Author Topic: What was BeOS?  (Read 11167 times)

Lead Head

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Re: What was BeOS?
« Reply #30 on: 26 February 2006, 20:26 »
firefox/quickfox, Abi word, VLC Media Player(plays pretty much every eveything)
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Re: What was BeOS?
« Reply #31 on: 27 February 2006, 03:34 »
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VLC Media Player(plays pretty much every eveything)

except for embeded videos in web browsers

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Re: What was BeOS?
« Reply #32 on: 27 February 2006, 09:24 »
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except for embeded videos in web browsers

That's complete rubbish. It has an Opera and Firefox plugin.

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Re: What was BeOS?
« Reply #33 on: 27 February 2006, 20:28 »
But they don't work ... at least not for me. A number of embeded videos won't play in the browser with VLC.

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Re: What was BeOS?
« Reply #34 on: 28 February 2006, 00:12 »
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Vista will (does) create regular users by default.

Oh no!
That means more viruses will be able to install under limited user accounts so I might have to run anti-virus.
This is not a Windows help forum, however please do feel free to sign up and agree or disagree with our views on Microsoft.

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Re: What was BeOS?
« Reply #35 on: 3 March 2006, 09:58 »
Vlc Pwns U!!!

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Re: What was BeOS?
« Reply #36 on: 4 March 2006, 02:20 »
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Oh no!
That means more viruses will be able to install under limited user accounts so I might have to run anti-virus.

Unfortunately you are absolutely correct. :(

No more extra protection just by means of running as a LU.
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Re: What was BeOS?
« Reply #37 on: 4 March 2006, 19:57 »
Let's cross our fingers and hope Microsoft won't. I'd hate to disconnect my windows machine from the internet and use USB Mem sticks and ZIP disks to transfer the programs I need...
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