13 posts • joined 10 Feb 2010
"Customers and partners are concerned. They are concerned about what the future will be for them – not only in the product but also in support and services," claimed the exec veep and GM of the Enterprise Group.
hahaha, that's rich coming from HP considering their recent changes to support.
Orbital ION Cannon ready... Please input target location....
Agree with Woz
Gotta agree with Wozzie on this. I own an ipad and was considering upgrading, then i saw the specs and the price for the new devices.
The new devices do not offer the storage i want, nor are they really offering anything new for the price point... sorry Apple, but if you want to keep charging premium prices, you need to give us premium hardware.
If they at least offered a microSD slot i would reconsider, but i just don't see that happening in Apple's world.
Start Menu!?!?! I have upgraded. what they call a start menu is just a link that takes you to Metro (or whatever they call it)
If this is a joke, I am not laughing.... I use the windows key for that function.
Here's a tip:
On your task bar right click -- Tool bars -- New Tool bar
select the start menu folder located in programdata\windows\start menu
done like dinner and no 3rd party app required.
" At IBM, researchers don’t just read about science, we do it."
Did anyone else think aperture science here :-)
Half Baked Attempt
Half baked attempt in my opinion. IMHO they should be offering security key tokens (Key FOB?) Even Blizzard offers these. I would pay a decent price for the token... they could even offer an app for mobile phones that accomplishes the same thing... although if all you have is an iphone it gets difficult, but having the physical token option would negate that.....
Come on Apple, try harder
Just Window Dressing
Ya, I checked it out. It's just hotmail with new curtains on the windows... same old crap and the spam filter is no better than it was under the hotmail banner.
@outlook.com = FAIL!
They haven't died yet? Someone put a bullet in the head of yahoo, it is a dying and suffering animal...lets put it out of its misery
Are you kidding?
These are not wireless speakers. They are mp3/ipod docking stations... Sheesh... Here I thought I was going to read a reveiw on genuine wireless speakers. I was very dissappointed.
shame on you....
Turn of WSUS??? For real? That comment is a little extreme. If you are using WSUS just tell it not to install the Service Pack.
When I heard W7 SP1 was coming I immediatly turned off deployment of service packs for Win 7 until I know it is not going to crash half my users PC's... thankfully I did since it appears to have a negetive impact on OEM installs....
I am astounded that you would simply tell people to turn off WSUS completely.... sheesh
Thanks El Reg :-)
I find it interesting that so many people assume hotmail accounts are required to use MSN. This is not true, you can create a LiveID with a GMail or any email address you want. LiveID = MSN access and any other MS site that uses Live ID's.
<Sarcasm>Hotmail is great</sarcasm>, at least for signing up to questionable sites or mailing lists... LOL I prefer my Gmail over hotmail and ISP mail any day.....
M$ Dropped the ball
I too have been suffering since the change of the VL Site. I have been using the same liveID for a few years now and after they "updated" the service I was no longer the admin.... I am the only admin at my organization.... There were also 5+ year old email contacts that didn't even exist that appeared in the user administration. I called MS to get my admin status return all I got was a case number and have been ignored for weeks now.... to top it off, the old email addresses that were listed were from our VENDOR, not our company *sighs*
*taps foot while STILL waiting for keys and a resolution*
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