• Chainsaw bar oil recommendations?

    Can anyone recommend an generic non-fling mineral oil which would do the job (as opposed to the Stihl, Oregon etc. named brands)? For the UK, preferably. Thanks.
    Can anyone recommend an generic non-fling mineral oil which would do the job (as opposed to the Stihl, Oregon etc. named brands)? For the UK, preferably. Thanks.
    6 answers · Garden & Landscape · 9 years ago
  • Tye pressures - serious question?

    We all know that tyre pressures depend on the vehicle in question but I see a lot of contributions from our American cousins suggesting the use of the "test pressure" on the sidewall. I wondered why. I believe "drivers ed" is a subject in American schools and I wondered if that's where it comes from. Does anyone actually... show more
    We all know that tyre pressures depend on the vehicle in question but I see a lot of contributions from our American cousins suggesting the use of the "test pressure" on the sidewall. I wondered why. I believe "drivers ed" is a subject in American schools and I wondered if that's where it comes from. Does anyone actually know (apart from pontificating about "yanks")?
    2 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 1 decade ago
  • Vista support expiry?

    Anyone else noticed that Microsoft have already announced the expiry of support for Vista in 5 years? Vista Home Basic, Home Premium and Ultimate will stop receiving updates, even critical security updates, after April 10, 2012. Do they know something we don't?
    Anyone else noticed that Microsoft have already announced the expiry of support for Vista in 5 years? Vista Home Basic, Home Premium and Ultimate will stop receiving updates, even critical security updates, after April 10, 2012. Do they know something we don't?
    3 answers · Software · 1 decade ago
  • Spybot S&D updates?

    Anyone else having difficulty downloading Spybot updates, or is it just me?
    Anyone else having difficulty downloading Spybot updates, or is it just me?
    7 answers · Security · 1 decade ago
  • Excel 2003 Negative Numbers?

    Spurred by another question, I've just realised I cannot format negative numbers to be in brackets - the option's just not there. I'm sure it was in Excel 2000. I know HOW to do it, it's just that it appears no longer to be possible. Is it just me, or is this one of the "Improvements" in 2003? Any thoughts much... show more
    Spurred by another question, I've just realised I cannot format negative numbers to be in brackets - the option's just not there. I'm sure it was in Excel 2000. I know HOW to do it, it's just that it appears no longer to be possible. Is it just me, or is this one of the "Improvements" in 2003? Any thoughts much appreciated. Thanks
    3 answers · Software · 1 decade ago
  • Tickets useable on all trains?

    If I buy a ticket from my station to one "down the road", can I hop on any train that arrives that's going to stop there? (We have two companies running trains over the same route, one a local one and one Virgin Cross Country)
    If I buy a ticket from my station to one "down the road", can I hop on any train that arrives that's going to stop there? (We have two companies running trains over the same route, one a local one and one Virgin Cross Country)
    3 answers · Rail · 1 decade ago