When I use multiple monitors I drag the top bar to the monitor I'll need it (using the Displays preference pane) in depending on the type of work I'll be doing. I rarely if ever "need" the top bar on both as the extra monitor...
Originally Posted by airnerd
I was thinking the same thing. The new 787 has a very similar process, might even be exactly the same. Not sure so I won't speak in absolutes, but this sounds very similar to what Boeing has been...
While it would be nice to see WebOS get a chance to mature, I don't think any company could make it work. Sure, it's a nice OS but it really needs a stable ecosystem to accompany it and provide developers encouragement to develop for it....
Originally Posted by tjwal
I'd take an ACER over a Dell anytime.
That's like saying that you'd rather have your balls pounded flat with a wooden circus mallet than dragged across a cheese grater.
Originally Posted by bairhanz
Alright, besides the obvious pro of paying less money, what would be the pro/cons of getting a refurbed 15" 2.66ghz MBP vs the latest 15" with a 2.2ghz?
I was thinking this as the...
Originally Posted by _ alliance _
Most people will see there's a new version of something and since it's the newest, latest, and greatest will upgrade based on that alone.
How does this explain the collection of old software he...
Originally Posted by lamewing
I reclaimed my office from our last exchange student as of last month. That came at a cost: I have been banished from my wife's Mac Mini to my old gaming PC running Windows 7 Ultimate (comp sci...