They should give it a descriptive name, such as:
Grid Oriented Application Tablet Second Edition
(the acronym will do just fine of course)
<looks around for Animal>
<laughs> Knew it'd been too clean around here lately.... :-)
I accidentally discovered something amusingly inane.
If you have a Windows box, right-click on the Recycle Bin, and 'Create Shortcut'.
Then, drag-n-drop the shortcut you created (it'll be on the desktop somewhere) into the Recycle Bin.
Continue to do that for as long as you're amused.
I hadn't tried that, no.
Which is good.
Because if I want to delete a file with no fuss, I go to the command prompt.
Otherwise, Windows Explorer occasionally likes to freak out and hang its head in complete indecision about your request to delete a file, copy it, or move it to some location (network or otherwise).
That is all.
I just guffawed out loud in the middle of a conference call.
"... Microsoft ..."
Reading Uncensored in the middle of a conference call? Serves you right :-P
*laughs* Probably true. But it's better than falling asleep!
Hmm ... conference calls ... using Windoze ... dunno which is more unpleasant!
For those of us who don't use Windoze, please explain what the "recycle bin trick" does?
hm, using lync and some good headset connected to your wintendo isn't that bad after all for a telco.
microsoft managed to successfully embrace & extend here; its a wild mashup of video / voip, xmpp and your outlook inbox.
I think they currently only do big cooperate deployments.
When the siemens attemp to replace the POT with voip ended up with everyone using their mobile instead to stop the pc/phoneconnection from crashing, experiences with lync aren't remotely as bad. Its using the company phonebook, so you can search for collegues you want to phone/chat/conference/desktop share...
you can even send outlook invitation mails for meetings containing URLs spawning lync and making it join the conference. While its opening the internet exploiter inbetween, and its a shabby slow cludge its a working solution.