MX™ Revolution by Logitech
On the picture: MX™ Revolution by Logitech

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Logitech

MX Revolution - ftr - Speed

Speed

Accelerate your work style.

  • Hyper-fast Scrolling: Fly through long documents with the MicroGear™ Precision scroll wheel.
  • Quick-Flip: Move effortlessly between applications and documents with a flip of the thumb wheel.
  • Touch to Search: Enjoy one-click access to your favorite search engine—instantly search your computer, network, and across the Web.
 
MX Revolution - ftr - Comfort

Comfort

The perfect grip.

  • Natural Position: Enjoy exceptional comfort with an ergonomic grip and deep-sculpted thumb support.
  • Convenient Controls: Do more with the mouse; make less visits to the keyboard.
 
 
MX Revolution - ftr - Precision

Precision

Every pixel within reach.

  • Advanced Laser Engine: Experience extreme accuracy and flawless tracking on nearly any surface.
  • Click-to-Click Scrolling: Increase productivity with click-to-click navigation of lists, slides, and image collections.
 
MX Revolution - ftr - Convenience

Convenience

Simplify.

  • Smart Scrolling: Automatically switch between hyper-fast or precision click-to-click scrolling modes to match the task at hand.
  • Rechargeable Li-Ion: End battery worries forever. Stay on top of your power supply with a 4-stage battery level indicator.
  • Extreme Wireless: Experience bulletproof wireless freedom with robust 2.4 GHz Digital Cordless, plus the extra performance of full-speed USB.
 




IAO logo
On the picture: IAO’s logo

 


“Connections between the IAO and the popular social networking site Facebook have been also suggested as a hidden continuation of the programs intention to collect information on citizens. Theorists point out that the privacy policy of Facebook has raised many concerns about possible data-mining and that the relationships of persons funding Facebook shows close ties to peoples previously involved in the IAO.” – Source: “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_Awareness_Office”

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Information Awareness Office

1. Start -> Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs -> Add/Remove Windows Components

3. Go to Networking and click details

2. Tick the “Peer-to-Peer service” option and the “UPnP User Interface” option.

4. Click OK to get out of those dialogs, Windows will install some stuff for a minute or two, then try sending a file again.

5. Sit, Enjoy and wait for futur msn bug to pop in your face

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