Re: Registry... Why keep it?
Use reg.exe it is not that bad.
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Battery Saver does more than enough when it comes to saving battery at least for me.
(Lasts from Friday Morning to Sunday Night with moderate usage which is the longest I ever need.)
Wish I could have more of the background rubbish disabled without making the screen dimmer though.
The proper single market should be buy it wherever you want in the EU and consume it wherever you want. (Should apply to everything physical or digital and to both consumers and companies alike).
As it stands all the things that would benefit the consumer most are excluded.
(Alcohol / Tobacco and things like this).
I cannot understand how Redhat has not noticed the amount work he causes for other people yet.
(Think the article might have a typo when it comes to the bit about packages being the latest release because it is obviously not true as the latest XFCE is 4.12). Not being the latest release is natural for Debian.
I don't see why it is not just Powershell all the way especially for something where you are paying for resources.
Maybe the only way for people to learn would be removing all GUI's for server software (Other than in Essentials). Forcing it upon people like they did Metro (Don't think they have the balls to though).
If they were forced to use Intel's 22nm process then they would have been able to do the same thing using less power.
(Intel having some competition is a different thing and probably necessary but forcing it onto a better process would have benefited all say MS & Sony paying some of the fab costs for AMD would have been ideal)
Could have got the same GPU performance using more lower performance ones.
They didn't do it because of cost. (And it shows cheap / nasty and noisy).
I think I would have just said "Well you know what happens next ...." or something like that.
Don't think I would have reported it or anything.
(Now probably the way things work is I would get fired for sexual harassment due to the comment. So I don't think I would which is stupid but true)
The only malware on my Android device is Google Play Services. (If it is disabled my battery life increases by 400%).
(My definition is of malware is any program acting in the best interests of a 3rd party not me. Don't differemtiate between Google's Latitude like thing (That they built into play services and made a nightmare to disable) or a bitcoin miner on my desktop).
Google uses the same tactics as malware authors routinely. (Installing Chrome a user on Windows uses the same sorts of tricks as well).
I hope 3 doesn't get O2 - I cannot see any situation where I do end up having to pay 3 much more.
(For the rare situations where the extra coverage might be a benefit I am almost certain just getting a fixed data sim from someone else will be less than the price difference).
3 in the USA is brilliant with the at home thing.
It is fine if you used 7 properly to begin with.
Windows key and type part of the name of the app.
All the keyboard shortcut keys are still the same (And there are other useful ones like windows + x).
Powershell is improving (Can be added to 7 but if people cannot figure out the above well ....)
Windows "Professionals" who are not using Server Core are even worse.
Most important feature for me is basic browsing and the fact that I don't have to bother about battery life for most common situations. (Seeing people at the weekend mainly) and that it is not becoming slower and slower all the time. WP7 works well as it is. (WP8.1 seems to copy the annoying bits of Android).
Don't want the situation I have with my Android tablet where Google wastes all my battery and there is nothing than can be done about other than losing the ability to use Google's apps. (And making it dog slow in the process).
At least my Kindle Fire HDX / Ipad Air are not significantly worse than when I got them.
I read something about a drug (I believe it was from a reputable source but not massively specific maybe there are instances it cannot be used) that basically reversed the process of decay that will never come to light because the effects on the dental industry.