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2.1.2 (Nov 10, 2008)
It Does do something only I cannot figure out just was it does. I seen a slight change to picture in size and resolution but it totally ignores the preset size I have chosen.
SP3 Release Candidate 2 (Feb 21, 2008)
I should have know better with Beta 1 not long in front of RC2. One installed, I found my Windows Client for my wireless failed to function and Windows Wireless would not start. Restore capibilities after power down was non existant along with the ability to boot to safe mode. Programs like CCleaner, Eusing Registry Cleaner, AVG, PC Booster and XP Smoker were impossible to run after SP3 install. Uninstalled through the Microsoft provided uninstaller only to find out that the programers at Microsoft really haven't crossed all of the "T's" and dotted their "I's"......but what more could we expect. Tomorrow, I will do a total reload but under an SP2 environment. For my Toshiba Satellite A-55, I will stay clear of SP3 until I know that I know that Microsoft has gotten it right this time.
3.54 (Jul 1, 2006)
Just downloaded Bio Agent 3.54 and ran it. As soon a I clicked on "Get Bios Info" it disappeared. tried to reinstall it 3 time and download it twice. Time to go back to the drawing board BIOS Agent
3.54 (Nov 13, 2008 - 11:16 AM)
Except Dunkin Donuts coffee, unlike McDonald is consistantly bad....Many times old too. I lived most of my life in the Northeast and I have never really cared for Dunkin Donuts. Most are franchises run by foreigneers who have lost total insight to the institution of Dunkin Donuts Coffee along with cheaper ingrediants to make the donuts. Stick with Independent Donut Shops. Better product and who know, maybe Wi-Fi too
3.54 (Nov 13, 2008 - 11:11 AM)
Netean, I am conviced that whichever country you happen to be in that McDonalds has the best coffee and pretty consistant worldwide too. Free Wi-Fi is an added bonus
3.54 (Nov 13, 2008 - 11:08 AM)
I've been in many Starbucks in this country and a few abroad and every one had free Wi-Fi except one I stopped into in Waco, Texas. I sat down with my coffee and powered up the notebook only to find out that if I wanted to connect, I would have to pay T-Mobile to access the internet...Way to go Starbucks.
3.54 (Nov 12, 2008 - 11:44 AM)
XP to Vista is a downgrade regardless of what MS tries to tell us.
3.54 (Nov 12, 2008 - 11:42 AM)
Like I said, can you feel the love here?