23 posts • joined Tuesday 8th February 2011 15:57 GMT
Re: "This is the first really big attack on Macs,"
XP is still on extended support - http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/products/lifecycle
Indeed it would seem to be pretty widely used still - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usage_share_of_operating_systems
The director of the accounts department preferred 123 for Windows as he already knew all the keyboard shortcuts/macros, but the office suite was significantly cheaper to roll out across the company - pretty much the price of either a 123 or word perfect licence, so that was what swung it in our firm rather than all this airy fairy functionality and ease of use stuff which we'd like to think is so important.
15+ years later I still would rather use Threads than Outlook though, it was so much easier to follow a group discussion.
Re: These may be...
How is the drive to determine which files comprise an app and which are data? Surely you'd just be better off with two drives and you choose the appropriate partition for each when you install your o/s?
Re: Or you could just use your mobey?
Don't know what kind of mount you're talking about, but these things encompass the top and bottom. I can only assume you're talking about off road, as I did 3000 kms on the road with no such problems, example of what I had then - http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0045D4090
Re: and in reality......
Erm, why does know it all AC only refer to VLA, surely these audits apply to SPLA too hence part of your assertion is pure bunkum?
Or you could just use your mobey?
For road travel if you have an android you can get a handlebar mount for under a tenner and then a copy of copilot, that found routes for me I didn't know, even lanes within a mile of my front door.
Re: Ahhh, the memorex
Yes, the article neglected 3.11 as being the first version of Windows with tcp/ip, so I'm glad you chipped in.
There's a plastic film over the sensor behind the drop down front flap, usually owners (like me too) read it somewhere having owned it for a year or two. Once removed the range and angle of the remote is noticeably improved.
Like you I use it multiple times each day. I didn't like being reliant on google for everything and found the number of repeated links for seemingly the same content tiresome to trawl through, just page after page of results only a fraction of which contained what I want.
I found that when I went to bing I got a fraction of the matches, but that it invariably included the information I was looking for, which seems a bit at odds with the findings of Sophos, but then to be brutally honest, in my eyes their credibility is ground level in terms of identifying a threat these days ;)
Re: Not 100% of apps running?
Err, you don't seem to understand what free means and that you're just paying for it by monthly installments.
21 x 24 is 500 quid for the number of minutes and texts you could get for what a fiver per month?
Hmmm 25 comments and nobody has questioned the use of £'s in one of the paragraphs.
I can't believe I'm more pedantic than you shower of bastards, surely?
Isn't it potentially going to bugger up your eyesight a little?
People bang on about us looking at monitors for hours at a time, isn't that effect magnified by looking at a fixed focal point just a few inches away?
I'm genuinely interested to know.
Your comments are a little misleading if someone was looking for a player which could hook up to other output devices.
"Likewise, if you hook it up to an AV receiver, Dolby and DTS-HD soundtracks sound superb."
Some folks on here should lift up their eyes from their monitors and see that others sometimes have different requirements to themselves :P
Virgin paid for their own network?
Erm, surely NTL and Telewest paid for the network, and lost billions in the process, which Virgin then picked up for less than the original cost?
Must stop reading these comment threads
You get a slight sense of deja vu as the tennis ball bounces backwards and forwards.
Let's hope some of this turmoil across the world wipes us all out, to stop you all banging on like a bunch of old women :)
I am stupid, but am I missing something?
Can't see how much disk space you have - don't you just click on the computer and it tells you for all the drives?
Can't find files - don't you just type the name in that box in the top corner?
You bought the 32 bit version and it still used the maximum amount of ram available to the 32 bit o/s, do what?
Things appeared fuzzy - did you try setting it to the native resolution perhaps?
Have some people had a couple of shandys today?
None of the non-techy facebook users I know are users of the alternatives Franklin suggests and nor were m/any of them users of myspace that JP mentioned.
I think you both underestimate its reach and the percentage of folks who are on it, I know there's only a minority of my friends or family who aren't on it and that's pretty unprecedented.
Personally I couldn't care whose ads I have to ignore, as long as they're not so intrusive that I can ignore them :)
"Win2000 onwards were ok , but NT 3.11 and 3.5* were lame dogs and should never have been released. "
A pedant writes - you seem to be mixing up your history of NT and WFW. And to be honest I'm disappointed in the other readers that I had to emerge from lurking just to point this out. Clearly they are very grief stricken.
NT 3.1, 3.5, 3.51, 4. We got all of them to work pretty much ok.
I think the last one we even tested on a Multia, which was intended to be Digital's Alpha workstation to replace all the PC desktops, but with deployment tools and the like. I think application compatibility and the cost of the machines gave them a big hurdle to overcome.
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