Strange, the first time you log on there is supposed to be a quick tutorial showing the hover features. I decided when I built my new computer to jump to 8.1. I wouldn't have jumped to 8 though but I have to say it's fine once you get used to the changes. I do admit some of the changes left me scratching my head but I am sure if moving to another OS I would have gone through the same familiarization. With that in mind, I could see this being a point where people choose to move elsewhere since it's almost the same learning curve.
Probably because at one point someone was looking at porn at work, a coworker sued for sexual harrasment and won.
None of his revelations were surprising. Granted there are probably some that got sadistic glee in doing the job but I am sure most are in it for a paycheck.
Sorry to tell you but overdubbing US made movies into French does not a culture make.
The Quebec culture is a shadow of what it once was.
Yeah I know someone who had a whole bunch of them and their house got hit. Needless to say pretty much all of their electronics had to be replaced.
Should clarify that is 19000 workstations and 1000 workstations a day and increasing. We probably won't meet the deadline of April 1 we were told to meet but we will be pretty close
That's what I am talking about. Essentially from what I gleaned is the skip doesn't get the full data frame it only starts with the data at that specific second so until the screen changes enough or the next frame refresh you will only see the changes.
Note: terminology is probably wrong but you get my gist.
For us, (approx 100,000) clients the biggest stumbling block was app compatability. 19000 in and going, we are doing about 1000 a day. Small kinks here and there but seems to be going well
My biggest complaint is the grey screen issue if you skip . Only issues I playing files otherwise is it stutters on a literal 1080p rip of blu-ray.
even better is XBMC on pi uses libcec so you can control it from your TV remote.
The YJ and CJ owners forget the rest and focus on the inner cockpit. Granted my TJ has a tad too much plastic but at least it didn't have a Renault transmission and you got the Dana 44 rear axle and there is a hell of a lot less sticking out under your jeep than earlier models plus with a small trimming you can fit 35's easily on your jeep without any breakage.
The skins were the same back then 16 gauge, no difference
Apologizing to the wrong person but apology accepted
I originally looked at WDTV Live when I got tired of the whirring fan on my XBMC HTPC. I hated it as I found it was too many clicks to get to my video shares. At that point I went with a Pi based instead However since then they have added shortcuts. The reason I picked the Roku was we needed something that played netflix since XBMC on Linux won't do it. We also picked Roku as there were some channels on it that other settop boxes didnt have. I would probably have gotten the Live otherwise.
I HATE the search functionality on Hulu Plus but I didn't renew my supscription after the first three months expired. Now the only thing I use my Roku for is Netflix and PBS since we cut the cord.
I mainly use XBMC (my DNS server is on one of them) which consists of a home brew and a Pi. Problem is no access to Netflix unless you are running windows. Not doing that.