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  • shelterpaw
    Sep 1, 12:21 PM
    I have a Windows XP box on my desk next to my G5 and XP's windows and menus are lightning fast and immediately responsive.

    There have been a few ways to increase the speed of the menu's. One was plist edit where you just changed a value and it made menu's pup-up instantly. I can't seem to find the how to, but there's one somewhere. Maybe someone here knows what I'm talking about and can post a link.

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  • Apple Corps
    Feb 18, 06:43 PM

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    Eric - good point that we don't want to give these violators more forum visibility to spread their garbage. That said, many of us hope that there will be tighter moderation and action against this behavior.

    Also - were any of the bad actors banned?

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  • SandynJosh
    Apr 5, 06:44 PM
    I thought they were committed to Thunderbolt and ignoring USB 3.0

    It's a patent application. Just because you see 3.0 in the sketch, doesn't mean they will light it up for that with any product.

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  • Dagless
    Jun 20, 10:43 AM
    ^ Right now I'd go for a PS3 since I prefer the exclusives for that over the Xbox. You won't go wrong with either though. Sports titles (at least the very popular ones) are always multiplatform. Online play is better on the Xbox though you have to pay a subscription for it. The new Xbox has built in Wifi.

    That's pretty much it in a nutshell!


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  • kiljoy616
    Apr 15, 12:05 AM
    I like the mop behind him. Is he the janitor of the data center?

    hahahahaha good one.

    Liquid on isle 4 came to mind. :rolleyes:

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  • Burnsey
    May 3, 12:26 AM
    Hm, that pretty much sounds the same as the difference between conservatives and liberals in the US for the most part. Hope they don't try to take away your universal health care!

    The Conservatives are for some privatization, or as they call it "alternative delivery", but I doubt the population will allow them to completely privatize healthcare. Normally I'm for a smaller government, but when it comes to healthcare you can only either trust the corporations who make lots of money off of you when you're sick, or you can trust the government. In this case I trust the government a lot more.


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  • alent1234
    Dec 27, 09:08 PM
    You're talking about a whole country. As it is right now there are more iPhones in NYC than anywhere else. In order for this to be true it would mean tens of thousands of NYers, at least, are having their personal info stolen. Also, why only the iPhone? Wouldn't these thieves with all their stolen info just move onto another AT&T phone that costs just as much? Such as BB? Why hasn't any other telco stopped onlines sales of any of their high priced phones in NYC? Surely these thieves wouldn't just buy one phone.

    To believe this you would have to jump through many conclusions, some being illogical.

    all BB network traffic goes through RIM's datacenters making them easy to trace

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  • aiongiant
    Sep 19, 11:39 PM
    alli did was put in the xp cd on the drive.. pop in another hdd.. and rebooted.. at startup press and hold the option key and your startup devices come up choose the xp cd... boot from that then install to the other hdd.. and done and done xp is installed no problem as for the drivers thats where bootcamp driver disc comes in

    but mind you.. you do NOT need bootcamp to boot and install windows xp.. but will need it for drivers and such


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  • Grimace
    Sep 19, 04:36 PM
    that is what mine did and was fine, it popped up a windows saying the update was complete, check your firmware version in System Profiler

    Nope, nothing. Still 1.7f6. I'll try unplugging devices.

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  • Westacular
    Mar 23, 05:31 PM
    5 years ago Apple was pushing open standards with no licensing require (ie, zeroconf) and no one would buy in. Now they offer a standard with a fraction of the capability and charge for it and everyone wants it.

    There's a world of difference between extending basic Internet protocols and making a method for streaming videos to set-top devices that actually just works.

    The former *has* to be open and license-free to gain any level of traction or standardization, and Apple has done a good job with it -- the drafts for mDNS and DNS-SD (which combine to make Bonjour) are both still active and standards-tracked at IETF. Expect them to become full RFC internet standards before long.

    The latter generally means selling a chip (or licensing its design) to other manufacturers. There's both the expectation that this is how things are done, and likely a legal need to charge for it to cover patent licensing fees.


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  • Number 41
    Apr 21, 02:12 PM
    1. the A5 is more than a minor spec bump - it's a serious spec bump.

    Not enough to justify the non-inclusion of LTE/4G.

    Two years from now, you'll be wishing you had faster access to streaming content (the mythical "cloud") than a bit more processing power to play a game that was designed to be playable on the iPhone 4 anyway.

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  • kdarling
    Mar 25, 09:29 AM
    it wasn't until iOS and the apps store where you could do things like select a few recipes and make a shopping list did a PDA become useful

    Recipe and shopping list Palm / Windows Mobile apps like Pocket Cook date from 2000. That one in particular won awards for years.

