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  • revelated
    Apr 13, 11:31 PM
    Why would they do that? Support for Exchange 2003 is going away. Microsoft gave a roadmap 5 years ago which showed companies when to start planning Exchange upgrades.

    Here's the deal. Exchange is one of those Microsoft products that they made too damn well. To the point there really isn't a value to upgrading. If anything it's harmful to do so as they started removing critical features such as journaling. Then you talk about the thousands and thousands of dollars to invest to make such a change only to kill off valuable features, and I don't blame companies for not rushing to get off of it. Same deal with Windows 7 - some companies are doing it, but most aren't, because there isn't a compelling enough reason to spend that money, especially not in large enterprises.

    Microsoft knows that. That's why the Windows version of Office 2010 fully supports Exchange 2003. Don't sit here and try to defend them - there IS NO defense. They gutted the Mac version for one reason - they don't want Mac users to have a version of Office that is similar or superior to what Windows users have. Why would they?

    Anyone who seriously believes the fairy tale about dropping support for Exchange I ask you - why then does Microsoft support it still in 2010 Office and always have? Betcha don't have a valid answer, but I do. Microsoft knows the game and how to play it.




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  • nihilisticmonk
    Sep 19, 04:49 PM
    Yes you can.

    I installed XP on a new HDD with only one large partition (NTFS) without the 200mb EFI partition from OS X. I didn't use Bootcamp at all.

    So far, everything's working fine and I can boot between OS X and XP with no problems.

    That's really interesting! You just held "c" at boot to load up the XP CD?

    I'm guessing you still needed to use a "slipstreamed" XP SP2 CD with the SATA drivers installed so it doesn't run in dog slow PIO mode

    Where the hell did you find chipset drivers, graphics card drivers, sound card drivers etc? :confused:




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  • Spanky Deluxe
    Oct 26, 10:29 AM
    How long is the line?

    10? 20? 50?

    Well, I'm not very good at guessing numbers but it goes all the way around the corner now. :) We had one rather arsey guy who tried to queue jump to the front of the queue but the security swiftly dealed with him at which point he screamed that we were all sad loser geeks. :rolleyes:




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  • Digital Skunk
    Mar 1, 07:15 AM
    From the talks I've had with people from the Apple Professional Services group Apple feels that real world use of OS X server is very limited. Most of their work is integrating Active Directory with Open Directory. They see most of their customers using OS X Server as the authentication, group policy, and file servers for the mac units in their customer's businesses.

    I would have to agree with that assessment. It's pretty much the task I am trying to set up at the university I work in . . . . if they would only give me the resources to do so.

    I don't think there's too much heavy lifting and heavy customization going on with OSX Server in the SoHo, SMB, and enterprise sector.



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  • emvath
    Apr 14, 01:38 PM
    Booo! He worked for Microsoft, that means he knows nothing and that all of Microsofts "problems" will now surface on Apple devices. Unclean! UNCLEAN!!




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  • wlh99
    Apr 17, 11:57 AM
    This seems to be the fastest way to get going:
    http://www.sqlite.org/quickstart.html

    sqlite3 is installed on OS/X, so you can skip the downloading and setup. Once you understand SQL commands and can make sqlite3 work you can move to a larger client/server SQL if you need to.



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  • DakotaGuy
    Apr 8, 09:43 AM
    They are not looking to cut funding for PP, they are looking to eliminate funding.

    This is all a circle jerk. They are arguing over less than 1% of the budget. We are 6 months into the budget year already. Can you imagine what the 2012 budget negotiations will be like?

    Oh I didn't realize they wanted to eliminate funding, I thought it was just an argument over reducing it.

    I agree they can't seem to make 1% cuts how in the world are they going to make the cuts we really need? We have a spending problem, but I also think we have a revenue problem. Spending needs to be cut and taxes need to go up until we have a situation where $1 in taxes = $1 in spending. If that was the case things would look MUCH different, but we would be in much better shape for the long term future.




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  • kdarling
    Oct 6, 11:22 AM
    I can see at least one good reason to have another model of some form:

    As an excuse to do a model release halfway during the year.

