In comp.os.linux.advocacy, NoStop
on Fri, 08 Dec 2006 13:47:11 GMT
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Microsoft: Vista Wireless Access Could Cause Laptop Battery Drain
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | Users running Windows Vista on laptops may see batteries draining
>> | faster than they expect, Microsoft said in a warning on a company
>> | blog, because some wireless access points aren't configured to
>> | take advantage of the new operating system's Wi-Fi
>> | power-saving mode.
> WTF has an AP got to do with power saving on a laptop?
Hm. I was thinking "application program" but you probably meant
"access point". Oh dear. Now my brain's going to hurt for the
rest of the morning.
Don't tell the terrorists; they might put up phony Wi-Fi nodes and
drain all of our laptop batteries.
>> Embrace and extend. Illegally-obtained and retained monopoly enables that.
Linux. Because vaporware only goes so far.
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