Ididar's latest activity

  • I
    I am a long time user here (joined in 2005) with over 1,700 posts but I created a new account to make this post. I am doing this because what I am about to reveal I want kept secret. This is something I hate to disclose because I do not want...
  • I
    Ididar replied to the thread Epic Games Sues Apple.
    I had a lot more typed but erased it all. My point ultimately boils down to this: The regulators are going to define a market more based on number of consumers or sellers involved in that market than they are the technological description of the...
  • I
    Ididar replied to the thread Epic Games Sues Apple.
    I'm not a huge fan of Valve, but the big thing they have going for them is that they don't own the platform that their store exists on. Google, Apple, MS, and Sony all own and control the platforms that their stores exist on so they can create...
  • I
    Yep. Whatever floats your boat. The only annoying part of the controller issue in some games is when they don't pause the game when the batteries die on the controller. They revert to KB and Mouse which for me is sitting a few feet away...
  • I
    A keyboard and mouse sucks for gaming on the couch. I used to love keyboard and mouse but I really can't go back. Sitting at a desk for gaming for me is a dead deal.
  • I
    I currently, at work, have 8 windows open across 3 screens in Windows 10. That's probably a little on the low side for numbers of windows opened. That doesn't count multiple tabs in a browser. Why search for a program? 99% of my time is using the...
  • I
    Not as much whining and training as the change from Office 2003 with toolbars to Office 2007 with ribbons... some nights, I can still smell the bodies in the streets. :ROFLMAO:
  • I
    I hide all desktop icons, and I never use the start menu (haven't since Vista). I just type in the search box and press enter. There are like 100 or more folders in the start menu, it would take too much time to look through, the search works...
  • I
    OMG, the whining about the win 95 menu going away was unending. Oh who it was going to require SO MUCH TRAINING.
  • I
    Used it since DOS and disagree with all your points except the control panel / settings. That's a hot mess. But, the rest of the UI? I get along with it fine especially since most of my computer use at home these days is either sitting on a couch...
Top