* Posts by Usermane

57 publicly visible posts • joined 30 Jan 2018


Microsoft lifts years-old compatibility hold for Windows 11


Re: Those drivers have been available for ~2 years

As well as Guinea pigs.

What to expect when the UK-US Data Bridge comes into force this week


Another benefit of the Brexit?

Microsoft to let Internet Explorer 11 haunt Windows some more


Re: Still a lot of ancient industrial hardware that needs it

The same with the apps that run only on windows until the next upgrade

Microsoft pushes out PowerShell scripts to fix BitLocker bypass


TPM is good for making people to change their computers if they want the last Window$$$

Linus Torvalds hails 'historic' Linux 5.10 for ditching defunct addressing artefact


Re: bye bye 2038

Year 10,00? https://www.reddit.com/r/startrekstabilized/comments/26y9v8/star_trek_freak_out_xpost_rimagestabilization/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share

Baby, I swear it's déjà vu: TalkTalk customers unable to opt out of ISP's ad-jacking DNS – just like six years ago


Not bad

I'm paying at this momen more than £20 for the cheapest sky broadband and isn't so different than dialup

UK big five carriers bin wired broadband download quotas for as long as we're all stuck indoors


3 thumbs down, maybe sky shareholders.


And sky could increase the speed of its obnoxious "cheap" broadband.

Remember that Sonos speaker you bought a few years back that works perfectly? It's about to be screwed for... reasons


As the old rubbish amstrad internet phone? That was a real rubbish.

Windows 7 back in black as holdouts report wallpaper-stripping shenanigans


Time to upgrade to Windows 3.1

Nothing's certain except death and patches – so that 'final' Windows 10 19H2 build isn't really


Next Windows

What if next is .deb?


Maybe a movie with Jerry Lewis.

Creators Update meets its maker: It's 1903 or bust for those clinging to Windows 10 1703


Re: Do it our way or not at all

With Linux too? How is that?

Breaking, literally: Microsoft's fix for CPU-hogging Windows bug wrecks desktop search


Or using dual boot.

It's heads you win, tails you lose as Microsoft introduces CoinFlip™ for Windows 10


Re: Shirley

Or better, it's head I win, tail you loose.

Slow Ring Windows 10 fragged by anti-cheat software in the games you're playing at work, says Insiders supremo


Re: cheating

It happens even with Golf Clash.


Re: WTF is a Slow Ring???

I think is the kind of rings for to keep an erection and slow the ejaculations.

Are you a Windows 1 in 10 (1809)? Or a mighty 80 percenter (1803)?


Re: 1709

Yes, angry and hungry big red ants. Who seats there becomes the picnic meal.


Re: 19H1 (aka the Windows 10 April 2019 Update) is likely to hit in a matter of months..

Nice,what if instead of that way only put numbers? The April update would be 19.04, next 19.10 and so. I think should be something more clear, easy to understand and original.

Who cracked El Chapo's encrypted chats and brought down the Mexican drug kingpin? Er, his IT manager


Re: The FBI paid him back in return for his services

Or not, the guy isn't a WASP , hence is a nobody for many "good guys" of the federal administration.

Microsoft polishes up Chromium as EdgeHTML peers into the abyss


Wait untill the MS programs come in .Deb and others.

See this, Google? Microsoft happy to take a half-billion in sweet, sweet US military money to 'increase lethality'



Microsoft + increase lethality = friendly fire

Windows 10 Pro goes Home as Microsoft fires up downgrade server


Re: Just go Linux

LXDE, is light and fast.

The nights are drawing in. Pour a cup of cocoa and join us for Windows 10 Autumnwatch


Maybe he need more for making drinking water.

Worrying Windows 10 wrecking-ball weapon weirdly wanders wildly on worldwide web


Re: Monthly Updates?

But in this case seems that the big fleas had bigger fleas upon their back and so.


