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The Start menu is a user interface element used in Microsoft Windows since Windows 95 and in some other operating systems . It provides a central launching point for computer programs and performing other tasks. It has different names in different operating systems and window managers, such as Kickoff Application Launcher in KDE , Dash in GNOME and Unity , and Start screen in Windows 8 .

In Microsoft Windows , the Start menu in some form appears in Windows 9x , Windows NT 4.0 and all subsequent versions in the Windows NT family, as well as Windows CE , Windows Mobile and Windows Phone .

The Start menu was introduced in Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 , but had been worked on at Microsoft since 1992, originally being labelled as "System" to testers of the time. It was made to overcome the shortcomings of Program Manager in previous operating systems. [1] Program Manager consisted of a simple multiple document interface (MDI) which allowed users to open separate "program groups" and then execute the shortcuts to programs contained within. It lacked the ability to nest groups within other groups.

Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 replaced Program Manager with desktop and Start menu. The latter was comparable in some respects with the Apple menu in Mac OS operating systems and did not have the mentioned limitations of Program Manager: Being a menu , it allowed nested grouping while keeping only one group open at the time. Items could also be simply added to the Start menu by dragging and dropping them . The menu also offered the ability to shut down and log off from their computer.

Later developments in Internet Explorer and subsequent Windows releases make it possible to customize the Start menu and to access and expand Internet Explorer Favorites, My Documents and Administrative Tools ( Windows 2000 and later) from the Start menu.

Although Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 introduced a new version of Start menu, they offered the ability to switch back to this version of Start menu. This version of the Start menu is also available in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 . However, it is absent in Windows 7 , Windows Server 2008 R2 and other later Windows releases.

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07.10.2013  · DIVIDING THE WORLD into three races and outlining their historical development can be an exciting new methodology in the field of historical philosophy ...

20.12.2017  · Anyway, about these fuckin’ PT tests, bro. I passed pushups. Like, of course I did. Sit-ups are always kinda iffy. But, the run. Like, I tell these ...

There are hundreds of periodic tables in web space, but there is only one comprehensive database of periodic tables & periodic system formulations.

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Can’t wait for Pt . 03! Can’t wait for the next part... when Peter gets to fuck Dustin. Peter’s sexual relationship with his wife Margot will never ever be the ...

Button's Adventures is an fan-made "pilot episode" based on My Little Pony Friendship is Magic . It was uploaded on August 4th, 2013 and is available in various languages other than English as subtitled (on the video itself) or dubbed (on occasion). It is written and directed by JanAnimations & ShadyVox. ShadyVox also voiced the main character, Button Mash , and wrote the music.

As of March 21, 2014, Button's Adventures is no longer viewable on YouTube due to a cease and desist order from Hasbro, [1] and new episodes will not be produced. According to ShadyVox, he and JanAnimations will use the scripts they've written for Button's Adventures for a new IP with a different animation style. [2]

An animatic for the second episode of Button's Adventures was shown at GalaCon 2014. [3] In the animatic, Button's older brother Gibson appears.

The story features a character named Button Mash, a young colt who was briefly seen during the song The Perfect Stallion in the episode Hearts and Hooves Day , whom Sweetie Belle described as "too young". In the scene, he was shown aggressively playing an arcade video game, a fact which this episode develops into a key character trait, even naming him after it.

Rather than a single narrative, the short episode comprises a series of eight loosely connected vignettes spread over the final 24 hours before the start of the new school year.

In the first vignette, Button Mash introduces himself in voice-over, saying that he likes video games and doesn't have a cutie mark, but doesn't care. He then enthusiastically calls to his mother that he's ready for school, only for his mother to shout, "It's Sunday! Go back to bed!" This vignette serves as the trailer for the episode.

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It was an awful year for great talents dying before their time, from Phillip Seymour Hoffman to Robin Williams . But in between those headline-grabbers, we lost other great and fascinating people who you knew when they were famous, but whose deaths probably didn't trend on Twitter for more than a few hours. So, every year at this time, Cracked likes to stop and memorialize the less famous deaths that probably flew under your radar:

Note: Due to the sheer number of the dead this year, we have split this list into two parts. The scythe of the Reaper is never still, friends.

Onoda was an intelligence officer in the Imperial Japanese Army in WWII. In 1944, he was sent to Lubang Island in The Philippines with orders to hamper all enemy attacks and, above all, not to surrender. Onoda took that order very, very seriously. Dude didn't surrender until 1974.

