* Posts by Ahosewithnoname

10 posts • joined 11 Apr 2019

Companies toiling away the most on LibreOffice code complain ecosystem is 'beyond utterly broken'


Re: It's quite clear where the money is:

And then the IT dept can spend all of its time fixing LibreOffice produced presentatons that look like they've been formatted by a small child when viewed in Powerpoint by anyone in Corporate World

Microsoft drops a seemingly innocuous Windows Insider build, teases the future


Stop press!

Technical preview build in "unstable and full of bugs" shocker.. You don't _have_ to install it you know

Microsoft boffin inadvertently highlights .NET image woes by running C# on Windows 3.11


Re: 'Facts' are historically situated

"We should just take criticism of white men like men and"


LastPass stores passwords so securely, not even its users can access them


Re: "Maybe the current outage is a sign"

or a rotor, perhaps?

Beware the trainee with time on his hands and an Acorn manual on his desk


I didn't think you could put the 3.5" in upside down

I could throttle you right about now: US Navy to ditch touchscreens after kit blamed for collision


Re: Touch screens

Always been standard fitment in Audis and BMWs

Imagine an Upside Down world where a vastly inferior OS went on to dominate... Stranger Things have happened


Re: Once, in a fever dream it was working

Yes, because early 90's Linux was much much easier to configure....

HPE: Since y'all love cloud subs so much, we'll throw all our boxes into GreenLake by 2022


Re: “Everyone recognises that customers want technology delivered as a service,

An objective post about cloud in the comments section. Who'd have thought it..

Windows 10 May 2019 Update thwarted by obscure tech known as 'external storage'


H8rz gonna h8

Vendor in 'Unfinished beta software contains bugs' shocker..

RIP: Microsoft finally pulls plug on last XP survivor... POSReady 2009


Re: Rest. In. Peace.

If you work in tech and your productivity is really hampered by Win10's UI then I'd suspect said productivity wasn't that great in the first place.


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