Re: safe surfing

8. Never surf the web with windows, use a live Linux instead.


Re: Monthly Updates?

Yes, patches, patches for the patches, patches for the patches of the patches...


Re: Security

Probably some people need to fast few days to pay somebody to fix the problems that windows made.


Re: Windows 10

But they don't seems so smart


As they back to the "gift".

Zip it! 3 more reasons to be glad you didn't jump on Windows 10 1809


Re: Regressions

Maybe was the opposite

Once more with feeling: Windows 10 October 2018 Update inches closer to relaunch


Re: I'm just wondering

Micro$oft won't have many problems even if the next update format all the hard disks as the foollowers will keep using that O$ because most of the users don't know so much and others are proud of using it.

Still holding out on Windows 10? Microsoft tempts upgrade with virtual desktop to Azure


Re: "But I don't want all that"

Are you joking? M$ knows that many of their customers accept everything that they will want. When the "common" user has problems upgrading the Windows just changes the laptop for a new model.

Voyager 1 left the planet 41 years ago – and SpaceX hopes to land on Earth this Saturday


Re: V'ger

Have you seen Star Trek The Movie, when the crew of the Enterprise finds a Voyager?

What a flap: SIM swiped from slain stork's GPS tracker used to rack up $2,700 phone bill


Re: Want to chat with a Stork

Is that an adult line?


Re: And the moral of this story is...

Really? Then wasn't a buzzard as my parents told me?

Microsoft pulls the plug on Windows 7, 8.1 support forums


Re: Looks like Windows have adopted the Linux Model.

Or the most probably is that they want to control Linux from inside "letting" to install Ubuntu in win10.

Best is to have Linux in other partition and to use win for the strictly necessary things.

Welcome to Ubuntu 18.04: Make yourself at GNOME. Cup of data-slurping dispute, anyone?


Nice but pass

Gnome could be nice but for me is more hard for making changes in the bar. I use 2 keyboard layouts and is messy (at least for me) with some desktops as Gnome. LXDE, Lubuntu, Lubuntu Xubuntu or Enlightenment are most easy for changes. Maybe are others like that and at the same time light.


Re: Opt-in is the only way to go...

Thanks for the address.

Wanted that Windows 10 update but have an Intel SSD? Computer says no


Will be cheap ssd?

I am looking for some cheap ssd for my laptop with Kubuntu, maybe will be lucky thanks to MS.

Brit healthcare system inks Windows 10 install pact with Microsoft


Re: Will Windows 10 slurp medical data from the records?

Donald Trump bodyguards.


Re: Just throw more money at it.

Do that and the "good friend" Donald will become angry.

Boss sent overpaid IT know-nothings home – until an ON switch proved elusive


Nobody had the idea of demagnetize the crt as soon they seen the funny colors in the screen?

US, UK cyber cops warn Russians are rooting around in your routers


Re: Crying Wolf

And the black uniforms for the Sci-Fi movies and TV series.

Torvalds schedules Linux kernel 5.0, then maybe delays 'meaningless' release


As with the browsers

I remember the jump of Firefox, they are on the 50's or more now.

What a mesh: BT Whole Home Wi-Fi users moan over update


Re: Dumb question?

Any chance of install an open source firmware?

F-35B Block 4 software upgrades will cost Britain £345m


On the middle of a dogfight:"the software has been upgraded successfully, Restarting the system"

UK watchdog Ofcom tells broadband firms: '30 days to sort your speeds'


Re: Wasn't there a similar opinion once upon a time?

Or a dialup

Microsoft's Windows 10 Workstation adds killer feature: No Candy Crush


Shell transformation

How to change the win10 shell without to use third parts software?


Re: yeah... Just look at FreeBSD

How good is? Feels as the Ubuntu and similar!


Re: Consumer refers to who's paying

Was a free upgrade from 7 an if you used assitive technology or whatever the name of the gadgets as the onscreen keyboard or the reader.