I run two PCs with three displays. I typically use Synergy to mouse/keyboard share between them but, in case the network has issues, I keep a wireless controller hooked up to the second PC and the mouse/keyboard are in a drawer in the desk.
And such is the fickle nature of the mods.
On topic, people would have to note statistically, every molecule of H2O has at some time been inside a creature. So we are all drinking sewage/waste/carrion water.
Pretty sure those old scopes ran winNT, not 98 (for obvious reasons)
If I remember rightly you could use a mouse/keyboard with them, so controls would be simple.
As for why vectorise it? Why not!
Except they aren't in the middle
Man in the middle means to dupe both ends of the transaction that they are talking to each other correctly while injecting your own data into it.
What they are doing is a redirect to another page that asks you if you would please answer this question so that, when the deadline arrives, they don't have to restrict/disconnect your service.
Typically, when doing such things, you check the user-agent.
Their aim is to ask people a simple question. If the people had already replied to it they wouldn't get the page. If they select an answer they wont get the page in future. At worst it would be considered using a morally ambiguous technology to accomplish a neutral end.
Pfft, of course they are better screws. They are both more expensive and annoying to operate, just like other Apple Iproducts.
Only meant to be used by the special Apple certified screwdriver, the iScrewyou.
The whole point of Thunderbolt (and Firewire before it) was that they didn't put any load on the CPU at all, they would communicate directly to ram, reading and writing data without any load on the very limited resource that is the processor. Of course, there really should have been a boot-time restriction of what memory the bridge has access to, but I guess that would have been too much for the programmers.
That is the issue. Windows on a laptop should specifically ask you if you want to install updates, because when you need to grab your laptop and run, you don't want to wait for twenty minutes of updates first.
I would suggest using Hibernate instead since it powers down the machine, when you see the "I am going to delay you" indicator on the shutdown icon.
Really? Those same engines are tested by firing frozen chickens into them while they are running.
I solve practical problems. Like how do I stop some mean-ol' mother-hubbard from [figuratively] tearing me a structurally superfluous behind?
The answer, is a pun.
And if that don't work... use more pun!
Nah, just America. In Australia when they say 'unlimited' by law the connection has to be without any limit. So the only ones that post 'unlimited downloads' are the ones who oversell their back-haul and run like shite during peak times.
Australia. Basically, if you ever bounce a cheque or make any kind of fee appear as a result of cashing one, they wont approve it.
Reason we started using them was a guy came into one of the other stores (who our owner owned) and had a bank cheque from his own, named, account. Buys a laptop and other stuff with it. Then goes to the bank and cancels the bank cheque. Used to be once issued they were practically legal tender.
Where I used to work we had a cheque underwriter. Basically, when we got a cheque we would need to call up and feed all the details off it into the phone-service, they would give us an auth number to write on it. If the cheque bounces or is otherwise bad, we still got our money and THEY would undertake the hunting of the person.
3% processing fee
Takes about 10 mins
Customers who pay regularly by cheque are usually arseholes and will complain bitterly about the above two downsides, while holding up other people.
And you try and tell the young people today that and they wont believe you!
More than likely the owners of this place saw it and thought it was a great idea.