TWO versions of CRASH!!!!!!!!!!
600 posts • joined 18 Jun 2009
NO! - SAP IS SHIT - ask anyone who was a customer of npower when they switched to a SAP billing system. Actually, no - SAP is NOT shit - shit can be used as manure, so has at least SOME use.
Time will show SAP as one of worst pieces of software in computing history. Dedicated to the enrichment of it's German authors and "consultants".
.......switching to GiffGaff? Best of both PAYG and contract. If you want to pay monthly, then buy a "Goodybag" and set it to repeat monthly. IF you want to change tarif every month or switch to PAYG, then you can do that EVERY/ANY month. If you wanted to move your number away from GiffGaff (why would you do that???), you can get your PAC from the website, unlike other providers who desperately argue that you should stay with them and only give the PAC code when you threaten to report them to the regulator.
Join via https://giffgaff.com/orders/affiliate/peterm42 and get £5 free.
. . could they (Volvo) fix the problem with the indicators on the cars they make. I cannot recall ever, in over fifty years of driving, having seen the bloody things working!
Actually - I think it is a fault in the driver module. You know the pr@t in the driver's seat.
...Microsoft making significant inroads into a market dominated by something which works well, is "universal" and cost-effective (Android) or over-priced and sold to "believers" (IOS).
Microcrap missed the boat on smartphones and are now in the process of screwing up the PC market which they used to "own".
Roll on the Android desktop/laptop.
Windows took over the desktop despite NOT being the best technology (bit like VHS vs Betamax).
Android is taking over the tablet/smartphone despite NOT being the best technology.
Microsoft should not waste any more effort/money chasing a market already lost.
Roll on Android on the desktop/laptop for the same reasons that Windows took that marketplace.
In the meantime Bluestacks works quite well. (www.bluestacks.com)
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