The litigation route to profit always works...
... for lawyers.
275 posts • joined 20 Mar 2012
... for lawyers.
... I think you'll find there isn't much Windows to Windows upgrading. There's "This computer is too slow - I'll get a new one" and "Away with you Evil Windows - here my faithful box, have some Linux love", but Windows to Windows, not so much...
That would be a result!
... '... and Death shall come on swift wings to Dice acquisitions...'
... hahah, just joking.
... I'm not sure what you are getting at. Blocking? Not blocking? Please explain...
... I was hoping for something constructed from mimetic polyalloy.
Perhaps people who have used Symantec software in the past are, how shall I put this?, wary?
... the open source world is forever at handbags-drawn?
... hell freezes over. Several times bitten, forever shy...
While your gizmo is still in 'support'...
I'm fairly sure that all this stuff is a massive windup - trolling if you prefer.
The last time I looked Linux had 100% of the desktop market. (See - anyone can make up 'facts'.)
They print what you tell them to print.
If you're not going the stand-alone-firewall way (pfSense and so on) OpenWrt seems like the best alternative.
And in Windows nslookup should return the DNS I.P. set by DHCP.
In Linux I use nm-tool in the terminal, it shows the DNS addresses at the bottom.
Have to agree here, without him things WOULD be very different. MS would be squeezing our private parts even harder than they are doing.
Shirly it would have been the same for Flight Lieutenant James Brindley Nicolson VC DFC asfor the rest of the planes?
... I should work harder instead of spending time on here!
... will it actually be reliable. I won't be buying one until the early adopters have beta tested it for me...
... the last time was 1972 for Dogs sake. I make that ( a brief pause while i take my socks off... ) FORTY TWO years.
Isn't DoubleClick part of Google? Why yes it is....
Haha - how pretentious, this is El Reg not 'Car' magazine.
I've not seen a kernel panic since the 5 series.
That is ACTUALLY HAPPENING in Leeds, the old red boxes are being painted blue and set up as free wiffy hot-spots. One of the local telcos ( Googley google ->AQL telecom) is doing it.
I say we all go wireless and make BT look like the dinosaurs they are.
What not even FreeBSD?
... as the job of liquidators is to recover as much of the companies assets as possible, then find a way to pay it to themselves.
Shirley you mean:
"At first it's all Ooh and Ah, then later there's running and screaming"
... I also wonder whether they are good eatin'?
Probably rubbish though - I read it on Wakipedia.
... "This provides better energy transfer" no, it doesn't , its significantly less efficient than a chain in good working order. The frame is also badly designed, for looks not efficiency. All round a wee bit naff, therefore I won't be buying one. Ha, take that Smart.
... across Europe could save about 2,500 lives in the EU every year. The severity of injuries will also be considerably reduced in tens of thousands of cases.”
Actual facts or made up facts? I think I know...
... that always works out well. For Microsoft.
Windows-as-a-service will run on your hardware, not on servers in Redmond. You'll just have to pay every year rather than once per computer.
... not practical. 3/10 must try harder.
My spider senses are tingling....
Drink, it's the curse of the Fourth Estate.
... they always end well.
Googles accountants say they are not making money. Where have we heard this sort of thing before?
A lot less than Nora.