Weather map pertaining to the Dakotas and Midwest.
On my Dell T7400 running Windows 8 (Pro), in Internet Explorer 10 (desktop) on www.bing.com I entered the term Great Plains software as the search string, clicked on Videos on the top menu bar, and clicked the following hit in the results:
Tried to share the video
Clicked on the More option in the flyout toolbar in the embedded YouTube player:
When I click on More I get a message at the bottom of Internet Explorer that a popup from www.bing.com was blocked.
Message: Internet Explorer blocked a pop-up from www.bing.com.
Restart IE, clicked on Allow once, same thing.
Options for this site button w/ drop down gives you More settings.
Added sites to Privacy settings under Per Site Privacy Actions dialog from clicking the Sites button under the Privacy tab in Internet Options.
Refreshed (F5) on the page. Same thing.
Sites are also in Trusted Sites zone with default (factory) settings.
Historical reference on what organizations formed the Internet.
If you’re planning an MS Office migration [upgrade], this information should help outline the future of automation components with a link to the official roadmap on a Microsoft [MSFT] sanctioned blog.
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The NSA’s Surveillance Will Devastate Commerce – What foreign government, agency, or corporation in its right mind would buy Microsoft Office 360, for instance, if it suspects that every memo written will float up to the Microsoft/NSA cloud to be scrutinized by some “analyst” for unknown reasons. And…
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