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Linux Is a Lemon On the Retina MacBook Pro

denilson3 Re:Proof at last! (780 comments)

Windows 8 seems a lot quicker at this. Now if only metro wasnt such a disaster on the desktop.

more than 2 years ago
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Ask Slashdot: What's the Most Depressing Sci-fi You've Ever Read?

denilson3 Re:The Road (1365 comments)

Just finished The Road. I don't have kids, so War Day still holds the title for me. Having read War Day also makes the Road seem less grounded in reality.

more than 2 years ago
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Ask Slashdot: What's the Most Depressing Sci-fi You've Ever Read?

denilson3 Re:The Road (1365 comments)

War Day and A Canticle for Leibowitz for me. I have The Road waiting on my shelf. Just moved up the queque thanks to these comments.

more than 2 years ago
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Mozilla Releases Firefox 4 Beta For Android, Maemo

denilson3 Re:Not impressed (128 comments)

mistake to call this a beta and slap firefox brand on it so soon. this is pure crap still, pre-alpha stuff at least on my droid.

more than 4 years ago
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Vista Upgrades Require Presence of Old OS

denilson3 reality (561 comments)

According to:

http://www.winsupersite.com/reviews/winvista_03.as p/

"How you acquire Windows Vista play a large part in any decision about how you will actually install the operating system. At a high level, you have the following basic choices:

Clean install. With this method, you boot the PC from the Windows Vista install DVD, run interactive Setup, format the PC's hard drive, and install Windows Vista as the only OS. This is probably the rarest way to get Vista on a PC. You can use a "Full" or "Upgrade" retail version of Windows Vista to perform a clean install, though you will need "qualifying media"--typically a Windows XP or 2000 CD that proves you qualify for the Upgrade version."

more than 7 years ago

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