> Word processor pioneer dies aged 93
Evelyn Berezin put the Data Secretary on sale in 1971, creating a new industry.
I'm trying to make my way through roughly 100 or so of the 'Best Books EVER' based on my looking at lists and plucking out ones that are multiple lists.
I'm about 15 in on books I haven't read before from those lists and I've come to believe there haven't been that many good books.
Not according to my tastes. It could be that it's because many of there were considered 'best' because they brought societal mistreatment to the fore of people's mind. Some form of base mistreatment of people...
so i set up reactos in virtualbox with the idea of using it if i needed windows for a one off application. and more so to see if it's progressed to the point it was stable enough for this purpose.
Installation and setup went pretty smoothly. I guess I used it for about 5 hours including surfing the net without a crash.
Then I figured I'd install some applications from the package manager. Chose firefox-ers. BAM! BSOD and upon reboot freeldr.sys not found. Can't even get to a repair mode.
Holy smokes! I'm using kindle file and see files in ES File Browser. Clicked on the path so I see the path of the files. I go to the path, it says it's empty.
However if I click on the path from that same properties location I see files.
I'm not a genius and sometimes new fangled interfaces don't seem logical to me. But I have been a programmer for a couple of decades, just on on Android. WTF am I missing?
EDIT before I posted: Holy, Holy smokes, I had to click Analyze from within the folder!
When I die I'm going straight to hell. Picked up a copy of MS Office 2007 Standard edition for $2 at goodwill.
Installed it to a thumbdrive via playonlinux so it's portable. Now I'm going all in on MS Office!!!
Ok. This isn't really for me. It's for someone who claims they just CAN'T manage without MS Office.
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