Oh please, wise Ralph [Wiggum], do share your definition of "monopoly" that deviates so much from the 90%-96% Google has in Europe.
It's not 4:3, it's 1:1 (though the pixels seem a bit on the rectangular side, judging by the picture).
With that amount of bullshit flying out of your figurative mouth, you could fertilize a whole field.
Monster market share == Monopoly
Open any of Windows' core applications (except IE) and navigate to the about page.
Bam, Kernel version plastered right under the marketing name:
Windows 7 Ultimate
Laughable doesn't begin to describe it.
The damned airplane is as large as a small town in that image.
If it comes to you having to clone the drive, it's too late. That's going to bite you in the ass sooner or later.
They needed a study to arrive at that conclusion?
Reallocated, uncorrectable and pending sectors are all obvious indicators of closing drive failure.
Command Timeouts, depending on definition, could be timeouts after failing a read, so nothing unusual there.
After outsourcing their heating, they can double down and outsource their IT to the cloud, which will run on their on-premises servers.
All of the costs, none of the advantages, but an MBA feels real smart, which really brings a smile to everyone's faces.
All Surfaces have USB type A ports. None have ever worked as anything other than a USB Host.
Just because other tablets are shitty devices incapable of operating like regular computers doesn't mean Surfaces are. Non-Pros are limited by Windows RT's limited driver support, but Pros are just like any computer.
That's a stupid question.
Yes, it will recognize any USB device for which Windows has drivers.
And yes, it does have a USB 3.0 type A port.
Oh yes, more people use iPads than Windows...
What fantasy world do you live in?
So, add a keyboard and mouse, for a much improved workflow and reduced RSI risk.
He can literally watch it turn into figurative shit.
iOS does not have a wider variety of applications than Windows.
The vast majority of Win32 applications that runs on the Surface Pro is much larger than iOS's app store selection.