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Can anyone with experience comment on compatibility
My experience is that there are multiple compatibility issues between Office 2013 and Office 365. Can anyone else with experience comment on compatibility please.
Not compatible with MS Office 2013
I know, I've tried it. I had to download the Office 2013 trial version to fill in a form sent to me by A Well Known Quango.
This will come sooner or later.
Together with outlawing of technologies like TOR and so on. As usual only the dimest of terrorist and perverts will be caught, along with a significant number of the innocent and naive.
Still too brown, if you ask me.
Still someone must like it. Same goes for Unity I suppose. (Kubuntu/Xubuntu/?buntu blah blah blah)
Windows for Tills TM. What an excellent idea. Nothing could possibly go wrong.
Dear Mr. Intel, can we have something like this but...
... lower power, so passively cooled, and with EEC memory. Thanks. Signed, lots of people.
Too hot and too expensive...
... otherwise just right.
Yag is right. Everyone should read "How To Lie With Statistics"
Daryl Huff's book "How To lie With Statistics" is excellent on these very points. it's an enlightening and very funny book. I think it's about seven quid on Amazon. Other book retailers exist.
Re: Intel in China
I have no idea what Intel will do, but one thing it could do to gain market share is pay phone makers to use its chips.
I imagine that to avoid accusations of anti-competitive activity Intel could sell the chips at the 'normal' cost, for instance $10, and pay phone manufacturers to carry Intel advertising on the phone case at say $10.01 per phone. 'Intel Inside'?
I'd never even heard of these site...
... and now I have.
But if you want to use Simatic Step 7...
Of Stuxnet fame, guess what?
What Gabor says...
Just 'not Windows' will eliminate the vast majority of threats.
Office 365, a warning from a user...
... Office 365 isn't completely compatible with Office 2013. In fact in my tests it was about as compatible as Libre Office.
Re: A tenous connection officially celebrated...
>Yes, I'm going to create a permanent commemorative icon celebrating your visit to this comments thread
A tenous connection officially celebrated...
There's a hotel in Bournemouth (The Miramar) with a blue plaque celebrating the fact the John Tolkien stayed there on his hols. Can anyone come up with an even less substantial connection with official celebration?
>I could never really come up with an answer to "Why don't they send it as a Word document? Everyone has >Word!" Other than the fact the "everyone" had a pirate copy of Word.
Not me. Not getting it either, pirated or legit. Someone sent me a Word document to fill out. Office 365 trial couldn't render it correctly, I had to download and install the Office trial. What a performance.
Oh how I wish this were all true.
However Mr McAfee has a history of 'practical jokes'.
Worst smuggling plan eva.
I will take this stuff to the prison, but first I will have a little sleep. Then I will molest some mice, visit two or three old ladies for second, third and possibly fourth breakfasts, have a little sleep, check that everything in my world is as it should be; have a little sleep; just into some boxes; have a little sleep and watch the world go by for a while.
Lets not forget The Big Giant Head - Tiberius Shatner at his hilarious best.
A lot of people are going to be disappointed when they find out Windows RT isn't Windows.
"And don’t forget, the Surface comes with Microsoft Office pre-loaded." Fantastic. Unles you need to exchange documents with people using the real version of Office, then suddenly, 'Oh, it's not quite compatible, didn't you know?'
Microsoft can't even make Office 365 compatible with the real thing. Pathetic.
I don't think anyone takes IDC seriously. They are just a PR company.
Another in the line Kin, Zune etc.
More epic fail from Microsoft. When will they learn?
Re: Forbidden Planet
Yes, the Krell machine. 7800 levels. A cube 20 miles on each side. Self repairing. 8000 cubic miles. 9200 thermonuclear reactors. Capable of projecting matter to anywhere on the planet. MONSTERS FOR THE ID.
Fifteen whole terabytes.
ZOMG .You can only just squeeze that onto FOUR hard disks.
There was no child abuse before the internet.
Technology is evil. Burn it. Also IT.
What would a socialite do as a volunteer at an airforce base?
Spreadsheets are the work of the devil.
There, I said it.
Get a grip Tosh.
Automatic skipping is hard? Not so much!
"but it's technically challenging as machines have a hard time distinguishing between adverts and the shows. "
VLC seems to be able to see the advert breaks in recording i make on my Freeview PVR. It doesn't actually skip, but it does show the file name at the end of advert breaks. It doesn't seem likely it would be hard to add 'autoskip'. Also there's something called Comskip that seems to offer automatic advert skipping.
"dotnet" A recipe for a bloated and buggy program. My heart sinks when I find something needs one of the dotnet frameworks.
Bring back BigFoot...
Would whoever swallowed Quantum please bring back the BigFoot drives.
Where can I read the rest?