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Best answer: There was a Windows 9 but Microsoft deemed it so bad they never even attempted to announce it so they went straight to 10. I don't know whatever happened to the team that was working on 9 though because as far as 10 is right now, I'm pretty sure, they weren't that far behind.


Hi, so my school has Logic Pro on their Macs and apparently there is a way for students to access it for free at home but we have to work it out ourselves and I've been searching on the internet for hours and I have no idea how to do it. Does anyone know how I could get it?





I've just downloaded my bank statements from my financial institution and will be going over each transaction starting from the very first transaction recorded on my bank account, but I'm now looking for a PDF software/editor that will highlight the transaction I'm currently adding to my calculator and... show more


Best answer: The answer maybe surprisingly is YES those updates are available for download. They don't and won't write any new ones (obviously) but so far you can still get the Win XP updates as far as I know. Might be a good question to go on the Microsoft Forum and ask there.



Best answer: No. The same also applies to any of the other streaming services out there. Once you end your subscription/free trial, you loose everything you had with it. Streaming services simply give you a license to listen to the content; you don't own anything. Additionally, if you downloaded the music to your phone,... show more


Best answer: Open the Office application that you were using. Click the File tab. Click Recent. Scroll to the bottom of your "Recent Documents" (Office 2013 only), then click "Recover Unsaved Documents" if you are in Word, "Recover Unsaved Workbooks" if you are in Excel, or "Recover Unsaved... show more

Best answer: YOU DON'T. Of course the real cause of the problem is that the stupid user didn't save their work as they went along. Perhaps you'll learn from this?

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