So it would seem it doesn't matter that the device had routing capability, as they were using it as an AP. They should call it a wireless AP then, not a router, as the routing bit is irrelevant.
We're still kicking ass in terms of total distance traveled in space, thanks to V'Ger... err, Voyager. But we still have a long way to go to catch up with total extraterrestrial crash landings and highest BAC in space.
First one to the finish line gets to use their secret moonbase laser to blow up the losers.
Maybe if you live in the rich part of town. Where I grew up and the three cities I've lived in/near since, people usually do some sort of renovation before moving in. Some people just paint, other people tear up the carpet, others still go all out. But I don't know anyone that moved into a house exactly as it was when they bought it.
I found multimonitor (five displays, three resolutions, from three video cards) to be an improvement over Windows 7, although it still has a ways to go before it matches all of the features found on third party programs.
Drivers were an issue, but I saw a huge improvement between when it was first released and three months later so I'm hoping that trend has continued. I don't have any experience with EFI and Win 8 so I can't comment on that.
Some people know enough to distinguish the UI, which is where 99% of complaints are, from the rest of the operating system, which only has a few bugs that have mostly been patched. By what you're saying, Linux is garbage because Ubuntu has a crappy UI.
I'm counting among the people who gave Windows 8 a chance rather than going in hating it already. I ended up going back to Windows 7 (as I said), but I don't think 8 is the disaster that so many people claim it to be.
People treat it like a house with a cracked foundation and rotting trusses when it really just needs new siding and maybe a few non-structural walls moved.
Most of those stories you've heard are also from people that have never seen it. I upgraded from 7 to 8 for about 4 months. Metro is annoying, but very easy to suppress with any of a dozen third party Start menu replacements (most are free). I had some stability issues, but they got a lot of patches out pretty quickly. I did run into a few oddball problems, such as you can't run apps that use Silverlight if you have Client Hyper-V installed (Silverlight still works fine in browsers for Netflix) but they've likely fixed most of those by now. The only other major issue I ran into is that Intel-SRT showed no improvement in Windows 8 compared to running off just a hard disk, but it worked great with Windows 7. It could be because Windows 8 does tend to run faster on the same hardware. I'll probably wait until 8.1 has been out a month or two and then upgrade again from 7 to see if they've fixed all the little annoyances I had.
Think of it less as a new OS like going from Vista to 7 was (even though Vista, 7 and 8 are just incremental upgrades to the same OS) and more like going from XP to XP SP2. It fixes a lot of major issues and (hopefully) responds to user feedback.
But now Windows has a nice big
I hear Mensa is planning on using the Microsoft Copy dialog instead.
"You have 4 minutes left, then 3 minutes, then 29 minutes, then 1800 years, then 32 seconds, then potato. What is the next number in the sequence?"
You see the same thing among lawyers... they may be bitter rivals in court, but then go out for drinks and have a few laughs afterwards. You have to figure two people in direct competition will probably have more in common with each other than with another random person. Just because they are professional rivals doesn't mean they can't have a great personal relationship.
I can't tell if you're trying to be ironic or if you really could use another English class or three.
But hey, the classes I had to take in microbiology, astronomy and Western History Up To AD 1400 were certainly vital to my degree in IT.
Why separate them? Just mash the little buggers up and eat them whole. As far as I know, humans can digest or pass every part of an ant.
Those are wild bugs. Wild animals tend to have lots of parasites and diseases too. However, if we farmed bugs they would be mostly parasite and disease free. Given that bugs need relatively little room compared to an equivalently sized cow or pig, it would be cheaper and easier to raise them indoors... maybe even right in cities where food is needed the most.