    Currently during the Jan-Jun period, iPhone buyers can only choose from a single model that's six to eleven months "old", with a fairly static price.

    Compare that to say, Android buyers, who always seem to have a choice of getting the latest and greatest if they want, or even buy an older model with a possibly nice discount.

    Last year, Android ate iPhone sales during the above period. No doubt it will happen again this Winter and Spring. That's a LONG time to be number two (or three) in sales each year. A second iPhone model could change that.

    I'm not saying I think they will do this, but it makes sales sense.



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  • Kar98
    Apr 25, 01:52 PM
    Durrr, Macbook Air customers received a USB drive so they wouldn't be forced to get the "optional" optical drive.

    /got all my install media for OS X and Win 7 on bootable USB drives




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  • davidjearly
    Dec 21, 05:44 AM
    Well you're a cheery lad. I thought it's all been pretty funny.

    I'm perfectly cheery thanks - just don't have any time for this. Either way, I don't think Cowell and Co will be bothered much. Both artists sell records for Sony.



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  • alent1234
    Dec 28, 09:29 AM
    you can still buy the phone in a store in NYC

    AT&T has the worst marketing/PR ever. people complain about Apple, but at least every someone speaks from Apple they are on the right message




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  • cfitz7111
    Mar 25, 01:18 AM
    Does anyone know if Target is price matching or is expected to be following suit with their own reduced prices? I have a hefty credit with Target that I would very much enjoy using on purchasing the original ipad at the new verizon price.

    I dont think so. Working at Target the policy is that it has to be a print ad, and not a copy of an internet sale. Below is the policy from the website.

    "If you find an item in a competitor's printed ad that is priced lower than it is at your Target store, we will match the price. The competitor's ad must be local and current, and the product must be the identical item, brand name, quantity and model number. Target.com is excluded from our price matching policy. Competitor catalogs can also be ad matched as long as the catalog displays a valid date and meets all other qualifications."

    "Please show us the entire printed advertisement. Photos, photocopies, or mobile phone versions of the ad cannot be accepted as verification of competitive pricing."

    Believe me I wish they would, with my normal 10% discount and an additional 5% for using the Target Debit card, I would be one happy camper.



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  • tigress666
    Feb 4, 11:36 AM
    I have only had 1 issue on OTA map pulling with Map Quest. I once took a different way then suggested and caused the unit to re-rout me automatically. However, at that moment I didn't have service (Thanks AT&T, I was in NYC...) so the app prompted saying "re-routing not available at this time" and then 1 minute later it re-rerouted me when I got service. Not bad. It does everything I want it to. The only thing I wish it had was traffic updates. I have no idea why anyone charges for this. We should get it free with our data packages...


    And this is the point why it is ridiculous to pay 40 dollars for an app that if you take the wrong turn or decide to do a small deviation that you're left with no directions if you happen to be out of service.

    Why would I pay 40 dollars for an app that won't be flexible when I'm out traveling when I could pay 40 dollars (or less really, last I checked Navigon was 35 for all of the US) for an application I can use anywhere and if I decide to deviate or some how go off track, it has no issue with that? And I can get an app that does the same thing as Garmin for *free* (mapquest). Any advantage Garmin has over Mapquest certainly isn't worth 40 dollars.

    Yeah, Garmin might be useful if you only use it in the city. But you know what, my main reason for wanting a GPS app was for driving outside of the city and going on road trips. Sure I use it more often within the city cause that is where I go more and I happen to have it so I use it. But the biggest reason I wanted it was going places I'm not as familiar with (I'm mostly familiar with the city, it's when I leave the area I am familiar with it, I need it the most. Which is going outside the city). In my area, there are plenty of areas (like Mount Rainier) where you just aren't going to get cellphone coverage, period. Not just a small lapse, just isn't there (and no, now that Verizon has the phone, you still aren't going to get coverage in the areas like Mount Rainier, there isn't cellphone coverage period. I'm just using that as one example btw).

    Garmin made a huge mistake in that choice of how to do things.




