878 posts • joined Thursday 30th December 2010 10:40 GMT
wow thats actually a good idea
If I had no power though I can't imagine lifting something heavy in the dark would be advisable, but then again I could get candles and burn my house down.
Re: Kerrrr splat!
Ah I see you saw the film Gravity as well
Hmm seems a bit gimmicky
Might be cool to start with but getting a wink every time you sneese or close a door will get kind of annoying.
Why not ban them from advertising on the television for periods of time (Like 50 years)
"Parliament's IT function was not procured through G-Cloud, the procurement framework for government." Thats a good way to set an example for the rest of the Government departments!
New feature on Xbox Patch Tuesday?
hmm I wonder if that'll mean they'll bring the Xbox OS in line with the Windows OS?
Health and Safety Forms did you need to fill out to be able to do this?
Could be wrong
I thought Opera just had web based widgets rather than actual proper plugins?
"Opera (34 per cent) came in as the best of a bad bunch"
You forgot to say other rip off merchants also available!
Re: General IT
If it has wires and no plug facilities!
If there are no office managers or facilities like where I am shrug shoulders and go point them elsewhere. If anyone moans I just go I'm not trained to deal with it, any such actions would violate H&S rules (Well probably for me as I would attack it with a hammer).
Re: Higher spec
Seems odd as consoles seem to require to run more and more taks now as they aim to be the centre of everyones digital world, I think they are going more general purpose.
Re: I don't want control
Some suppliers can be blamed as the majority of them in their slideshows have bits like no envolvement required from your IT department, so they exclude us because they think the supplier will do everything.
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was looking for a bargin
Have to agree the low end hardware doesnt look appealing to me and I still can't justify the price.
If its cheaper I would be tempted to replace the os with an os of my choice as its just a pc.
Also GDDR5 is based on DDR3 SDRAM memory
Re: Media Library
Have to agree for Music playlists I havent liked anything else but its completly useless at other types of media. Closest I have come is 1by1 player although it lacks everything
Pretty sure some open sourcers could improve it seeing as Winamp doesnt feel like its moved on since version 2.
Re: Lowest common denominator
Pallets maybe but items of different sizes and hidious packing materials like a usb mouse in a blister pack nah
Re: Storage Review don't rate it too highly
But its faster than spinning rust.
I myself have a synapse cache and love the benefits, of course you will be aware it doesnt come anywhere near pure ssd performance but its faster than spinning rust.
When that comes into a price this will be something I will look at because as far as I am concerned its convenient and doesnt give me any more FPS for any of my games and pfft a few seconds more loading time I'll get over it.
Probably just me but my gaming pc gets refreshed every 4 years, fail to see how it costs more than buying 3 consoles every few years.
and be careful with your phone, it sounds like your "friends" would very likely just stea your ifad/milky way (Other forms of communication available) whilst you arent looking
I just want one so I can get in get some more sleep like I used to do on the train (Although people get annoyed if you start snoring and dribbling on them)
Re: The barman knows too much!
Curry in a pub, eat a Pastie Now!
Re: The Australian Job?
Thumbs up for correcting something I could have just Googled
But Mr Stewart from Home and Away is not a Yobbo!
Just give people self driving cars already, hate people who do their paperwork/makeup/god knows what else whilst not moving forward and letting everyone from the other lane cut in.
DAMN YOU THAT COST ME 10 SECONDS OF MY LIFE >_<
Re: The Australian Job?
Instead of Mini get some Yutes (I think they are called)
We've upgraded our antivirus software
Sorry but how will this help, surely they can't expect everything to be solved by simply updating one bit of software?
Re: And a lovely player it was
Winamp 2 was a beast, but after they tried to sideload crap with the installers I went to media player classic (As I hadn't really thought to go back to WinAmp 2, might grab a copy from oldversions.com later).
Kind of odd how ISP's buy up freeware then realise they can't make money from them (I used to use Sonique which was brought by Lycos and left to rot).
Just in time for winter
Re: BB is over
Hmm maybe us Blackberry users need to pronounce Blackberry in a posher way to match what Dacia and Skoda currently do.
Re: Humans don't want to understand instructions.
Its a wood burner, sometimes used as the houses heating system where you can't get gas or don't want to use stored oil.
So they can't look at them themselves?
Seems like just adding more red tape to keep them up longer
Re: IT'S A TRAP!!!
What if they keep the VHS tapes in the tape machine!
They'll be overwritten :(
Why do I have the feeling someone went "It says Cloud in the name, get it in now and it will fix all our problems"
Re: Why Chrome?
She/He wants to let Google spy on him obviously
Re: I'm moving to 3G
Well the ping which put me off, had someone babble on about it so they showed me and I wasn't able to get a stable low ping (I.e under 100ms all the time).
"as long as it's fun to drive"
You are not allowed to have fun on the roads, so the rozzers tell me.
Stop teasing us!
We have a choice
Let me make my own mistakes!
"Blocking Windows 8 users from getting it though is ridonculous"
They have done this before in XP SP3, nothing new.
Re: What happened...
"(Well, I couldn't do that with McAfee a dozen years back.)"
Odd could do that around 8 years ago in McAfee's ePolicy program (2.0 I think it was)?
Several ways to do it but I tended to be lazy so had the IT Department get the first batch as we had a dedicated super agent server, set it up to send out to the other super agents several hours later (If our machine would corrupt jump on server and tell it to revert).
Not the best way but meant no need to manually test anything or use the BETA Dats from McAfee.
I might be confusing a home version but I thought Kaspersky Anti-Virus was way past version 6 (Googled it and everything), if it is a very old release thats a lotta back releases they are supporting
Paris just in case I am being silly.
must be written-off
"Some of the IT assets that have been delivered cannot be used in the programme and so must be written-off"
Never heard of ebay? (I am making the assumption this is hardware)
Bishop’s Stortford Boys High
Wow I must have been wrong about the Boys High, having been to the primary school sort of in the middle of the Boys High (Thorley hill). I always saw things like students being thrown from windows, fights and thought all they cared about was sport, which made me stay well away from it when choosing a highschool.
Take my money
I have always dreamed about being able to choose my happy meal characters (Well ok maybe when I was five)
Because thats more boring then watching cat videos on Youtube
Re: Destined to fail
Have to agree with the auto adjust although we get the option to change things if we want to. Nvidia's auto adjust program can be used as well for older games if need be.
Nortel were probably to nice, having been lucky enough to do my work experience at their Harlow base they were very lovely (Spent a million quid on a garden as a few people wanted it, the best coffee machines I have never found again, etc...).
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