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Comment: Re:uh yea (Score 1) 343

by baka_toroi (#49075997) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Version Control For Non-Developers?
Yeah, because it's obvious people in a company will only work with people in the same company. No e-mail will reach people outside the organization, right?.
Why don't you think a little bit before posting? Is your company willing to train every single guy who needs to use a document?

Have you ever left your basement?

Comment: Re:One pixel wide window borders (Score 0, Troll) 193

by baka_toroi (#49010865) Attached to: Xfce Getting a New Version Soon
I'd rather pirate Windows 7 and get (almost) anything the way I want it. 3 minutes of tweaking (Always show file extensions, taskbar like previous versions, disable sticky keys, etc.) and it's just what I need and want.

or consume to many resources

Why, why is this still and issue? Are you using a Pentium 4 with 512MB of RAM? Otherwise I can't comprehend how on earth you would claim any OS to be "resource intensive." There's no such thing in 2015. Every OS works fine with decent hardware, and if you use computers for a living I can't believe you're not able to buy 8GB of RAM.

Anyway, I'm not telling you how to use your computer or anything. Whatever rows your boat.

Any program which runs right is obsolete.

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