allright, so what happened to
"Make Available Offline" in XP Pro? This feature was built in to Windows 2000, and I used it to great effect. Now in XP it seems to be absent. Is it just hidden (like 99.9% of everything in XP) or are we moving backwards?
1. Start > Run > Help and Support
Right, so in other words, it's hidden so as not to confuse the proles by putting it in the context menu by default where it's useful. Gotcha.
why don't you go work for microsoft and then you have a chance to fix or change windows the way you would like to see.
I've never seen anyone need so much hand-holding as muppet.
muppet, are you from europe or from usa or from somewhere else?
I'm well familiar with the term "proles". I helped George write that book, you know. In fact, my namesake site is http://www.it-proletariat.com.
I just thought the usage of "proles" was humorous in that context...
Make available offline is still there. To use it for a page, add it to your favorites and click the offline checkbox. Use tools->synchronize to update the contents.
Yet another anon
If it wasn't for Muppet there would be no excitement on this forum...
Stop impersonating me! Who are you people?!
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