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    I was at one time a Microsoft MVP, which then...

    I was at one time a Microsoft MVP, which then transitioned to what is now Windows Insider MVP. One perk of that was a free TechNet subscription, now know as Visual Studio Enterprise. With that comes...
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    Clearing them out doesn't really do anything to...

    Clearing them out doesn't really do anything to the licenses. It un-link's them but nothing happens as far as them being stored on the activation server. At one time I was switching editions so often...
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    I really really liked Windows 2000. I used it at...

    I really really liked Windows 2000. I used it at home for many many years. It was actually pretty game friendly and way more reliable than Windows 95 or 98. IMHO anyway.
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    Microsoft have tried to port Windows for...

    Microsoft have tried to port Windows for different Chip architectures. Windows 10 on Arm and Windows 10 IoT. IMHO its a very big stretch calling IoT Windows. It bears little to no resemblance, I...
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    I use a Microsoft account, mainly to get access...

    I use a Microsoft account, mainly to get access to OneDrive. I have on several occasions logged in with a local account. I've not had any problems activating this way. Having it Linked does help but...
  6. Thread: COVID 19 vaccine experience by alphanumeric
    Forum: Chillout Room
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    I've only had my first shot, Pfizer. That...

    I've only had my first shot, Pfizer. That shoulder was sore for a day or two. Really sore the first night trying to sleep.
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    Double :ditto:

    Double :ditto:
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    Did the same. :thumbsup:

    Did the same. :thumbsup:
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    337592 They are already out there. :-)

    337592

    They are already out there. :-)
  10. Thread: The Raspberry Pi Thread [6] by alphanumeric
    Forum: Chillout Room
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    If you go here,...

    If you go here, https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/rp2040/getting-started/#board-specifications
    And go to the bottom of the page, there is a Resetting Flash memory download. Its a...
  11. Thread: The Raspberry Pi Thread [6] by alphanumeric
    Forum: Chillout Room
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    Just to confirm Explorer or Cash? I'll put the...

    Just to confirm Explorer or Cash? I'll put the Explorer by the front door either way. And cash if that's whet you'd rather have.
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    I think you'll find that the average Joe computer...

    I think you'll find that the average Joe computer user, just goes with the defaults and puts up with the nag screens etc. If they get really annoyed they Google how to make it stop. Most of the...
  13. Thread: The Raspberry Pi Thread [6] by alphanumeric
    Forum: Chillout Room
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    Ok, that works for me. If your sure your fine...

    Ok, that works for me. If your sure your fine with having two Explorer bases? I don't mind giving you cash if that's better for you. Anything I do on my Breakout Garden will run on the Explorer, so...
  14. Thread: The Raspberry Pi Thread [6] by alphanumeric
    Forum: Chillout Room
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    OK, I wasn't sure. Hang on to the RGB Keyboard,...

    OK, I wasn't sure. Hang on to the RGB Keyboard, you might actually find a god use for it. I have a bunch of other projects on the go I want to tackle first. If you actually decide you don't want it...
  15. Thread: The Raspberry Pi Thread [6] by alphanumeric
    Forum: Chillout Room
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    Jack, do you own an Pico Explorer Base? I ask...

    Jack, do you own an Pico Explorer Base? I ask because I have one that I don't really need anymore, that I would trade you for the RGB Keypad. If your interested. I'm thinking you would make better...
  16. Thread: The Raspberry Pi Thread [6] by alphanumeric
    Forum: Chillout Room
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    The keybow stuff would likely work. As far as I...

    The keybow stuff would likely work. As far as I know its just a less expensive version?
    keybow2040-circuitpython/hid-keys-simple.py at master . pimoroni/keybow2040-circuitpython . GitHub
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    Along those lines, Windows 98 Second Edition also...

    Along those lines, Windows 98 Second Edition also comes to mind.

    If they were going to be true to their word, and Windows 10 is to be the last version of "Windows"? The new release will not have...
  18. Thread: The Raspberry Pi Thread [6] by alphanumeric
    Forum: Chillout Room
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    It looks cool. Macro keypad would be what I think...

    It looks cool. Macro keypad would be what I think I would do with one.

    I haven't done much of anything the last couple of days. Just not in the right frame of mind. Starting to get the itch to...
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    I'm 63, I finally just gave up on the fix it for...

    I'm 63, I finally just gave up on the fix it for friends and family. It was just too frustrating and time consuming. I'd get it all setup and working and it wouldn't take long before it was messed up...
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    I won't ever be going the subscription route. For...

    I won't ever be going the subscription route. For Windows or Office. I'll just keep running Windows 10 and Office 2019 Pro.

    So does this mean on October 14th 2025, the list of "known Issues" will...
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    If it happens, I won't be going the subscription...

    If it happens, I won't be going the subscription route. For Windows or Office. I'll just keep running Windows 10 and Office 2019 Pro.

    So does this mean on October 14th 2025, the list of "known...
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    I take solace in the fact that I didn't have to...

    I take solace in the fact that I didn't have to pay for Windows or Office. :-)
    I still had to agree to the EULA to use them though, so I'm still subject to Microsoft's whim. :(
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    Removing it would stop them from accidentally on...

    Removing it would stop them from accidentally on purpose turning it back on "for you" in the next Windows Update. ;)
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    It's disabled. I'm just not impressed with...

    It's disabled. I'm just not impressed with Microsoft deciding what I want or don't want on my Taskbar. :mad:
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    :ditto: Microsoft = :devil2:

    :ditto:
    Microsoft = :devil2:
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