Is this maybe what the Myans' predicted?
23 posts • joined 3 Apr 2009
Is this maybe what the Myans' predicted?
In particular hiding the tiles. When you install a program all the short cuts it would have created in the start menu (help files, un-installer, link to vendor's website) all appear as tiles on the Metro screen. To hide you have to select the tile, right click, which produces a menu bar at the bottom of the screen. You then move down to the menu bar and select hide. This has to be repeated for every tile. Far too much unnecessary cursor movement, especially with a laptop touch pad. Context menus work well.
If Metro, as presented in the W8 CPE, is how it is going to work in the release edition, then I don't see myself ever upgrading. I'd rather stay with Windows 7.
An interesting article about a developer finding exploits and the reaction of the company to public disclosure of the exploit. But what relevance does it have with Android?
"So as unfortunate as the iOS vulnerability is, it's worth remembering that what Miller is able to achieve with InstaStock is essentially what has been possible on Android handsets for more than a year."
Are you trying to start arguments?
I don't buy apps since I realised that my bank charged around £3 fees for a €1 purchase. I wonder how VF will get around this. Will they charge the exchange rate price or will they add fees on top?
is also quite offensive in Dutch if I understand correctly.
Was the heading used in the USA context or the UK context?
Were any figures given concerning absolute number of devices? A 1% growth rate for 100,000 devices (1,000) is far more impressive than a 100% growth rate for 10 devices (10).
Will it prompt for a network key automatically or does this depend on the 'thief' accessing an open network? From my experience you need to have admin rights to log on to a network for the first time. (Assuming wireless networks used).
I thought the problem was that a freetard with a pirated music collection could pay Apple a yearly fee and receive a licence in return for the fee. The record labels would only see a small proportion of that yearly fee - less than they would if the collection was obtained legally. Therefore Apple are making money from third party piracy and the record companies aren't along as much as they would do. Am I missing something?
As a typical punter who only 'upgraded' their previous CRT TV when it broke can I just agree with this.
Can I also ask where do you get 3D content from? Sky has one channel they only provide to customers with their full package. I don't think any one else others a 3D channel (in the UK at least). Do you have to buy special disks (and therefore a special player as well)?
I don't buy apps any more since I realised that Google charge in the currency of the developer. A couple of one euro apps eventually cost me over two pounds each - instead of around 80 pence. I don't mind rating for things I want but giving the banks 80% of what I pay in currency conversion costs is not on. Google should charge the user in their own currency and not the developer's currency. Paypal can manage it, why not Google?
Wasn't he a competitor on the new reality show "I'm a Celebrity. Don't Tell Anyone I'm Here"?
but I've had an android phone for over 6 months. Is the data really related to android phones or has it come from elsewhere (i.e. streetview).
It seems to take ages to launch on my HTC Desire. Not convinced about the way favourites are handled and why has it no widgets?
But even the author said
"As a portable, its low mass was probably the most obvious difference, as it freely wobbled around on the lap, where rather heavier beasts would typically stay put."
I have to replace my broken laptop soon and it is nice to see how well the Acer Aspire, which I'm considering, can out perform a machine costing over twice as much. I am considering an Apple Mac Pro 13" as well, but if the13" 's ratio of performance to cost is the same as this 17" BTO machine's ratio then I'd better strike it from my list.
He is 11 with severe learning difficulties and will probably never be able to use a bus alone - he can't even speak properly yet. I don't take offence at any of the comments above because I know what El Reg commentards are like and know that the comments are tounge in cheek.
What really amazes me apart from the Daily Mail readers who honestly believe that this is meant as a GCSE certificate (and make really retarded comments about slipping standard, NuLab and the rest), is that the boy's parents decided to go to the Daily Mail with their story instead of just throwing the certificate in the bin if they thought it that worthless.
To all the potential owners of a Pre. Looking at Palm's track record for supporting PDAs (still no Vista Support for most models) do you really expect them to support the Pre in 2 years time?
How long will it be until Palm decide to abandon this product line and move onto something else leaving customers with expensive, unusable devices (or go bust). I'm still haven't seen the Vista compatible desktop for my Tungsten T5 PDA and I doubt I ever will.
I would never consider any Palm product in the future, no matter how 'good' because Palm lack integrity and treat their customers like dirt.
How do you go about opting out websites you run. Is it direct to the company who run "Phorm" or via my web hosting company?
Phantom of the Opera... Can I still post here?
I mainly buy albums, admittedly most of them are compilation of greatest hits, but I have bought a few new ones. I rarely come across tracks I hate. (If you only like one track of an album could I recommend revising your music tastes? I recommend some decent Blues!) I audition the albums using Amazon. If I like the album I buy it and download (if cheaper than the physical CD). If ISPs are forced to revert back to 56k dial up to keep ALW and the 'biz' happy then I'll no longer be able to listen to samples of the albums before I buy and I just won't buy then amy more.
Just tried that. A pop up appears stating that they can not guarantee to publish all contributions, something about volume of submission, but most likely pre-moderated to ensure that only the views they want are published.
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