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What are the usual things on your start menu? What is under All Programs?

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LinuxH4x0r (author)2008-11-03
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Chicken2209 (author)LinuxH4x0r2008-11-03

I'm sorry, this forum is reserved for the cool computers =P

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LinuxH4x0r (author)Chicken22092008-11-03

so then why are there windows computers?

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puffyfluff (author)LinuxH4x0r2008-12-02

Only so that people like you can make fun of them.

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gmjhowe (author)Chicken22092008-11-04

I prefer computers that work to supposed 'cool' ones.

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puffyfluff (author)gmjhowe2008-11-04

I must agree. Actually, I have about seven OS's installed on VPC.

I just realized how irrelevant that last part is...

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gmjhowe (author)puffyfluff2008-11-04

VPC? i did try all the other os's i was a windows user for about 7 years before i saved up some money and got a mac.

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puffyfluff (author)gmjhowe2008-11-06

More correctly, MSVPC. Microsoft Virtual PC. Nice. I use them all.

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gmjhowe (author)puffyfluff2008-11-07

ah, sounds kinda crappy (what with the microsoft bit) im sure there are much better virtual environments out there for windows, but i havn't used windows for about 5 years now so. I do use VMware on my mac, great for running msn with webcam, because the plug has not been filled by 3rd party yet.

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puffyfluff (author)gmjhowe2008-11-09

Surprisingly, it's pretty good. I never expected it, but it is pretty good. I just wish it had more options.

In fact, I wish everything had more options. That's why I'm writing Saerox...

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puffyfluff (author)Chicken22092008-11-04

I have a mac, but all I do on it is write iTouch apps for my friends.

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Chicken2209 (author)puffyfluff2008-11-04

ooh is that easy can it be done on windows?

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puffyfluff (author)Chicken22092008-11-04

You need to know xcode (the language of Apple stuff) and no, it can't be done on Windows (a fact I'm horribly upset about).

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ravebot (author)2008-11-17

Firefox, frutyloops, itunes, toblo, aduacity,

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n8man (author)ravebot2008-11-17

Toblo is awesome, it just needs more levels and online multiplayer.

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ravebot (author)n8man2008-11-18

ya i also wish it had a option to re build the blocks like throwing them into spots and having them stay up-right so you could make like walls and stuff

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n8man (author)ravebot2008-11-18

Yea, I guess, but that would be very hard.

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puffyfluff (author)ravebot2008-11-18
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puffyfluff (author)n8man2008-11-17

Never heard of it.

I always feel so out of it these days...

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puffyfluff (author)n8man2008-11-18

It seems fun: "Toblo is a free, fast-paced capture the flag game that has two teams using the world as weaponry, throwing bombs, and generally destroying things."

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puffyfluff (author)n8man2008-11-18
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xACIDITYx (author)2008-11-18

What's this "Undock computer" button?

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whatsisface (author)xACIDITYx2008-11-18

It displays with a laptop that's on a port replicator/ docking station.

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puffyfluff (author)xACIDITYx2008-11-18

Yeah, it's a laptop. If I click that, it disconnects all the devices hooked up to the docking station so that I can remove it without problems.

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Chicken2209 (author)2008-11-03

under my start bar I have FF, iTunes, Gimp, Audacity, Halo, Limewire, Paint , and Blender

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puffyfluff (author)Chicken22092008-11-04

If you use blender, you should try Caligari Truespace. It was the inspiration for Blender, but cost several hundred dollars, but now is free. I personally think it has better features than Blender.

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Chicken2209 (author)puffyfluff2008-11-04

trust me, i don't even use all the features of blender

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puffyfluff (author)Chicken22092008-11-09

Me neither. It's just sometimes more efficient and faster.

I also just like showing off that I have a $700 program.

I just leave out the fact that it was previously $700...

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ChrysN (author)2008-11-03

Mine's pretty boring, just some video editing stuff I needed for one of my instructables.

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puffyfluff (author)ChrysN2008-11-04

ImTOO? I've never heard of it. Is it good?

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ChrysN (author)puffyfluff2008-11-04

It works, it's a pretty simple editing program, I've used better. I had trouble with Windows Movie Maker so I had to find something else, in a hurry.

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puffyfluff (author)ChrysN2008-11-04

I see. I've always been interested in video editing, but never found myself very good at it.

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ChrysN (author)puffyfluff2008-11-04

It helps to have good software for it, I used Ulead Videostudio before and really liked it, but I really don't do to much video editing.

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puffyfluff (author)ChrysN2008-11-09

Never heard of that one either. I'll have to try it.

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KentsOkay (author)2008-11-05

OH how liberating not to have one of those....

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