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Computers / dual boot
« Last post by gannite6364 on 21 August 2017, 16:21:59 »
My laptop was set as a dual boot Windows10 and ubuntu 16.04. I downloaded a Windows update and installed it. Now it only has Windows10, it seems as though Windows update has uninstalled ubuntu. Does this seem likely?.
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Chit-Chat / Car crash
« Last post by fudgietheoriginal on 21 August 2017, 16:05:59 »
I saw this yesterday and took a pic. :-\
No one was hurt and the garden is expected to make a full recovery. ;D
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Chit-Chat / Re: What do you say to someone when......
« Last post by Roco on 19 August 2017, 22:27:35 »
@ The original Fudgie ,  thanks , any advice I give is strictly my own experience of life and not medically approved , if any one has medical/mental problems go visit your Doc , ask my advise you could end up  sectioned , just been reading G.P's average 80k p.a. but  LTR tube drivers get around 70k p.a. , I should have studied harder at school  and stopped  dreaming and looking out of the window ,  ::) and could have been  saying" mind the doors " or nurse after this Op what you doing later ,  ;)

I used to think I should have studied harder and stopped dreaming at school. (don't think so, my spelling is carp)
Maybe I could have been a doctor but it's hard enough without the PC birgade and the civil laws these days.
Once upon a time being a Doctor acually stood for something and the community trusted them, not anymore. Everything they do is second guessed by patients now because they have an internet connection. lol:1
Lol without spell check , my posts could read as Chinese mandarin ,
computer stuff , for me spell check even beats  Google Earth 
in my original heard but not fluent example =
the approaching  Red bus , I still after all  my years would say the Bus of Red  , it makes friends smile ,  for me the bus is important , as we have 2 options Red or Silver
both use different routes to the same destination , but the bus of silver costs  28% more , indeed you can educate the peasant, but never  fully remove his history IMHO thankfully ,  having visited my nearest Gregs for my free Latte  (got my  loyalty card stamped for the 10th time ), spent hour sitting outside with free coffee  & sausage 1 roll
chatting to our new town centre  builders mate  , he said guess my nationality, I  figured Polish with a suntan , wrong  he was Albanian ,to get my revenge I said guess mine ,
  ;) a draw with much laughter and handshaking, 

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Chit-Chat / Re: What do you say to someone when......
« Last post by fudgietheoriginal on 19 August 2017, 20:05:50 »
@ The original Fudgie ,  thanks , any advice I give is strictly my own experience of life and not medically approved , if any one has medical/mental problems go visit your Doc , ask my advise you could end up  sectioned , just been reading G.P's average 80k p.a. but  LTR tube drivers get around 70k p.a. , I should have studied harder at school  and stopped  dreaming and looking out of the window ,  ::) and could have been  saying" mind the doors " or nurse after this Op what you doing later ,  ;)

I used to think I should have studied harder and stopped dreaming at school. (don't think so, my spelling is carp)
Maybe I could have been a doctor but it's hard enough without the PC birgade and the civil laws these days.
Once upon a time being a Doctor acually stood for something and the community trusted them, not anymore. Everything they do is second guessed by patients now because they have an internet connection. lol:1




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Chit-Chat / Re: What do you say to someone when......
« Last post by Roco on 18 August 2017, 22:15:01 »
@ the 1st post Cheers Roco for sharing your experince it helped.
@ the 2nd post cheers for sharing your pespective it always helps and made me :))

@ 1bit.
I'm guessing you miss your Grandmother, I really missed mine when she first passed away and I still do.
But I keep her alive in my memories by talking about her from time to time.
@ The original Fudgie ,  thanks , any advice I give is strictly my own experience of life and not medically approved , if any one has medical/mental problems go visit your Doc , ask my advise you could end up  sectioned , just been reading G.P's average 80k p.a. but  LTR tube drivers get around 70k p.a. , I should have studied harder at school  and stopped  dreaming and looking out of the window ,  ::) and could have been  saying" mind the doors " or nurse after this Op what you doing later ,  ;)
 
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Computers / Re: ...in bits...
« Last post by Roco on 16 August 2017, 21:31:42 »
agree with bing & edge... but cant/limited addon install for edge before I would use it, dont like bing as search engine, I know google track (but so do Bing and Yahoo im sure) but google give more thorough / correct answers than any other SE
still like firefox with no script & Adblock plus , Thunderbird handles my  email addresses  & and wont open email links in my browser , ( cut & paste job ) not  bothered about tracking ,  for being hacked ?
my computer  is open house to all , nothing about me  even M/soft  have no clue to my identity ,
and I don't bank on line etc , even my local walk in bank  has my address but not my real name ,
hey, years back I worked for the military ,d  ;)  , yes at times  my aliases take some remembering
not helped by not having a birth cert etc  ,  well maybe the 3rd Riech  has burried under some rubble ,
downside to my secrete squirrel life , I cant claim any social  benefits etc , In my case brexit could get interesting ,  C:-)
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Chit-Chat / Re: What do you say to someone when......
« Last post by fudgietheoriginal on 16 August 2017, 20:17:21 »
@ the 1st post Cheers Roco for sharing your experince it helped.
@ the 2nd post cheers for sharing your pespective it always helps and made me :))

@ 1bit.
I'm guessing you miss your Grandmother, I really missed mine when she first passed away and I still do.
But I keep her alive in my memories by talking about her from time to time.
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Introductions / Re: Hi everyone
« Last post by fudgietheoriginal on 16 August 2017, 20:05:27 »
The weather has defo gone south, west, east and north. :-\
We did have some warm weather late spring early summer this year and there wasn't much rain fall either. My guess; that's why we are getting carp now or you could call it THE GREAT BRITISH SUMMER as I have come to know it in the 13 years I have lived here. My favourite season here in the UK is spring because OZ doesn't really have a proper spring and in some parts they only have 2 seasons, wet and dry.
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Computers / Re: ...in bits...
« Last post by 1bit on 16 August 2017, 19:33:56 »
agree with bing & edge... but cant/limited addon install for edge before I would use it, dont like bing as search engine, I know google track (but so do Bing and Yahoo im sure) but google give more thorough / correct answers than any other SE
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Computers / Re: ...in bits...
« Last post by Roco on 15 August 2017, 23:21:27 »
Whoa 1bit, got to admit my computer/internet interest is fast evaporating , it had taken over my life , but for me once set up Thunderbird  works well  , not so sure about Firefox these days  ,M/S  Edge seems faster and easier to use ,  just dumped Bing as my search engine , lovely pictures on search home page , but slow loading ,
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