They got burnt
the day they let hype determine their product choices...
13 posts • joined 12 Jun 2009
Much less of a memory/resource hog than Firefox.
Much more reliable than Firefox
Much more secure than Firefox.
Much more customisable than Firefox.
The only downside is it take a while to get used to some of it's best features, that are sometimes hidden away, like the Greasemonkey (called UserJS in Operaland), and the AdBlock (called Block Content in Operaland).
The Microsoft one was smoke and mirrors, and frankly, I don't understand why the press havn't attacked Microsoft like mad dogs, when Sony got such a bad press for the Killzone2 prerender..(which actually turned out better looking than the prerender anyway..).
But then American company, American media... Microsoft can't do anything wrong in their rose tinted welding goggles.
The 100 people still hurt by HD DVD and havn't moved on, clearly all got emailed and have arrived here to pretend Blu-Ray sucks...
The funny thing, the HD DVD loonies claimed they cared about HD and were videophiles, clearly they aren't, or they would have embraced Blu-Ray by now.
PS, clearly many people havn't heard of managed copy...
Many discs already have this, allowing you to make SD copies of the HD movie you own, and copying them to portable devices like the PSP and iPod. I have about 4 disc that have it so far, I expect more to arrive, as companies want to justify the small price increase over DVD.
Has the whole world turned into thieving pikeys?
What's with the stealing content and cracking stuff these days? Is it now some kind of right you have?
people like Dale Richards are purely to blame for the lack of quality programming, movies and music, as studios fail to invest due to rampant levels of piracy.
Walkman NWZ-A72x or NWZ-A82x (the 82x are the ones with Bluetooth).
Sound 100x time better than anything Apple can produce, does not need any specia software (you can use WMP, Windows Explorer in "MTP mode", or use MacOS and Linux as a plain USB device to load music) .
UI is very quick and intiuitive. In short, it's not got a whole load of bells and whistles, but what it does do, play music, it does VERY well indeed. The headphones are also extremely high quality too.
16GB for £78 new.
Now the X is out, and grabbing the attention, you can get it's younger touchscreenless brother for a bargain. It shares the equally as good sound quality, and the UI is very similar.
And as was the was with MediaPlayer-less Vista that Europe had, you would never find it in a store and couldn't actually buy it anywhere.
This is nothing more than a token gesture by Microsoft to keep the Eurocrats happy. I urge the Eurocrats to make sure this version of Windows 7 is the ONLY version that can be purchased in Europe, otherwise it's a pointless excercise, and Microsoft will ensure it's available as an option, but it's not the main productline, and therefore not the one that stores will stock.
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