Yes, your math is correct -- he spent 30 goddamned years running around in the jungle killing locals like the freaking Predator, decades after the war was over. When the Japanese government found out about Onoda's overtime, they tracked down his original commanding officer and sent him to officially relieve Onoda of his duty. When he was found, Onoda's gun still worked, and he still had 500 rounds of ammo, some hand grenades, and the dagger his mother had given him to kill himself with if he was captured (ah, this guy's attitude makes a whole lot more sense now).

Upon his return to Japan, he refused his back pay and refused to run for local government, despite his newfound fame. Instead he quietly became a farmer, and we're guessing no one ever, ever dared cross him.

The Start menu is a user interface element used in Microsoft Windows since Windows 95 and in some other operating systems . It provides a central launching point for computer programs and performing other tasks. It has different names in different operating systems and window managers, such as Kickoff Application Launcher in KDE , Dash in GNOME and Unity , and Start screen in Windows 8 .

In Microsoft Windows , the Start menu in some form appears in Windows 9x , Windows NT 4.0 and all subsequent versions in the Windows NT family, as well as Windows CE , Windows Mobile and Windows Phone .

The Start menu was introduced in Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 , but had been worked on at Microsoft since 1992, originally being labelled as "System" to testers of the time. It was made to overcome the shortcomings of Program Manager in previous operating systems. [1] Program Manager consisted of a simple multiple document interface (MDI) which allowed users to open separate "program groups" and then execute the shortcuts to programs contained within. It lacked the ability to nest groups within other groups.

Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 replaced Program Manager with desktop and Start menu. The latter was comparable in some respects with the Apple menu in Mac OS operating systems and did not have the mentioned limitations of Program Manager: Being a menu , it allowed nested grouping while keeping only one group open at the time. Items could also be simply added to the Start menu by dragging and dropping them . The menu also offered the ability to shut down and log off from their computer.

Later developments in Internet Explorer and subsequent Windows releases make it possible to customize the Start menu and to access and expand Internet Explorer Favorites, My Documents and Administrative Tools ( Windows 2000 and later) from the Start menu.

Although Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 introduced a new version of Start menu, they offered the ability to switch back to this version of Start menu. This version of the Start menu is also available in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 . However, it is absent in Windows 7 , Windows Server 2008 R2 and other later Windows releases.

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07.10.2013  · DIVIDING THE WORLD into three races and outlining their historical development can be an exciting new methodology in the field of historical philosophy ...

20.12.2017  · Anyway, about these fuckin’ PT tests, bro. I passed pushups. Like, of course I did. Sit-ups are always kinda iffy. But, the run. Like, I tell these ...

There are hundreds of periodic tables in web space, but there is only one comprehensive database of periodic tables & periodic system formulations.

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Can’t wait for Pt . 03! Can’t wait for the next part... when Peter gets to fuck Dustin. Peter’s sexual relationship with his wife Margot will never ever be the ...

Button's Adventures is an fan-made "pilot episode" based on My Little Pony Friendship is Magic . It was uploaded on August 4th, 2013 and is available in various languages other than English as subtitled (on the video itself) or dubbed (on occasion). It is written and directed by JanAnimations & ShadyVox. ShadyVox also voiced the main character, Button Mash , and wrote the music.

As of March 21, 2014, Button's Adventures is no longer viewable on YouTube due to a cease and desist order from Hasbro, [1] and new episodes will not be produced. According to ShadyVox, he and JanAnimations will use the scripts they've written for Button's Adventures for a new IP with a different animation style. [2]

An animatic for the second episode of Button's Adventures was shown at GalaCon 2014. [3] In the animatic, Button's older brother Gibson appears.

The story features a character named Button Mash, a young colt who was briefly seen during the song The Perfect Stallion in the episode Hearts and Hooves Day , whom Sweetie Belle described as "too young". In the scene, he was shown aggressively playing an arcade video game, a fact which this episode develops into a key character trait, even naming him after it.

Rather than a single narrative, the short episode comprises a series of eight loosely connected vignettes spread over the final 24 hours before the start of the new school year.

In the first vignette, Button Mash introduces himself in voice-over, saying that he likes video games and doesn't have a cutie mark, but doesn't care. He then enthusiastically calls to his mother that he's ready for school, only for his mother to shout, "It's Sunday! Go back to bed!" This vignette serves as the trailer for the episode.

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It was an awful year for great talents dying before their time, from Phillip Seymour Hoffman to Robin Williams . But in between those headline-grabbers, we lost other great and fascinating people who you knew when they were famous, but whose deaths probably didn't trend on Twitter for more than a few hours. So, every year at this time, Cracked likes to stop and memorialize the less famous deaths that probably flew under your radar:

Note: Due to the sheer number of the dead this year, we have split this list into two parts. The scythe of the Reaper is never still, friends.

