• GWO (unregistered)

    "Food" of course meaning "Sales Tax (Madison Wisconsin Food/Grocery rate of 5.6%)"

  • Secnod (unregistered)


  • bvs23bkv33 (unregistered)


  • (nodebb)

    It's probably an hourly backup for each of the thousand connected machines for the past 2½ years, when Backup Exec 15 was deployed. None of which have ever completed.

  • Hamakei (unregistered)

    I'm impressed you managed to spell my name wrong, but never mind.

  • Plloi (unregistered) in reply to Hamakei

    Side effect of using the keyboard

  • Scarpino (unregistered)

    It's Applebee's. Pretty sure none of it counts as food.

  • Carl Witthoft (google)

    Sylvia clearly never read Lord of the Rings. The message obviously means "you have to enter 'Values' for the username and the password. You know, just like the inscription on the door to Moria.

  • PTO (unregistered)

    postgres error is due to not entering a port number

  • (nodebb)

    "Apparently, only a small part of my dinner qualifies as food," writes Alex F.

    Maybe he should have ordered bananas instead.

  • Tim! (unregistered)

    @Smylers: you have to do that anyway. Win 10 disabled/uninstalled plenty of programs without even popping up this empty dialog. Steam sticks out as one.

  • foxyshadis (unregistered) in reply to GWO

    Wisconsin charges sales tax for groceries? WTF. Oh, I just looked it up and ingredients and raw food are still OK. Just a weird way of writing it, never mind.

  • Klimax (unregistered) in reply to Tim!

    Sorry, that's BS. Steam nor any other regular application get removed.

  • John Meyer (google) in reply to Scarpino

    If you want food go to Chili's.

  • Robin Bobcat (unregistered) in reply to Scarpino

    I dunno, I just had the 4-cheese mac yadda yadda and it was pretty decent. Not worth what I paid, but I had a gift card.

    TRWTF is not taking advantage of their Two For Twenty special. Could have had both those AND an appetizer for $20.

  • Robert Claypool (google) in reply to Klimax

    I'm sorry, but there's no guarantee that just because Steam was left unscathed for you it was unscathed for everyone else. Microsoft is big on keeping details hush-hush. If the name of the application was corrupted, but Windows gave you the path at least you'd have a pretty good clue what would happen, but no, that's no good for Microsoft. Microsoft is now declaring things fixed on the Feedback Hub that are still broken for me.

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