Why would you keep a 486 CPU on its own - surely the whole system would be more use if you went to the trouble of keeping the rest of the documentation?
Somehow I think the capture technology is more important for that use case than the display technology...
Most people don't realise that the Kronos is just a dual core Atom PC either (and an old one at that) - pretty incredible when you compare it to the CPU hog VST market.
So given the choice of a car coming towards you and a cyclist in your direction you'd crash into the cyclist?
Perhaps you missed it, but clearly $3,300 isn't enough - http://slashdot.org/story/13/10/17/2337204/british-nhs-may-soon-no-longer-offer-free-care. Partly because much of the NHS is already stealth privatised no doubt though.
Citing the Daily Mail? Really?
Practically everyone I know with any investment in Apple products and iTunes uses it all the time. Home network sharing of iTunes libraries is great with a family, and its fundamental to much of the AppleTV functionality.
Yep - and NOD32 is even on Apple's list of software that has issues with iTunes...
In any case, the poster has problems with iTunes because of NOD32 - it is on Apple's list of software known to have an issue with iTunes. Some people have success by adding exceptions for iTunes.
iTunes replaces quite a few standard Windows services. Until a few versions ago there was a DNS resolver service, but I think it has been built into the client now. Yeah, iTunes does its own DNS lookups for some reason.
Presumably you mean mDNSResponder.exe - ie multicast DNS / bonjour which is used to discover other iTunes libraries on your network.
Why is this modded down?
Regardless, this is fucking annoying now. Noon passed. Enough already.