Onoda was an intelligence officer in the Imperial Japanese Army in WWII. In 1944, he was sent to Lubang Island in The Philippines with orders to hamper all enemy attacks and, above all, not to surrender. Onoda took that order very, very seriously. Dude didn't surrender until 1974.

Yes, your math is correct -- he spent 30 goddamned years running around in the jungle killing locals like the freaking Predator, decades after the war was over. When the Japanese government found out about Onoda's overtime, they tracked down his original commanding officer and sent him to officially relieve Onoda of his duty. When he was found, Onoda's gun still worked, and he still had 500 rounds of ammo, some hand grenades, and the dagger his mother had given him to kill himself with if he was captured (ah, this guy's attitude makes a whole lot more sense now).

Upon his return to Japan, he refused his back pay and refused to run for local government, despite his newfound fame. Instead he quietly became a farmer, and we're guessing no one ever, ever dared cross him.

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The Start menu is a user interface element used in Microsoft Windows since Windows 95 and in some other operating systems . It provides a central launching point for computer programs and performing other tasks. It has different names in different operating systems and window managers, such as Kickoff Application Launcher in KDE , Dash in GNOME and Unity , and Start screen in Windows 8 .

In Microsoft Windows , the Start menu in some form appears in Windows 9x , Windows NT 4.0 and all subsequent versions in the Windows NT family, as well as Windows CE , Windows Mobile and Windows Phone .

The Start menu was introduced in Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 , but had been worked on at Microsoft since 1992, originally being labelled as "System" to testers of the time. It was made to overcome the shortcomings of Program Manager in previous operating systems. [1] Program Manager consisted of a simple multiple document interface (MDI) which allowed users to open separate "program groups" and then execute the shortcuts to programs contained within. It lacked the ability to nest groups within other groups.

Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 replaced Program Manager with desktop and Start menu. The latter was comparable in some respects with the Apple menu in Mac OS operating systems and did not have the mentioned limitations of Program Manager: Being a menu , it allowed nested grouping while keeping only one group open at the time. Items could also be simply added to the Start menu by dragging and dropping them . The menu also offered the ability to shut down and log off from their computer.

Later developments in Internet Explorer and subsequent Windows releases make it possible to customize the Start menu and to access and expand Internet Explorer Favorites, My Documents and Administrative Tools ( Windows 2000 and later) from the Start menu.

Although Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 introduced a new version of Start menu, they offered the ability to switch back to this version of Start menu. This version of the Start menu is also available in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 . However, it is absent in Windows 7 , Windows Server 2008 R2 and other later Windows releases.

The Start menu is a user interface element used in Microsoft Windows since Windows 95 and in some other operating systems . It provides a central launching point for computer programs and performing other tasks. It has different names in different operating systems and window managers, such as Kickoff Application Launcher in KDE , Dash in GNOME and Unity , and Start screen in Windows 8 .

In Microsoft Windows , the Start menu in some form appears in Windows 9x , Windows NT 4.0 and all subsequent versions in the Windows NT family, as well as Windows CE , Windows Mobile and Windows Phone .

The Start menu was introduced in Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 , but had been worked on at Microsoft since 1992, originally being labelled as "System" to testers of the time. It was made to overcome the shortcomings of Program Manager in previous operating systems. [1] Program Manager consisted of a simple multiple document interface (MDI) which allowed users to open separate "program groups" and then execute the shortcuts to programs contained within. It lacked the ability to nest groups within other groups.

Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 replaced Program Manager with desktop and Start menu. The latter was comparable in some respects with the Apple menu in Mac OS operating systems and did not have the mentioned limitations of Program Manager: Being a menu , it allowed nested grouping while keeping only one group open at the time. Items could also be simply added to the Start menu by dragging and dropping them . The menu also offered the ability to shut down and log off from their computer.

Later developments in Internet Explorer and subsequent Windows releases make it possible to customize the Start menu and to access and expand Internet Explorer Favorites, My Documents and Administrative Tools ( Windows 2000 and later) from the Start menu.

Although Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 introduced a new version of Start menu, they offered the ability to switch back to this version of Start menu. This version of the Start menu is also available in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 . However, it is absent in Windows 7 , Windows Server 2008 R2 and other later Windows releases.

16.08.2017  · Method Description; gapi.plusone.render ( container, parameters) Renders the specified container as a + 1 button . container The container to render as the ...

07.10.2013  · DIVIDING THE WORLD into three races and outlining their historical development can be an exciting new methodology in the field of historical philosophy ...

