must have Ms equiptment.

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  1. bigc73542

    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

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    here is a new must have piece of microsoft equiptment. ;)
     

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    :D :D :D All too true -- I can think of lots of times, clear back to DOS days, when the rest of the keyboard was just "extra weight". ;)
     
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    ROTF ... :D :D :D
     
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    That brings back a few happy memories :) but I would much prefer the latest version of Office2000...
     
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    Has it been tested on linux ?

    :D
     
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    I've got one of those Bigc.......I use it about every ten minutes or so.....don't know what I'd do without it......it's about the best thing M$ ever produced.

    Cochise, :cool: (C.A.D Fan-Club Member)
     
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    I understand that the newest version comes with a usb 2.0 connector. ;)
     
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    Cochise A missed friend

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    A WHAT?.....A USB 2.0 Connector....your kidding...right?......these giant leaps in Computer development are more than I can keep up with......I hear one of those 'Mouse' things, whatever that is, is a must now.....is there no end to the stuff one needs nowadays....

    Cochise, :cool:
     
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    I just saw a sneak preview of the Longhorn version. It is a foot pedal that leaves your hands free for drinking coffee.

    - HandsOff
     
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    We should get some kind of low-tech support group going, Cochise. I'm still trying to figure out a way to "network" tin cans and string -- I've heard that the only possible viruses etc. you can pick up that way are of the flu variety. ;)

    Almost there, too ... but so far, hi-res graphics (or any graphics, for that matter) have me stumped. And audio isn't exactly MP3 quality. :D
     
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    This, I take it, would be the brake pedal for making your 4-6 GHz processor run as fast as a doorstop... :D
     
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    But of course -- you wouldn't want to spill the coffee. :D :D
     
  13. Cochise

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    All this Deep Techy Jargon is giving me a headache now, whatever happened to the good old Comb and Paper.....

    Hey Mike, I remember the tins and string technology....I used to talk to a Friend of mine who lived across the road from me with 'em....but after I got pulled through my bedroom window into the street below by passing Buses a couple of times I gave 'em up.... Aaaahhhh! the uncomplicated old days...

    Cochise, :cool:
     
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    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

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    That is true life did used to be simpler. :doubt:
     
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