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Google: "Did you mean this instead?"


Jimlad

Well-Known Member
#1
Everyone's familiar with Google saying that, especially if you've misspelt your search terms. But I did a little search just now and the resulting query from Google made me laugh!



No. No, Google. I ruddy well did not mean that. At all.
 

Levi

Moderator
Staff member
#3
well we all know how mac users get confused about the fact they're actually using pc's but as per usual they forget :p :rolleyes:

a pc is a personal computer
a mac is a personal computer so is a pc
 

Levi

Moderator
Staff member
#10
Typo said:
Yer, but he had to 'restart'....that's IT speak.

On a PC why do you need to go to the START button to turn it off?

Just wondering like...
I haven't got a start button, I've got an 'windows' orb (have done since vista). I assume its the logic of you have to start a process to shut down.

It was even stranger that as default vista had sleep as its shutdown option unless you went and changed it :rolleyes:

tim said:
oh btw typo you know i was gonna go to london on 27th for no reason at all to do with anything that might be slightly related to anything even 49.5% important?
Even I'm interested to see what they release - I still say it's likely to be new macbook pro's and maybe a new mac pro option (dual hex cores etc). Maybe even a new iphone to annoy new owners :clap:

If there is a tablet I may buy it if it's cheaper than a decent netbook (ie sub 300) which has a full os unlike the rumour of os-x iphone type on the tablet. Still hope they add a pressure pen and a version of photoshop etc comes out if it's made
 

Levi

Moderator
Staff member
#12
macbook pro's will be updated to i5/i7 cpu's either on wednesday or within a few weeks, it's a natural update - more performace same at power draw. I would also guess with updated nvidia gpu's (they've got an announcement in a few days later iirc)
 

tim

Senior Member
#13
Levi said:
macbook pro's will be updated to i5/i7 cpu's either on wednesday or within a few weeks, it's a natural update - more performace same at power draw. I would also guess with updated nvidia gpu's (they've got an announcement in a few days later iirc)
i disagree but "there's nothing new there..." :p
 

Kevin

Senior Member
#15
You used to be able to type in "[insert hated football team] doesnt suck" and it would ask if you meant "[insert hated football team does suck"

I didn't try it myself but I've seen a jpeg and I don't think it was fake.