A scratch? Your arm's off!
242 posts • joined 16 Jun 2012
A scratch? Your arm's off!
Worst part is, you can guarantee that some daft people will call 999 because of this..
There's nothing to say that Missy didn't regenerate.. Time Lords/Ladies don't necessarily have to change their look after a regeneration. Romana is a good example, and they can revisit 'old faces', as we saw in the anniversary special.
The appearance of the Heavy Weapons Dalek was unexpected too.
Don't you mean the Judean Popular People's Front?
"Hmm, penguin or troll?"
What about troll-guin?
Your terminology is incorrect, for viruses are small and efficient in what they are designed to do... Windows is by no means small, and efficient? Well...
"and not from one's derri-air?"
Isn't that from Ireland?
Nope, it's freshly canned on the Planet Druidia.
There's only one man who would DARE give me raspberry....
at 99% it craps out with a data error.
Wouldn't WinME be worse? People had a hardtime starting it... and stopping it.
I've seen a Jolla in my local CeX for a tidy £135. Tempting plan as I have a second back with mine - stopped using mine a while ago because I was sick of the WiFi issues. Two different basestations, WPA or WPA2 - it just craps out and I either have to turn the WiFi off and on again, or the phone itself to restore operation.
Was going to keep hold of it because it was a good phone (aside from the WiFi issue), and the Barclays Android app won't install unless you remove 'su' from /sbin because it thinks it's trying to install on a rooted phone and spits its dummy out - and now they're stopping doing hardware it may just be time to part ways with it.
So we can expect to see a genuinely indestructible smartphone in the case of a 3310 sometime in the future?
And the NT version number is now 10. I think it changed in either the 2nd or 3rd beta release.
And 5 SPs for 3.51, and 1-6a for NT4.
Most stuff needs at least SP5 in the case of NT3.51, (Office 97 being an example), while most things with NT4 needed at least SP3.
Win98=bad, Win98SE=good, WinME=bad. But then you have the problem of Win2k (good, but released before ME, and XP, which (eventually, admittedly), was better than 2k.
I wonder how many niggles are still lurking around from the NT 3.51 days - the display control panel from there lasted until WinXP.
" 17 f*** billion pounds will _NOT_ be used for anything else but SM"
Are the energy providers providing escort services now? I know you mean something totally different but...
Who wanta some Wang?
They flog the ongoing support as it's RaaS (Robots as a Service) - failure to keep up payments or cancelling the agreement results in a remote wipe+shutdown of the bot(s).
So this is the origin of the Borg...
Or maybe a toilet?
I see your RD reference and raise you with this one - also have a pint of erskib on me. My original post was going to be a quote straight from your link before I viewed it..
I misread the title as "Seal of Dogbert Approval"..
Is this why King's shares dropped 14% overnight?
Sounds like a device dreamed up by the PFY.
NT3.1 introduced CMD.EXE (aka Command Prompt).
And state on the confirmation page if said app can be moved to the SD or not.
"Need to knock the cobwebs off of your bias. You are remembering Windows from the late 90s. A bit has changed since then, you might want to read up."
Not even that.... Windows 3.1 files have a date stamp of 1993.
"What happens if you want to do something outside of Apples imagination?"
You mean like 'think for yourself what you want to do with the kit you bought to do with as you please'?
...providing 2G services to those who don't get it? Never mind 3, 4 or 5G.
The one where it told me my valid trial key was no longer valid due to activation when i had to reinstall everything (and still being within the trial period). Same (or similar) applies to retail Office 2013 I think.
...they will get rid of the one activation, one install rule - which renders even the trial versions useless while within the time period if you need to do a rebuild. Oh and more control over IMAP special folder names in Outlook. I mean Outlook Express/Windows Mail/Windows Live Mail could do it so why not full Outlook?
It just had to be done...
One system to rule them all.. one portal to find them...
"Gremlins 3 - The Quest for More Money."
See also: Spaceballs 2: The Search for More Money.
Look behind you! A three headed monkey!
It's possible to install Play store though if you really really need it, but Amazon app store should cater for 99% of needs.
And depending on who made your Android tab, you could have the option of slapping Sailfish onto it. I mean (for example) you can stick Sailfish OS onto a Google Nexus (orignal - the HTC one), or a Galaxy S2. There are more but those are off the top of my head.
be different versions?
Linux Kernel 95
LInux Kernel 4.0 Workstation
Linux Kernal 4.0 Server
Thirdly, who in their right mind would rely on Wikipedia "facts" alone?
Series 3000 or 4000?
"Master" would have been a more appropriate name, since the current naming convention is paying tribute to its Beeb ancestors.
Continuing decrease of flood plains due to idiots building housing on them - and then people wondering why their shiny new house is now flooded.
"Three" could be renamed to "Four"?
Either way, don't call him Shirley ;-)
Berlin to Warsaw in one tank.
Or a "giant wooden badger"...
"Instead the plan calls for an army of hastily-recruited PFYs with a couple of hours training. "
Or an army of people on the dole with the same amount of training being made to do it or their money is stopped. That wouldn't surprise me in the slightest, but any young installer (qualified or not) would be in for quite a shock when they come across the wiring in older houses (ie when black and red were the norm) - and they've only been taught the current standards in their meagre hours of "training".
With all the upgrades... in case the base configuration is "too slow".