrome blindingly fast compared to Firefox V3 and IE7. I've had to turn Flash off in Firefox to get it to move at any sort of usable speed! Plus Chrome seems to handle pages that Firefox has a problem with just fine. Only found one page it failed on when it for some reason wouldn't handle the id/password field entries - very odd. Love the minimalistic GUI...
reply to William
William - get a life and clean your mouth out.
Not just in Leeds
"It would appear that Leeds is vying for the title "UK's Dumb Criminal Capital"
My friends in Manchester have had their Focus broken into twice and the radio nicked and the local plod told them exactly the same story...
Can't see this does much more than my K800i
Doesn't seem to be much (if any) of a leap from my K800i which does most of what is included. If I load down a couple of things, them it's on a par. Just seems like a marketing exercise to me.
It ain't Lotus Notes
Kind of missing the point - it ain't Lotus Notes, it's an IBM'd version of Open Office they're pushing.
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