Re: The old ones are the good ones!
10.0 - didn't take long to find from MSDN
165 posts • joined 8 Aug 2011
10.0 - didn't take long to find from MSDN
Are people just looking at the XP logo when it boots up? POSReady 2009 is based on XP (and looks like it when it boots) but is supported by Microsoft till 2019....
Edlin surely, didn't edit only come in with DOS 5?
... the El Reg formatting in Outlook 2013 on 365 (Millions of voters are missing: Itâ€™s another #GovtDigiShamble)
Re: All this shows me....
"can't rely on these stats" ; Care to explain why?
Because it doesn't take into account non Internet connected devices - we've at least 7000.
M$, how droll and original and so last century.
I think v large enterprise - we run 5000 odd devices using the OEM licence for Pro.
we (the company I work for) bought nearly 1500 Win 8.1 tablets in Q3/4 - lucky old HP.
So you're expecting an eyeball on your iPad?
The MBPs we buy only have low res screens as they are always docked top a 27" monitor.
Agreed, we've got hundreds of 8.1 tablets syncing OneDrive. My only thought is that perhaps the personal, rather than business, edition didn't sync?
Ditto Somerset - low to mid 20s
@Stu4 If you're only doing 4k a year you'd be better off cycling to the station and hiring a car for the minimal mileage you'd put on.
THP is Turbo High Pressure apparently - I reckon you're right about the e.
... I can't do OTA on my iPad3 (Damn, downvote fodder). Oh well, time to power on the PC again.
Strange that GCHQ was designed by American architects and this by a British one.
Particularly as far as wireless transactions are concerned....
What is it with people and the start menu. I use Win7 and almost never use it. Any apps I use are either on the taskbar (frequently used ones) or less frequent ones on the desktop. Once in a blue moon ones are on the start menu.
We've just been doing a Win8 build for a tablet rollout and I haven't missed it at all (and the only Metro apps we're using in that are the camera and Reader)
What was the last version of cmd.exe you used?
Micro$oft, how droll.
In US speak (and pr0n) Asian tends to mean what us in the UK would call Oriental.
... the government is out of touch with business.
Air Sri Lanka have it on their planes.
...despite us about to roll out over nearly 1500 tablets they run full 8.1 so I couldn't get any further than 2.1(?). Still need a mobile device strategy for them though
...I've got a 7 year old quad core Dell that I've never taken the side off. But, what does that or your comment have to do with the thread?
Also "I'm" and "CVs"
M$ - how original
Ooh - M$, how original!
I stopped following BBC World recently when they retweeted about one tweet every 5 minutes from their correspondent covering the Pistorius trial. I was not the only one who replied saying if we wanted to know about it we'd follow the actual journalist.
Surely they could go to POSReady 2009 (based on XP Embedded) that is EOL in 2019? NCR do have experience - they supply the company I work for with it.
You are correct - she didn't have legal council, she could have had legal counsel though.
I'd happily pay a small fee to have BBC World - at least the news on it (before BBC Breakfast) is actually news and not a dressed up promotion engine for an actor's latest film/novelist's latest book/musician's latest album.
I'm having that issue where I need things repeating - there were a couple of weeks where there were 4 simultaneous things I wanted to record at 9pm. Luckily one was repeated and 1 was available on iPlayer.
At least you can get the maps in OS format which can be really handy
What, no M$?
No SAAB was always going to be squeezed, it was never an aspirational brand, so Mercedes/Audi et al had those buyers and Ford/Vauxhall etc. the non premium area.
SkyDrive Pro with 25Gb - or personal SkyDrive?
Nope - the worst for customer service (well, if you can find one) are all the DIY sheds,
I see 2862772 also affects IE11.
Hopefully you'd be using the Embedded Industry version on a kiosk
I've got DAB in a Seat and have 12 (I think, I only ever listen to 3 of them) presets.
What's the app you've got to switch stuff off?
It has changed since NT you know?
Anyone found the app in iTunes? (UK)
Still a lot cheaper, we use it for 25000 users (with a high turnover rate) as AD costs are absolutely prohibitive for that.
Bing maps has features sorely lacking in Google - OS view for a start where you can actually work out which way a minor road goes (hint - it's in yellow) rather than having to guess in Google.
Indeed it is - had to do some research for travel money bureaus and scanners recently http://www.hmso.gov.uk/copyright/guidance/gn_20(old%20format).htm
@AC 12:10 26/4 He has NO taste in UI - look at his website.
And if you can get hold of a copy of POSReady 2009 that is supported till 2019 and is basically XP embedded.