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Hi, my name is Janet, I haven't been smoking long, doctor prescribed pot to alleviate some of my neurosis that I inauspiciously acquired after trying Jdate just once.
Agreed, what do you think they gained by installing such software? Hopefully this ordeal has taught Lenovo some kind of lesson that consumers don't want this and will not tolerate such things, that is when they find out. I've always had at least two laptops around, an Apple and a Lenovo. I still have my X61T, looks and runs like the day I bought it, I even still use it for testing out software, right now it's running just Chromium OS, makes a better ChromeBook than most...
Than just don't use it or wait for YouTube to bring out a subscription version or do you expect the service not to include ads and continue without a viable revenue stream to keep it running. That being said, you do know that browser extensions like; Adblock Plus, TubeStop, and AdThwart exist don't you. You can also get an education version of the Chromebook for your child, they contain no ads (with no way to re-enable them as the option has been removed)) which is a bit...
Quote: I wouldn't call Lenovo Computers POS as personally I think they make the best Windows based Laptops on the market but this Spyware crap is defiantly worrying to say the least. I know their ThinkPad line doesn't have this problem as there is hardly anything installed, it's one of the most vanilla installations of Windows I have ever seen. I always reinstall Windows anyway as I like to use multiple OS's. My new ThinkPad Yoga for instance has Solaris, Android x86...
This is one of my biggest pet peeves with iOS, if I install say, the OneDrive client, like with Android I expect to be able to save directly to it from any app installed on the system. No, instead the app has to specifically programmed to support each of the individual cloud services. This is also a problem with the share function, each app has to be individually programmed to allow communication between other apps instead of just reading what apps are already installed...
I have and I'm not impressed, their simply not worth the price they command. My portable headphone needs are met extremely well with the Bowers and Wilkins P5's and P7's, as well as a pair of C5's for when I need something ultra-portable. The Beats just don't compare to both the audio and build quality. Home use, again it's either the B&O P7's or still my favorite headphones of all time, the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO, simply stunning sound for the price, not to mention that...
The Swiss Franc is still one of most traded currencies on Forex because of it's high price stability and low inflation rates. The Swiss frank is one of the most solid currencies in the world to invest in. Where as the US dollar would probably be one of the last currencies I would personally invest in, unless I was a day trader and could watch the market closely, in terms of long term investments though, I wouldn't do it.
I find the exact opposite to be true when using my touchscreen laptop, ThinkPad Yogo S240, 12.5", i7, 16GB, 512GB SSD. I wanted a computer that I could disable the EFI and use with Solaris. It also has a Wacom Stylus that is increasingly becoming the most useful feature on it. In fact I'm so hooked on touch enabled devices that I'm done buying laptops that don't have it. Since the ThinkPad Yoga also runs OSX like it was specifically designed for it I have permanently...
My husband is a real B&O person so most of our audio components are from them, including our lighting and other home automation toys. Though I agree the BeoPlay 9 is a force to be reckon with I found the A2's to be fairly week when comparing them with other speakers for less money. Since the A2 was a Christmas gift and not a purchase from me I do like owning one, great battery and design but I would recommend the Bowers & Wilkins T7, smaller, better sound, especially in...
On a side note, have you guys played around with some of the new Linux distros that were recently released. The two I had n mind are Antergos, which is based off of my favorite distro of all time, Arch Linux. Then there is Deepen, though based off of my least favorite Ubuntu it's still a wonderful little distro, resembling nothing it's cousins. Both are very elegant looking, loaded with useful software out of box and are extremely fast. Antergos, and I kid you not, starts...
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