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    I was giving an "Example" of a process that has the potential to yield a workable and "Brand-able" .com domain name that matches a company name which is a huge advantage to ANY company starting out. So what I said was being taken too literally and not as a TEMPLATE for a "Way to Think About the Problem" To enable people here to provide more detailed actual help, a lot more background info would be useful if that's a comfortable thing to do... MAIN ADVICE: run every name you like through godaddy.com etc. and don't stop until you have a ".com" you can live with...
  3. Arch is my preferred distro of choice and Manjaro does a great job of giving Arch a user friendly experience out of the gate. I haven't used linux in a little bit here (the laptop I had it on died a watery death) but the only thing that caused me to move away from Manjaro over to Fedora was Wayland support and that's not Manjaro's fault; it's the XFCE desktop that still doesn't support Wayland last I checked ... I like Manjaro over Arch solely for the reason that things tend to be tested a little longer/ better before being released. manjaro also has some really useful tools added to it such as a simple app to switch kernel versions
  4. I know your remark was /s but it's listed in the article in the last paragraph just in case you missed it .
  5. Arch is my preferred distro of choice and Manjaro does a great job of giving Arch a user friendly experience out of the gate. I haven't used linux in a little bit here (the laptop I had it on died a watery death) but the only thing that caused me to move away from Manjaro over to Fedora was Wayland support and that's not Manjaro's fault; it's the XFCE desktop that still doesn't support Wayland last I checked ... I like Manjaro over Arch solely for the reason that things tend to be tested a little longer/ better before being released.
  6. Amazon and Google end video services war, announce cross-platform deal by Jay Bonggolto Google pulled its YouTube apps from Amazon's Fire TV and Echo Show devices in late 2017 after the two tech giants failed to reach an agreement on support for each others' products. Today, both companies are finally putting their years-long dispute over video services behind them. Amazon has announced that it has agreed to bring the YouTube app to its Fire TV devices and Fire TV Edition smart TVs in the coming months. As a sign of reciprocity, the Prime Video app will also receive support on Chromecast devices and Android TV device partners. Later this year, Fire TV users will also be able to watch videos via the YouTube TV and YouTube Kids apps. Heather Rivera, Global Head of Product Partnerships at YouTube, said: “We are excited to work with Amazon to launch the official YouTube apps on Fire TV devices worldwide. Bringing our flagship YouTube experience to Amazon Fire TV gives our users even more ways to watch the videos and creators they love.” With the YouTube app, Fire TV customers will have access to all of YouTube's content with an option to watch videos in 4K resolution at 60 frames per second, depending on the device. For Prime Video customers, Amazon Originals' popular series like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Homecoming, Catastrophe, and The Grand Tour will be available in addition to original movies such as Guava Island and Cold War, among others.
  7. Especially for gaming, it seems, Manjaro and newer distros like Pop! OS seem to be the way to go. Personally, I've only ever liked elementary OS because it's stupidly simple. Tried Solus once, kept having freezing issues while idle. Haven't used Ubuntu since they introduced that Unity disaster of a UI or whatever it is. You do know that Pop! OS is nothing more the Ubuntu Beta builder and there nothing specials about it as for Manjaro just STOP whine about PPA and still have keep in mind all ver of linux distro are not very noob friendly. Sounds like you don’t know jack about Manjaro. I can’t be totally sure, because you didn’t make your post very readable. Sound like you know jack about Manjaro is use less for any of the latest TV tuner from Hauppauge Goal post is here || and you moved it over here || Go read what he said about Manjaro and realize that your whining (ironic when calling him out on it) is completely irrelevant. Also, if you can’t figure out how to make a device work that works on one distro, work on the next, well....😐
  8. No doubt using an icon that look like an IE icon did not help, but the other reason was because Edge is so naff, it is slow, it don't work with some sites and the UI is awful i tried it for a few days and got fed up of it and went back to Cent.
  9. it's listed on the download page as not being enabled yet as well if you look at the features section edit: i'd imaging they're tweaking it so it uses Windows 10's integrated spellcheck first then auto switch to the browser spell check if that's unavailable.
  10. How do you even use the internet? Firefox can sync between desktop and mobile as does Google Chrome. Heck, even Safari can sync between macOS and iOS. How does syncing data provide them with anymore data than they already have for goodness sake? If you save bookmarks , password (or even use any extensions) in your browser you are already giving them data. Based on your comments I assume you only run an obsure version on linux that you have reviewed the code and compiled yourself to ensure no telemetry of any kind. You only use open source applications that you have reviewed as well and only access the web with an onion browser and a European VPN. You cant possibly use a mobile device because that is no way to stop the data leaking there regardless of platform. Maybe loosen that tinfoil cap a little bit. you can use the internet without all this synchronising, my bookmarks are backed up to NAS drive every few days, but backed up to another internal drive everyday, not that it really needs to be everyday as I do not add bookmarks everyday. Not all of us want to sync between computer and mobile, i certainly don't have any need to, if I need to copy something from my mobile I use a USB cable, remember them? I would love a browser that don't have any synchronising, I turn it off on my browser.
  11. Loads fast, gets right into the action, has a good look to it, and it's FREE, can't beat that.
  12. That channel is just looping last weeks FH launch. Next FH flight won't be until June (earliest).
  13. ya Good thing I didn't know that, as it wouldn't have been nearly as suspenseful to watch!
  14. So this is a bit off topic but I've been using the canary builds since the start, does spell check work for anyone else on neowin? Or anywhere? *edit* NVM, checking their inside forums it's listed as not working atm.
  15. It was live on the 11th of April i believe.
  16. Then why does it say it's live?
  17. Dual speakers? Would take that with a pinch of salt as it would be the first OnePlus device with stereo speakers. That has been a gripe with reviewers for quite some time.
  18. You don't need a lic for acronis - just download kingstons oem version for cloning to your new ssd https://www.kingston.com/us/support/technical/acronis-download While including the CD use to be how it was done, now you just download the software from the ssd makers site.. Pretty sure all the major makers provide this software for free on their sites. https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/ssd/download/tools/ https://www.adata.com/en/ss/software-5/ https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/storage-ssd-getting-started http://www.pny.com/qr/acronis-install etc.. etc.. etc..
  19. Never really liked Ubuntu much as I thought it was way to bloated with useless stuff. Have used Lubuntu regularly up until switching to Mint a while back. Do still have Lubuntu on one old laptop though.
  20. Err have you missed something as this happened days ago?
  21. It will become FacelessBook.. after all the harvesting, insecure or monetized data-collection, user tracking, lack of security on digital assets, lack of accountability, lack of acknowledgement and only the ability to rectify critical security breaches at a snails pace.
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  23. Still another mechanism adding to the problem of distracted driving.
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