You’ve already paid for the decoder license once, so Microsoft doesn’t have to pass the cost on to you a second time..
If you have an empty slot, I have the card to fill it. Hey, how 'bout I take off your cover and insert a bigger CPU.
Come to my 127.0.0.1 and I’ll give you sudo access. You're making me feel like I have something in common with these pop-up ads. Computer techs have skilled fingers if you know what I mean.
If you were a web browser, you'd be called a Fire-foxy lady. If you were an ebay auction, I'd totally 'buy it now'. I need to hop over to Facebook for a second to change my status to smitten. If we were connected on Linkedin, I'd endorse you all night long.
How about we do a little peer-to-peer saliva swapping? What do you say we play a game of "Words With More Than Friends? I wish you were Broadband, so I could get high-speed access. I'd ask if you come here often, but I already stalk you on Four Square.
I haven't found anything on the web like the quality of articles you write and the depth you explore.
I'm 21 and I've finally finished university and I'm back at home.
There’s not really a need for built-in DVD playback if users don’t have anything to put a disc in anyway.
We’ve also been streaming movies on Netflix for years and buying them in digital formats from i Tunes and Google Play (oh, and possibly from Microsoft’s store, too). Microsoft looks pretty closely at their users’ usage patterns before making moves like this, so clearly they’ve arrived at the conclusion that most Windows 10 users don’t need DVD playback and the ones who do are probably willing to pay for the functionality. If you were running Media Center, then you’re entitled to a free copy of the app after you install Windows 10.
There’s another great app in the Windows Store that can download.