Tin foil hat time: I wonder if they deliberately reduce server capacity at the start of sales to try to evoke some sort of hype.
I still have 1803 and my last restart-worthy update was yesterday *shrug*
Next Brexit secretary?
I guess the good thing about these streaming services (from a consumer pov) is that they'll live or die on whether they're actually any good in...
Tempted to order that and then complain that my new PC doesn't switch on: "What do you mean it's just a case??"
Would give a virtual pact of LDem/Lab/Grn/SNP/PC a majority vs. Brex/Con too.
Comparing with this:...
The green cabling and the routing of them alongside the walnut is lovely. Gives a really organic look, like vines.
"...All we have to do is find an iceberg that is acceptable to all sides. Do we want a small blunt one or a big sharp one?"
Arrow keys anyone? :worried:
Let's not fall into the trap of believing that the European Elections being defined as a pro-brexit result by virtue of the Brexit Party's result...
I'm surprised this isn't a thing already. Google online services are ad funded and this seems to apply to them. If you access the same service...
Pleasingly open, as one would hope.
I still have a load of Energizer Lithium AA and AAAs I got for similar money at a Co-Op which was closing down. No idea why they had them in the...
I'd agree with this, and the same is true with most motherboard software and other hardware tweaking software.
Many people don't use it all that...
This is like bit-tech's version of Stephen Fry live tweeting being stuck in a lift. Any updates?
"You can have any RGB you want, as long as it's 63,40,86."
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