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  • baryon
    Apr 5, 01:17 PM
    I always question the sanity of people who use laptops this way.

    I never use the physical click as it requires an extra finger, and it sounds extremely loud. The only time I press it is for dragging, as Apple's lame implementation of Drag Lock gives you an annoying delay each time you do a single click, while it waits to see if you're going to drag or not. But of course you need two hands for that, as if you use a single hand your finger movement will be greatly restricted, making you have to repeat the movement many times. This is what I miss with a mouse: you could simply drag and drop with ease, using a single hand.

    Also, everyone seems to say that the entire trackpad is the button, which clearly isn't the case: you can't press it at the top, for example, as that is where the hinge is. If I could physically click, i.e. press down on the trackpad anywhere (not just the bottom half), and perform a drag with a single finger pressing down on the button and moving the cursor at the same time, that would be great. I wonder why Apple didn't do that.



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  • twoodcc
    Apr 22, 06:09 AM
    thats what i was thinking about the mac pro, load one up with 4 gfx cards, or a hackintosh running osx, windows on bootcamp using the extra gfx cores and the main F@H on the OSx side with the cpu,

    remember though, you can't use the gpu's in OS X, only in windows right now. so the only way to use both gpu and cpu at the same time is in windows, unless you are good in linux, i've heard people getting it to work




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  • robeddie
    Apr 21, 10:25 AM
    Apple never said they removed the BL KB because it is a luxury feature. In fact, none of us knows why Apple removed it.

    You right. But that's a very common theory here on these threads. I use that analogy to suggest how ridiculous that would be if Apple really did remove it to 'differentiate' the product lines.



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  • robogobo
    Apr 19, 02:57 PM
    64GB would be enough reason to get a white one if that's how they're going to market it.




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  • PeterQVenkman
    Apr 19, 09:51 AM
    It looks neat. It makes me wonder how well that new color is going to show dust and dirt getting stuck in the seams and crevices.




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  • el-John-o
    Nov 30, 07:55 AM
    No spy chips, thank you.

    http://spychips.com

    I saw that website, and laughed.

    "Wal-Mart is embedding RFID's In clothing ZOMG1984"

    Those RFIDs are not secret government alien probes, they are made by sensormatic, are destroyed at point of sale (those demagnatizers, the bzzh sound is the RFID being scrambled), and only used if you walk out the door with something unpaid. Even then, it's not a GPS mega sensor that's tracking your every move, it just reacts with the sensors at the door to set off an alarm.




    Peacemaker
    Apr 23, 07:11 AM
    I think most people that show hatred to sandy bridge CPU are owners of late 2010 MBA. Bias imo.




    Dont Hurt Me
    Oct 10, 07:36 AM
    I doubt very much Macbook is getting updates at the same time Pro Models do. Thats not how Apple operates. First the pro models will be updated then that tech will show up months later in Macbook with some crippling like in the Gpu.




    lostngone
    Apr 14, 06:31 PM
    There goes the neighborhood...

    Ok, so now we need a Fail-Whale equivalent because I see the Apple cloud going down a lot.




    kupua
    Jan 4, 09:41 PM
    Wow, all the critical reviews to pay or not to pay, pre installed or dl on the fly. As I see it, both have draw backs as mentioned, but my general pref, is that it should dl at least your surrounding area. So Garmin (39.99), Tom Tom (39.99), Navigon (44.99), Google (free), Motion X ($2.99) etc. for US major apps.

    And yet not one sole mentions Map Quest 4 Mobile (free), dl on the fly and I have never had an outage issue.

    I do prefer a stand alone gps though. Therefore I don't see spending more for a secondary gps/backup on my mobile.

    And for what its worth, currently using a Garmin 265WT, with traffic. I do have some slant toward Garmin as I use a eTrex Vista. On the iPhone I have all the bold apps. I prefer the Map Quest of all the boldfaced ones.

    Changing gears on subject, GPS IIF, SV-1 launched end of May 2010 and SV-2 soon, accuracy will only get better!




    MacBoobsPro
    Nov 11, 05:59 AM
    Wow they are actually painful to watch!



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