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Trying to both buy and sell a home at the same time in this current housing market is a royal pain in the butt
Good luck in Utah!Ok, so only half of this process is proving to be difficult. In this market I could've run my car into the front of my house before putting it on the market and it would've sold in a week.
Very cool idea. I've been to Wichita a few times en route to Hutchinson and this would be an amazing thing to see.I am trying to get a project which would be called The Wichita Aerospace. I would appreciate anyone who is willing to sign my petition for change. Thank you very much. https://www.change.org/p/the-wichita-aerospace-needle
If you could sign and share that would be very helpful. Thank you very much.Very cool idea. I've been to Wichita a few times en route to Hutchinson and this would be an amazing thing to see.
What happened? (as in why did you punch it)Not again… I really need to stop punching my computer screen
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Windows 10 has never been as stable as Windows 7, yet I need it to run certain programs like ArcGIS - but some programs like Google Earth Pro that ran fine on Windows 7 don't run fine on Windows 10 (might be some hardware specific issues here too, but I digress). So yes, some programs crash, and sometimes when programs crash they take hours of hard work with them. I also have issues with anger (and intrusive thoughts, but that's another topic) so combining that with random program crashes is a dangerous combination...What happened? (as in why did you punch it)
Yeah, pretty much every version of Windows after 7 has been a complete dumpster fire, though Windows 10 becomes marginally usable if installed on an SSD (it does not take kindly to mechanical drives, ask me how I know) and after installing Classic Shell, OldNewExplorer and Spybot Anti-Beacon to fix the UI and get rid of the creepy telemetery. Not much that can be done about the stability though, and you'd think with the constant multi-gigabyte forced updates they would have figured something out by now, but then again this is Microsoft we're talking about.When my W7 laptop died, I thought my first new laptop in W8.1 would be a better OS. Absolute proof that I can be stupid.
I swore to learn Linux after that though I haven't. But I am so totally tired of the ever-changing BS that cannot be made backward-compatible to work with your current programs, and of changes in access and options seemingly made for changes sake alone, and this coming from a very basic user...
I can';t imagine the hell you're going through at that level but I feel for ya.