Right then, i have signed up for skype as might be doing some overseas stuff soon, downloaded and registered but what is the best hardware for connecting to the pc? Do i need a headset or something? Never used skype before.
ignat said:Need a new wheel? Apple sell their own proprietary wheel with a unique number of bolts which thereby prevents you from using the spare wheels sitting in your garage
Paul said:Right then, i have signed up for skype as might be doing some overseas stuff soon, downloaded and registered but what is the best hardware for connecting to the pc? Do i need a headset or something? Never used skype before.
Chris said:I'm not getting into this. Why? Simple. You know that you are all wrong. And you know that I know that.
Why do Land Rover owners tell you all the bad things about Toyotas like 'ooh they're expensive on parts'. Simple, because they know how unreliable theirs are and wish they had a Toyota. So why do PC users say bad things about Macs - hey, you work it out. I own 2 Macs. How often have they gone wrong in 5 years? Never. How much time do I spend fixing them? None. How many viruses have I had to deal with? None. How much time can I then spend using it instead of worrying about it? Oh now I am being smug.
Bought a Mac Book for the family so that when they screwed it up, I could reset it all without worrying about what was on it. How many times have they managed that? A five year old, ten year old and my WIFE!! Never.
OK, I don't actually like the strangle hold that comes along with Apple on somethings. They are a bit naughty at times. But know what? Their stuff is bloody good. Well made, well designed and works great. Maybe that's why I bought a white 80. It's a MAC
Hi RobRob said:And if you can get wifi on your phone you can use Nimbuzz or Fring to log onto your skype account to make calls over wifi. Skype for some reason will not let you make calls over wifi on your phone. This method is a bit of a PITA but it is useful sometimes.