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frob23 02-15-2005 06:18 AM

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Originally posted by x-32b
there is a 0% chance of its removavle
the object based os needs it.
sorry i cant go intomore detail

I'm afraid you are going to have to go into more detail. Even if you were a drone of Microsoft, I would assume you would know what your commander in chief was saying about the future of the Operating system. But you aren't. That is very clear, you are playing at being more then you are and doing a poor job at it.

Just fess up, admit you jumped the gun... and get on with your life. Or... show me (by going into detail and providing documented specifics) that I am wrong.

x-32b 02-15-2005 06:18 AM

think the delay in the winfs is so they have time to put in the virus, Trojan, worm and spyware folder which will probably be renamed to something like Microsoft extra’s
itsactuly called valueadd just kidding it just has fonts and 2 at that

scuzzman 02-15-2005 06:20 AM

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Originally posted by x-32b
think the delay in the winfs is so they have time to put in the virus, Trojan, worm and spyware folder which will probably be renamed to something like Microsoft extra’s
itsactuly called valueadd just kidding it just has fonts and 2 at that

And about the FS?

frob23 02-15-2005 06:22 AM

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Originally posted by x-32b
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frob23
Okay, you won't take my word for it. How about Mr. Bill Gates'?
humm your thinking of something completly different under the same name
im talking abou......sorry

What the heck are you talking about? Please, coherence is treasured in text communications. Try and maintain some level of it.

Now, can you explain what you were trying to say here in response to my post?

x-32b 02-15-2005 06:23 AM

I'm afraid you are going to have to go into more detail. Even if you were a drone of Microsoft, I would assume you would know what your commander in chief was saying about the future of the Operating system. But you aren't. That is very clear, you are playing at being more then you are and doing a poor job at it.

The only thing i will repet is
"longhorn is just a stepping stone to a virtural reality os"
dont get fraked out just a 3d os like in the movies
thats where windows is going ok
i cant go into any details

"drone of Microsoft" thanks im flattered i preafer the term beta tester if you dont mind

i can give a link to more 4074 pics if you want

x-32b 02-15-2005 06:24 AM

What the heck are you talking about? Please, coherence is treasured in text communications. Try and maintain some level of it.

basicly your mixed up ok
computer\games is awalys going to be there
your thinking abuut the fullon filing system

Marius2 02-15-2005 06:25 AM

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Originally posted by x-32b

[...]
The whole Documents, Games, Music etc. all relies upon WinFS, so it won't be in RTM. It's just grouping WinFS meta tags. When WinFS is off (like I have it) the links serve no use, and are easily removed in the registry (still the stupidist part of Windows).

Actually, the registry is one of the few things which *do* make sense under windows (yes, storing all configuration data in one central place known to each and everyone is a good idea. If only it was text based, not binary. MS f***s up even the unf***able.

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CRASHING is realy not annoying in longhorn 1 sec stall
it never did it when i was using it i had to invoke one
but even if it does youll never know it crashes unless you clickon the icon
crashing will be a thing of the past
you will never see another 3 has caused an error in 3.dll
you see a 1 sec stall

Linux has been that stable for years. So at least here MS is making some progress. Who knows, maybe one day we'll even see a notepad.exe that can read character<10> linefeed text files?

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its stable on 128mb 500mhz p4

I think that is one of the many things you're confusing. What system was it actually? A 500MHz (notebook?) PII (unlikely) or a 2500MHz P4? Oh yes, 1280MB ram, right?

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and yeh i was talken about that old mac os im faily sure it uses fat 32

No it doesn't. Fat32 can't even handle symbolic links, which are vital to any *NIX.

x-32b 02-15-2005 06:30 AM

that is one of the many things you're confusing. What system was it actually? A 500MHz (notebook?) PII (unlikely) or a 2500MHz P4? Oh yes, 1280MB ram, right?


look its adell optiplex
System Information report written at: 15/02/2005 12:26:17
[System Summary]

Item Value
OS Name Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
Version 5.0.2195 Service Pack 4 Build 2195
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
System Name AIT326
System Manufacturer Dell Computer Corporation
System Model OptiPlex GX1 500L+
System Type X86-based PC
Processor x86 Family 6 Model 7 Stepping 3 GenuineIntel ~498 Mhz
BIOS Version Phoenix ROM BIOS PLUS Version 1.10 A07
Windows Directory C:\WINNT
System Directory C:\WINNT\system32
Boot Device Not Available
Locale United States
User Name AIT326\itu
Time Zone GMT Standard Time
Total Physical Memory 130,616 KB
Available Physical Memory 9,296 KB
Total Virtual Memory 441,068 KB
Available Virtual Memory 171,248 KB
Page File Space 310,452 KB
Page File C:\pagefile.sys

