Am I on Digg?
Am I on Digg?
But this one is on the internet.
I've tried Remix and yes, you can.
I suspected as much.
Is this an iOS thing? If I make in app purchases on any of my Android devices they are carried across to any of the devices I'm signed in to.
Purely anecdotal, but from what I've seen it's people aged 4 to 40+.
And a fuck load of them at that. Also it's good to see groups of kids out and about walking and riding places rather than just loitering around with "nothing to do".
It gives me a warm fuzzy feeling.
Windows 10 and Google Chrome all the way. Notepad++ for text editing.
Essential software, I dunno. I use Lastpass a lot. VLC for media stuff.
Avast is pretty much on par with AVG for pop ups and bloat.
I guess they changed it at some point then. I have had an Apple ID for however long and there's no payment info attached. I've used the account to acquire free apps from itunes. I can't really prove it any more as I no longer own any Apple devices.
Yet again I come along with the anecdotal evidence, but there you go. YMMV n all that.
Hope this helps.
No I don't and no I'm not, but what's that got to do with anything?
The only method I've applied is setting those keys on any machine a customer doesn't want the Windows 10 upgrade happening on.
I couldn't tell you if it's 100 machines or 1000 machines, all I know is no one has ever come back and complained it didn't work.
Apologies if that's not scientific enough for you, I'll try not to bring anything anecdotal to the discussion ever again.
It does nothing about that. No one ever claimed it did.
It's the 29th July that the offer ends, but yes they've left it a bit late.
I've had multiple machines with those registry keys set for at least 6 months, none of them have shown any sign of a Windows 10 upgrade since.
It's tried, it's tested, it's permanent.
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