So how does this compare to, say Notepad++, TextPad, or other similar replacements? Is it pretty much the same thing or different? How?
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You fellows are strange; why do you go to bed when it is almost high noon? Maybe you are situated the 'wrong' place? Move to Europe so I can buy you a beer (a genuine beer, that is: a pilsner!), and we can look at all the blondes and make sure they do have more fun...
Sleep tight!-Curt (May 06, 2007, 04:18 AM)
I have a question for you steeladept : what would be the best way to ensure all the generic drivers are installed and used ?
Thanks in advance !
A.-Armando (May 12, 2007, 12:50 PM)
Given that I backed up to DVD, though, I may not be a happy camper when I get her notebook back as it has been noted by Carol that restoring from DVD's with TrueImage is molasses slow. Unfortunately, I wiped the harddrive before I sent it in and reset it to a virgin XP install (I'm paranoid) so it's inevitable that I'm going to have to face this!-Darwin (May 03, 2007, 12:42 PM)
I'm not a business person, I don't have the apptitude for it, but my real fear about these things, which is completely absent in paul's article, is the role that having well-positioned contacts/friends plays, and the importance of being chummy with heavily networked people.-mouser (April 02, 2007, 04:39 AM)
I just tried this, and I have to say, its not the easiest thing to use. I wouldnt recommend it.-Josh (March 11, 2007, 01:31 PM)
- no, me neither. These "A" people are not pegagogic teachers; even their screenshots only made me wonder what CSS is all about. But of course, if you already know how to write CSS it may be a different story.-Curt (March 11, 2007, 06:13 PM)
Who needs hybrid... I would love a pure flash boot drive of 6 to 8 gb and a traditional drive for all the rest... why is it that small embedded PCs have had that for years and it's still not an option on any desktop machine or notebook?-iphigenie (March 09, 2007, 08:21 AM)
Thanks, mouser. I believe I understand your point to the letter, but I was thinking that if I bought this XP Pro upgrade disc, then maybe I could upgrade both the new XP Home and the old 2000 Pro at the same time, giving me an excellent backup media. The price for the complete XP Pro is still very high, so I was first considering the cheaper upgrading way.-Curt (March 08, 2007, 09:00 AM)
What program do you use to write Java?
I suggest you take a look at NetBeans. Makes your life a lot easier!-Ruffnekk (December 15, 2006, 03:34 PM)