"I gave exceptions. "
No, you didn't. A new install is not a reason to wipe, it may be a reason to format which is not a wipe. Whether it's fingerprints on a window or files on a server, one "wipes" so that no one will ever see it again.
If you had even caught me in a semantics win, I would send the $1K, no big deal.
Your I.T and English illiteracy is not a reason for me to send money.
I gave exceptions. Procedure is one. No reason but to want to is another, there are countless more. Those exist, you lose. Then there is what hiding means. Wiping a hard drive to hide something would be very rare in any case. Wiping eliminates, not hides. Something hidden exists, using normal English meaning. It figures you would not pay. You failed at showing Hillary was hiding something. All you know is a right wing witch hunter says she wiped her drive. That's it. You also have her statement about it, which is all anyone could want. Your Kangaroo Court is over for good.
Hawcreek will go on being the proven stooge he is ... even though he was given an example to his question ... he will always deny the truth to get out of paying and remain the King of FOS Posters.
"...one is anyone, not ever means no exceptions. "
and though I have asked a number of times you have provided no exceptions. I'm sorry you're illiterate but hounding on your mistake is not going to bear fruit, unless that's you.
one is anyone, not ever means no exceptions. Pay up.
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posted by Willisweaver on Intel board
The latest leaks and rumors of the soon-to-be released Surface Pro 4 point to nothing but awesome. Speculations further fearless forecast that the new model can, without doubt, outshine Apple's flagships iPad Pro and the MacBook.
Here are few the Windows-powered device offers:
Speculations have it that Microsoft intends to release two major models for Surface Pro 4, the 12-inch and 14-inch models. The 12-inch version is mass-geared and more affordable. It is powered by Intel's fifth generation Core M processor and has a 2160 x 1440 resolution. The 14-inch remains fairly similar with the 12-inch except that this version is powered by the i5 and i7 processors. Dhetechworld adds that the Intel M processor is aided by the Broadwell-Y processor. Even more exciting is that this novel model is fan-less very much similar with most of Apple's design.
Furthermore, Microsoft boasts that Surface Pro 4 strives to outmanoeuvre from competition by providing an "edge" absent in iPad Pro and MacBook. Also, unlike an Apple device, the Surface Pro 4 offers a unique and outstanding stylus feature which can heighten the device's ease of use and productivity.