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    FB is tough enough for B2C, even with a...

    FB is tough enough for B2C, even with a social-oriented business. I can't see it working at all for B2B. LinkedIn might work for B2B, depending on what you're trying to achieve.
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    Good LAN Sticky Over the years, I've also used...

    Good LAN Sticky

    Over the years, I've also used the Xhorn sticky others have recommended--very good. Fyi for those with a LAN need:

    For some reason, when I tried Xhorn again last October, I...
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    As others said, this is not simple, you need an...

    As others said, this is not simple, you need an ecommerce site. The main components are a shopping cart where you display the products to potential customers, and the whole payments processing...
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    Not too clear what's going on here--eg is the...

    Not too clear what's going on here--eg is the final output daledo is looking for a revised web page, or a new Word doc, or something else?

    If you need unusual formatting like checkboxes and such...
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    There are at least two ways I've heard of to do...

    There are at least two ways I've heard of to do that in Win 8 or later. One is "Windows To Go", mentioned earlier, which works with enterprise Win, while another which is claimed to work for any PC...
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    Shouldn't you add OS/2, Linux, OS 1-9, OS X to...

    Shouldn't you add OS/2, Linux, OS 1-9, OS X to that list--or do you think one of those hasn't been a comparable failure? Apple's stuff has improved since they dumped their old OS and hardware, so OS...
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    What would the ads be for? There is no "it" to...

    What would the ads be for? There is no "it" to advertise.

    Man, I don't believe it. I decided to go count how many distros there are now [to refine my 50-100 figure posted earlier]. Wiki currently...
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    Afaik, OS X is Unix-based, same as Linux [via GNU...

    Afaik, OS X is Unix-based, same as Linux [via GNU iirc].

    I didn't know Apple had opened their OS to the world, sounds most unlike their practices in everything else.

    Mature? Surely not for...
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    You should start your thread in the...

    You should start your thread in the Non-Microsoft-OSes forum. Just click on the Post New Thread button.

    As others have said, you shouldn't start with CentOS, it's a business-level OS afaik. The...
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    FYI, "sandboxing" is a way to do this with...

    FYI, "sandboxing" is a way to do this with Windows--and maybe any OS. Not necessarily better than Linux for that, just fwiw.

    Probably not going to happen for a long time, assuming you mean desktop...
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    I think "subscribers" would be more accurate than...

    I think "subscribers" would be more accurate than "defenders", the issue most have is with the newsletter doing what it says on the tin.

    Personally I agree with a recent post which said that...
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    They state Win10 will be a free upgrade for a...

    They state Win10 will be a free upgrade for a year for Win7 and up.

    See the Win10 forum here for links & details.
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    "...will I really see a performance...

    "...will I really see a performance difference..."

    As others said, the answer to your question is that it depends almost totally on what you will be using the new computer for. If it's a desktop,...
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    Yep, I imagine RG was referring to the cascading...

    Yep, I imagine RG was referring to the cascading price drops after the next gen launches. That's almost always the sweet spot to shop in.

    I built a new desktop a couple of months ago, so based on...
  15. dc69, in my Outlook 2010 days, I used to have...

    dc69, in my Outlook 2010 days, I used to have about half a dozen Gmail accounts [plus a couple of other non-Gmail accounts] coming into the one Outlook inbox. I had it setup for all Gmail email to be...
  16. Because of what Macropod explained, my practice...

    Because of what Macropod explained, my practice is similar to Tripper. I copy bits into a scratch pad in my text editor, and print from there when I'm ready.

    Tarren, your desire makes complete...
  17. That's not what the OP said. He wants the default...

    That's not what the OP said. He wants the default for printing set to "Current page", so erroneous clicks don't launch 200-page print jobs. It's happened to all of us, I imagine.
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    If the QAT I mentioned above doesn't solve...

    If the QAT I mentioned above doesn't solve clutter, do you know you can get rid of any tabs you don't want on the ribbon? R-click any tab name and select Customize ribbon, then untick the boxes on...
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    I haven't read the rest of the thread yet, so in...

    I haven't read the rest of the thread yet, so in case this doesn't get a later response:You shouldn't need the half day or removal exercise, assuming you know the features you use a lot. Each Office...
  20. I agree with Drowni, for agreeing with Mick. I...

    I agree with Drowni, for agreeing with Mick.

    I use Unchecky. What it does is reduce the chance you'll miss one thru human error rather than inattention. You certainly still got to watch the...
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    I second all that. About the wireless v wired...

    I second all that. About the wireless v wired comparison:

    Wireless Mouse advantages
    No cord. Maybe best for laptop if you travel with it.

    Wired Mouse advantages
    No messing with batteries;...
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    I recommend buying rechargeable batteries or...

    I recommend buying rechargeable batteries or rechargeable battery packs. I use Eneloop batteries with a suitable charger, it's been years since I bought batteries for anything around the house....
  23. Yes, that's how most [all?] local email clients...

    Yes, that's how most [all?] local email clients work. The problem being discussed here is webmail--ie no local client like Thunderbird installed.
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    That's fair enough Rick, but doesn't work for me....

    That's fair enough Rick, but doesn't work for me. The track record of Foxit for some years has been "The exact nature of these unwanted components is changed regularly." I'm not prepared to babysit a...
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    For the OP, imo you're looking at the two worst...

    For the OP, imo you're looking at the two worst PDF reader choices. Of the two, I would pick Foxit every time over Adobe--but I advise you to avoid both.

    Adobe has been a bad choice for well over...
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