    What you mean is, it wasn't until iOS that the mass public else took notice. Millions of us were surfing the web and using apps on PDAs, smartphones and tablets long before that.


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  • Abstract
    Apr 17, 09:18 AM
    Fine sandpaper?

    I'm joking, by the way. Only use superfine sandpaper.

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  • Doctor Q
    Sep 26, 01:00 PM
    Originally posted by shadowfax0
    Oh ok, SCREEN SAVER mode, well that makes sense, I can't wait until you do it with the CLI version ::drool::

    I am now benchmarking the CLI version of SETI@home on the Dual 1.25GHz G4. I was surprised that it was only marginally faster than the GUI version (a little under 6 hours per unit), but SETI's FAQ explains that the GUI on a dual processor uses one processor for the graphics and one for the computation, so the graphics "don't count" much. And, when running SETI CLI version, you still don't get the benefit of the dual processors (except to run something besides SETI at the same time, of course) unless you explicitly start two SETI processes at the same time, each in its own directory.
    I will report my results of single-CLI runs after I determine the effect of the Energy Saver settings and the effect of the -verbose option that reports progress in the Terminal window. Then I will try double-CLI runs.


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  • RalfTheDog
    Apr 5, 12:11 PM
    I am not saying CR has no understanding of technology, however, Their fourth choice was Centrum.

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  • lepidoptera
    Nov 21, 06:23 PM
    ...I mean isn't this just cold fusion?

    Why are these guys in Utah though?

    I think their being in Utah is entirely appropriate for cold fusion, don't you? ;)


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  • fourthtunz
    Sep 16, 07:15 AM
    Originally posted by solvs

    .I'd rather have a Mac, but don't fool yourself. You can build a really nice PC for less than $2,000 (with plenty of basic software that helps you crash Windows even faster) that blows the $3,000+ machines out of the water. You get a nice, out of the box experiance with OS X.2, but is it worth it for the higher price and slower performance. Sometimes yes, sometimes no.

    Again, you are living in the past. Macs are now fast and a very good deal. Premiere is not a pro video app and is not optimized for the Mac, Imovie(a free app) and Final cut render much faster. I still have premiere but is very slow on the Mac and I won't upgrade. You can do audio and video on any computer but when you do it to make your living you have to look at the whole picture and that means looking at everything pcs included, and right now the Mac is a better deal overall.

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  • DewGuy1999
    Apr 23, 02:11 PM
    $3.949 for regular, less than an hour later the price was a penny cheaper.

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  • Lacero
    Sep 17, 11:00 AM
    How would one go about dating an Apple employee??
    Could you surreptitiously take a photo of her with an iSight and post her picture here? I wanna see just how gorgeous this girl is. Or what that be too much to ask?

    Oct 6, 01:13 PM
    Because now Android with a range of sizes is eating iPhone sales.

    Go into a Best Buy and look at all the Androids with larger screens, and some with smaller screens and lower prices. Apple needs to compete with that...

    I'd stop to think about what you're saying before you speak. Maybe check the stats from anytime this year.
    The iPhone does not have a majority of the share in the smartphone market.

    As of Q1 RIM had a commanding lead over iPhone; http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/10/06/06/apples_iphone_market_share_three_times_greater_than_android_in_us.html
    Other more recent reports show'd RIM slipping, but still higher than iOS. This one also show Nokia as having an even greater lead than both.
    And the MOST recent data (as of yesterday) has Android beating iOS; http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2010/10/05/android-passes-blackberry-and-iphone-among-recent-smartphone-purchases/

    "Fail"? HA, Hardly. :rolleyes:

    Well, Android is on a lot of handsets sure but is a wide majority of handsets selling or is it a few top of the line phones?

    Also iPhone is still bigger than Android worldwide.

    Mar 28, 09:05 AM
    When has Apple ever made anything more than "just a small improvement"?

    To many users, Snow Leopard is just a small improvement over Leopard.

    Mar 25, 10:27 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8F190)

    When you release the kinds of game-chaining products that Apple does, I'm kind of inclined to look the other way. Why not. Apple's earned special treatment for the time being. That is, for the time being.

    Might doesn't make right. But being exceedingly awesome, does.

    I know it sounds unfair, but **** it. Apple's changed the entire conditions of the game.

    What if I came along and stole all of Apples patents and used them in a way that were above and beyond anything Apple created with them?

    You're thought process of this situation is completely horrible.

    Mar 11, 01:19 PM
    most products "Made in the USA" are excellent quality

    German and Japan are even better.

    May 2, 12:49 PM
    The white iphone 4 plastic edge seems very slightly thicker though.

    It is not thicker, don't believe all the junk you see.