I was trying to think of some sensible tests to compare the search.
When I search for "times" Google returns timesonline.co.uk first and Bing returns:
The results are obviously tailored to my location (Switzerland) but I would expect to have to enter a more specific search for a more obscure / niche website.
A search for "beeb" returns the BBC first in Google whereas Bing returns a Swedish furniture store as number 1.
I'll try Bing for a week but it seems to me Google still has the better search.
They may not have the fancy drivers needed to get the optimal performance out of some of the video cards, but they work well enough to get you going until (and unless) you decide to install it.
No fancy drivers in Linux vs. fancy drivers in Windows just isn't good enough though. As a hardware company Dell can simply ask their suppliers to provide Linux drivers, I doubt lack of hardware support is a reason for Dell deciding against a Linux option throughout their range.
Well then they'll have to turn the damn thing on theirselves, wasting all of 2 minutes.
This is a greater problem than you think. Our policy is that we have to turn off out laptops every evening, it takes 10-15 minutes for my laptop to boot and have Outlook up and running in the morning, this is due to the various crapware it must run in our environment. The newest laptops where I work still take over 5 minutes to boot. Even with the newer laptops that means that in any year employees are loosing half a working week every year waiting for computers to become usable, I seriously doubt any of the IT guys where I work earn less in half a week than the additional electricity costs required to keep their PC running 24x7.
4) Your car requires you to have a drivers license to drive, annual inspections/emissions. To make sure you have at least some cursory knowledge of the road rules, and to make sure your car's tail-pipe won't fal off in mid drive. India does not have this.
I suspect 2) and 3) are inaccurate too.
The internet just makes it easier and faster for morons to display their stupid.
Would someone kindly explain why it's "apt-get" instead of "app-get"? what's with the 't'?
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