Will it support caldav?
I'm only ever going to be interested in anything Microsoft makes if it finally also supports open standards. Caldav and carddav support would be welcome.
Microsoft finally flinched last night and acquiesced to the demands of Fast Ring Windows Insiders with a fresh Windows 10 build that at long last contained some new toys. Build 19564 has brought with it some new graphics settings and a refreshed inbox calendar application. Sadly, the inbox email application remains just as …
I'm interested in the freeze fix! Got freeze, bSOD the other day, I shall be charitable and presume there is only one such bug live at the moment.
I do wish our IT would let me install the canonical purple. The open interface i am hankering after is two output streams and a exit code.
Perhaps they should try not being so amazingly shit. Modern software development churns out some fucking useless bollocks, software managed by people who have no idea about anything, specified by people who have no idea what users want, designed by people who have no idea how computers work, and probably outsourced to people who have no idea how to program. They need telling that the end product is a pile of crap.
Yeah, it's been another shit day at work, how could you tell?
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