Use Pale Moon. It's the Firefox you are asking for.
What about Cyberiminal ?
Why was this posted?
Ed Bott wrote it. That proves, to all his detractors, that he can multiply.
Norton Ghost and a partition manager (such as Ranish) can let you do that.
Also, some laptop manufacturers are including that as an option. Of course the OS is backed up at the hard drive not an expensive ROM chip.
is "THAT" an acronym as well ?
Bullshit. You add an accessory Bluetooth keyboard and it turns into a PC replacement that easily replaces XP for most users.
What are you talking about ? You can't even run OpenOffice on an iPad.
For wasting public air
An interesting thought; yet it seems necessary for the victim to co-exist with the captor. In this case Google didn't maintain communication with the victim.
Same here. This guy is a bit strange.
The official description: http://xbmc.org/about/
That's a "TSR program" not "TSR inc"
Favorite TSR program: the ping-pong virus! (Nah, Desqview really)
Some context is necessary here:
Can Blizzard swear on the US Constitution that their authentication servers will be available for free in 20 years?
No but looking at past behaviour and extrapolating when they bring the servers down they will put out a no-cd patch.
I'll buy it when the patch is out then, not a second earlier. I will not fall for mere promises.
Buying a software product with the requirement of perpetual functionality within its specifications (system requirements etc) is a principle.
My argument would continue, almost identical in philosophy, with this AC post: http://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=1667744&cid=32378396
Some people choose principles and self-respect over satisfaction, Dog-Cow. That doesn't make them retarded shits, Dog-Cow.
No it doesn't. It stands for nothing else than "XBMC".
In the same manner "Tactical Studies Rules" became "TSR" meaning nothing else than "TSR".