20.12.2017  · Anyway, about these fuckin’ PT tests, bro. I passed pushups. Like, of course I did. Sit-ups are always kinda iffy. But, the run. Like, I tell these ...

There are hundreds of periodic tables in web space, but there is only one comprehensive database of periodic tables & periodic system formulations.

Buy Brother PT-D400 Desktop Label Printer at Argos .co.uk, visit Argos .co.uk to shop online for Office supplies, Home office, Technology

Can’t wait for Pt . 03! Can’t wait for the next part... when Peter gets to fuck Dustin. Peter’s sexual relationship with his wife Margot will never ever be the ...

Button's Adventures is an fan-made "pilot episode" based on My Little Pony Friendship is Magic . It was uploaded on August 4th, 2013 and is available in various languages other than English as subtitled (on the video itself) or dubbed (on occasion). It is written and directed by JanAnimations & ShadyVox. ShadyVox also voiced the main character, Button Mash , and wrote the music.

As of March 21, 2014, Button's Adventures is no longer viewable on YouTube due to a cease and desist order from Hasbro, [1] and new episodes will not be produced. According to ShadyVox, he and JanAnimations will use the scripts they've written for Button's Adventures for a new IP with a different animation style. [2]

An animatic for the second episode of Button's Adventures was shown at GalaCon 2014. [3] In the animatic, Button's older brother Gibson appears.

The story features a character named Button Mash, a young colt who was briefly seen during the song The Perfect Stallion in the episode Hearts and Hooves Day , whom Sweetie Belle described as "too young". In the scene, he was shown aggressively playing an arcade video game, a fact which this episode develops into a key character trait, even naming him after it.

Rather than a single narrative, the short episode comprises a series of eight loosely connected vignettes spread over the final 24 hours before the start of the new school year.

In the first vignette, Button Mash introduces himself in voice-over, saying that he likes video games and doesn't have a cutie mark, but doesn't care. He then enthusiastically calls to his mother that he's ready for school, only for his mother to shout, "It's Sunday! Go back to bed!" This vignette serves as the trailer for the episode.

The Start menu is a user interface element used in Microsoft Windows since Windows 95 and in some other operating systems . It provides a central launching point for computer programs and performing other tasks. It has different names in different operating systems and window managers, such as Kickoff Application Launcher in KDE , Dash in GNOME and Unity , and Start screen in Windows 8 .

In Microsoft Windows , the Start menu in some form appears in Windows 9x , Windows NT 4.0 and all subsequent versions in the Windows NT family, as well as Windows CE , Windows Mobile and Windows Phone .

The Start menu was introduced in Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 , but had been worked on at Microsoft since 1992, originally being labelled as "System" to testers of the time. It was made to overcome the shortcomings of Program Manager in previous operating systems. [1] Program Manager consisted of a simple multiple document interface (MDI) which allowed users to open separate "program groups" and then execute the shortcuts to programs contained within. It lacked the ability to nest groups within other groups.

Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 replaced Program Manager with desktop and Start menu. The latter was comparable in some respects with the Apple menu in Mac OS operating systems and did not have the mentioned limitations of Program Manager: Being a menu , it allowed nested grouping while keeping only one group open at the time. Items could also be simply added to the Start menu by dragging and dropping them . The menu also offered the ability to shut down and log off from their computer.

Later developments in Internet Explorer and subsequent Windows releases make it possible to customize the Start menu and to access and expand Internet Explorer Favorites, My Documents and Administrative Tools ( Windows 2000 and later) from the Start menu.

Although Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 introduced a new version of Start menu, they offered the ability to switch back to this version of Start menu. This version of the Start menu is also available in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 . However, it is absent in Windows 7 , Windows Server 2008 R2 and other later Windows releases.

16.08.2017  · Method Description; gapi.plusone.render ( container, parameters) Renders the specified container as a + 1 button . container The container to render as the ...

07.10.2013  · DIVIDING THE WORLD into three races and outlining their historical development can be an exciting new methodology in the field of historical philosophy ...

20.12.2017  · Anyway, about these fuckin’ PT tests, bro. I passed pushups. Like, of course I did. Sit-ups are always kinda iffy. But, the run. Like, I tell these ...

There are hundreds of periodic tables in web space, but there is only one comprehensive database of periodic tables & periodic system formulations.

Buy Brother PT-D400 Desktop Label Printer at Argos .co.uk, visit Argos .co.uk to shop online for Office supplies, Home office, Technology

Can’t wait for Pt . 03! Can’t wait for the next part... when Peter gets to fuck Dustin. Peter’s sexual relationship with his wife Margot will never ever be the ...


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