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ScottMGS

Member since: Sep 25th, 2007

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Wednesday giveaway: Comodo Internet Security Pro (Download Squad)

Mar 11th 2009 4:42PM That would definitely be a step up from AVG

The many faces of Windows 7 (Download Squad)

Feb 3rd 2009 4:46PM Sure, I *could* buy any of them but that would put a significant crimp in the ol' tight budget. I would go eeebuntu or EeePClinuxOS instead.

There are plenty of low-cost operating systems available but Windows Version 7 Starter Edition is the most expensive and least functional. Might as well call it "Windows Version 7 - The Return of Bob"

The many faces of Windows 7 (Download Squad)

Feb 3rd 2009 1:39PM That's disappointing. My Eee PC is more powerful than all but the last computer I bought. Why should I accept an operating system that makes a toy out of a perfectly good netbook?

Giveaway: OpenSUSE 11.0 box set with all the trimmings! (Download Squad)

Jun 20th 2008 12:29AM Free speech promotes the free exchange of ideas; a requirement for learning, growth, and improvement.

Software to help you speak dog language (Download Squad)

Jan 19th 2008 6:57PM Hmm... the original article says humans get 40%, not 3% right. My bad.

Software to help you speak dog language (Download Squad)

Jan 19th 2008 6:54PM So, if humans could only get 3% right and computers could only get 43% right, who was it who knew all the right answers to do the calculations? The dogs?

Spell checking text fields just became sleeker with "Spellify" (Download Squad)

Jan 3rd 2008 9:42AM Well, after all, spell checkers are supposed to be technical, eh? 'Sides, if I could get my website to aggravate those who type in 1337- and IM-speak that would just be a great bonus! ;-) (Oh, and smileys, too.)

Spell checking text fields just became sleeker with "Spellify" (Download Squad)

Jan 2nd 2008 12:50PM Uh, "u" and "r" are not valid words in English. "I", "a" and, sometimes "O" are valid, single-letter English words but "u" and "r" - definitely not.