The really ironic addition ...
... in a squillion word dictionary would surely be "TL;DR"
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... in a squillion word dictionary would surely be "TL;DR"
What do HP management care? It's not their money at risk, it's the shareholders after all.
It does say "biting the had that feeds IT" up there on the right. Though I think this is more of a gumming TBH.
The stylus will be Apple's next invention...
Whoever invents the mute button for these pathetic phone wars gets my eternal praise. Honestly, leave it in the playground!
El Reg clickbait department.
Polished Turd, meet Pig in Lipstick.
Sadly I suspect I know some corporate "IT professionals" who will actually like this!
I think that a Platform Top 10 would be more interesting.
But are there 10 platforms??
Seriously, we all know Android wins by if you count by volume, and iOS by profit, with everyone else way behind.
>>Stupid statement. How can people prefer the poor-security, slower and less manageable XP to modern 7/8?
Me for one, since you asked so nicely.
>>What you've written is rubbish.
Did I say nicely? My mistake.
So (assuming this is true) Microsoft will sell you a new copy of Win 7 with security holes they know about, and know (at least in general terms) how to patch, but won't provide a patch? To my unlawyerly eyes that does not seem to be "merchantable quality".
Better call Saul! (No wait, doesn't he work for MS now?)
"British Airways apologise for the late arrival of that joke."
Have an upvote you hoopy frood!
running the workarounds you've implemented when you found out you were vulnerable
History suggests that many still don't know, and probably won't realize even when they get the patch (which they will ignore). There are too many underskilled/overworked/alienated to the point of not caring sysadmins out there to ensure that this issue will not be fixed quickly.
It's all there in the EULA:
Since when did a contract trump the law? I didn't think you could sign away your consumer rights, let alone wave them away by opening a CD, or clicking on a dialog box.
(However I suspect Microsoft's lawyers are bigger and better paid than "IANAL" me.)
I'm sure the patches that MS are providing to their corporate paying customers will soon start appearing on TPB!! So nothing to worry about, eh??
(Yes, this is a joke, but I bet something purporting to be these will appear, and I further bet large numbers of numpties will download them too).
"And nothing of value was lost."
And HP, like MS, seem to have installed the distortion field the wrong way round too.
"Sangria-drinking donkey-tossers" is the accepted UKIP designation for our Iberian chums I believe.
Thanks for sharing that, I think - I will now spend all weekend thinking about our security & backup procedures ;-)
...For some reason the quotation from Full Metal Jacket comes to mind:
Animal Mother: Better you than me.
I wouldn't be surprised if some of HP's executives didn't know that HP sold HP kit!
Their fees come out of the "£4.8m ... coughed to secured creditors" AIUI. Insolvency is a nasty business, but some people make money out of it.
JMJ - another struggling musician who's living in poverty due to music piracy.
Trey Parker as the new CEO perhaps? About the only way they can get any more laughs....
(Note lack of "Joke Alert" icon.)
A very accurate sales figure there!
Yes, if they all vote the same way. Which they won't.
Frankly if they even charged a modest fee for support of XP until 2015 many people would be happy to pay.
IBM in the 60s used to call them "unexpected features" IIRC.
That's got a ring to it!
Freudian slip - I read that as "niffy".
Can we the MLP saddos involved in a three way fight? If so, the popcorn industry would benefit!
If it's anything like the action taken against Union Carbide after the Bhopal disaster, MS won't be worried in the slightest.
...the bugs scale too, apparently.
FWIW I have 5 DAB radios at home (mostly rechargeable, which gets round much of the battery issues) and one in the car (a second-hand Focus, to preempt the conclusion-jumping). Admittedly I do live in a very good signal area, but overall I wouldn't want to go back to FM.
Has various examples of this, for example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0e9fZ0242Y
@JDX "Where do you get that number from, did you just make it up to look cool?"
Latest number in Wikipedia, since you asked so nicely.
3 years after going on sale a share of about 3% is a pretty poor success in my book.
"or 5.1 Snickers-but-when-I-was-young-it-was-called-Marathon"
If you really want an "S" that gets the old fart brigade going, how about "Spangels"?
Don't hold your breath. Ballmer has surrounded himself with yes--men and they will decide (in most part) who his successor is. The best days of Microsoft are behind them.
You get downvoted for mentioning Radio 4 now?? The R2 fanbois are out in force I see ;-)
Upvoted for the last line!
...where they can add beans for extra security!
One of the advantages Apple have in being the monopoly hardware supplier is no bloatware and hence consistency. I often think this is underrated as one of the factors that make their users loyal.
Or buy a *decent* smaller USB charger, like this - https://www.themu.co.uk/
At least one case seems to be down to a fake charger:
"...by Android devices. Meanwhile, Win8 devices are hoping to compete with Blackberry tablets."
Or is making hilarious claims the only way MS can think of to get publicity these days?
HTML5 may provide convergence between the app and the web site you refer to.
Admirals wanting the weapons they played with on their games consoles. I guess it's one way to use up the bloated budget.
A classic "truthiness" post (sounds clever, but is just plain wrong). The question is one of the use of two words, particularly in popular culture, so the "experts" are indeed, the masses, statistically analysed as here. IMO.
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