Marius2 02-15-2005 06:37 AM

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Originally posted by x-32b

look its adell optiplex
System Information report written at: 15/02/2005 12:26:17
[System Summary]

Item Value
Processor x86 Family 6 Model 7 Stepping 3 GenuineIntel ~498 Mhz

That is a Pentium III. "Facts" doesn't exactly seem to be your field of expertise, does it?

x-32b 02-15-2005 06:38 AM

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http://www.freeimagehome.com/images/...oadmanager.jpg

http://www.freeimagehome.com/images/...gerdesktop.jpg

x-32b 02-15-2005 06:39 AM

That is a Pentium III. "Facts" doesn't exactly seem to be your field of expertise, does it?

potato potateo
p3 p4
who cares im an amd 64 man mysely

frob23 02-15-2005 06:43 AM

LOL, how old are you kid?

You big bad beta tester you... ;)

When you grow up enough to handle big bad scary facts... come back. Until then, welcome to my very short ignore list. I think you make person #3. Cherish that number... it belongs only to you... you are part of my elite ignore list beta testers.

x-32b 02-15-2005 06:47 AM

im 6
check my ip
Athlone Institute of Technology Online
AL024
National Diploma in Engineering (Mechatronics)
DURATION MODE APPLICATION TO POINTS 2003
Median Final
3 Years Full-time CAO 265 100


Overview
Mechatronics is defined as the integration of manufacturing engineering with electronics and computer control.

An increasing number of modern products and processes rely on the interaction of complex mechanical, electronic and computer components. Industrial robots, cash dispensing machines and intricate healthcare devices incorporate all of these technologies. The efficient design, manufacture and maintenance of these systems demands the contribution of technicians and engineers with a broad range of skills in mechanical, electronic and computer engineering.

This course has been developed in direct response to industrial demand for technicians with multi-disciplinary skills. This full-time, three year course offers students the unique opportunity of becoming trained technicians in this rapidly developing field.

Graduates of this course will be capable of integrating the disciplines of mechanical, electronic and computer engineering. An emphasis on teamwork and a broad technical ability makes the graduate invaluable as a link between professionals with diverse engineering skills.

Minimum Entry Requirements
Grade D3 at ordinary level in five subjects in the Leaving Certificate examination. Two of these subjects must be Mathematics and a language (English or Irish).

Course Subjects
Year 1

Mathematics & Computing I, Mechanics, Engineering Science, Electronics I, Engineering Drawing and CAD, Mechatronics Practice I, Complementary Studies and Industrial Administration

Year 2

Mathematics & Computing II, Engineering Materials & Mechanics, Electronics II, Control Technology, Electrotechnology, Mechatronics Practice II, Manufacturing Systems & Quality Assurance

Year 3

Mathematics & Computing III, Industrial Control Systems, Mechanics & System Design, Computer Technology, Communications and Computer Networks, Manufacturing Systems & Management, Project

Projects/Practicals
Most subjects incorporate practical elements in which the student will develop hands on experience of areas including robotics, electronics assembly, computer aided design, mechanics workshop, microprocessors, hydraulics, pneumatics and electrical machines. To develop teamwork-skills groups of students will undertake short mechatronics projects structured within a realistic project management framework. In the final year, students will individually undertake a project incorporating the design and construction of a complete mechatronic system.

Progression
Graduates of this programme are eligible to apply to join the one-year, add-on Bachelor of Technology (Integrated Manufacturing Systems) programme at the Institute.

Career Opportunities
Mechatronics technicians can expect to find employment with companies in the electronic, mechatronic and healthcare industries.

im doing this part time
see im a realy smart 6 year old
ok realy im 26

Marius2 02-15-2005 06:54 AM

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Originally posted by x-32b

ok realy im 26

I'd say it's really about high time to do something about your spelling and grammar, then. If you mastered that you may try to learn about facts.

harken 02-15-2005 07:07 AM

Marius2, you read my thoughts.
Yet:
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Minimum Entry Requirements
Grade D3 at ordinary level in five subjects in the Leaving Certificate examination. Two of these subjects must be Mathematics and a language (English or Irish).
Are you sure you passed the English test? Or have you chosen Irish?

Boy, I read the thread only once and it made my head spin.
Actually, what's the point of this whole thread? Ok, it's another guy who tries to convince the Linux users that Window$ is better. There have been many others before him and didn't succeed.
There would be nice for these boards to have some sort of "Ignore" button next to the reply one.


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