Hello Saturday. The temps outside are middlin', if that's even a word, hovering in the high 60s (F). They are going to climb into the low 90s (F) again, in fact forecasters are predicting daytime highs in the low 90s (F) for the next week or so. I don't mind them. The southern states are sweltering. Keep in mind most of them are run by Conservatives who don't believe in Climate Change. The idea that things are going to only get worse does not occur to them, and when they do these yoyos will ask God why this is happening to them. Then, of course, they'll probably begin sacrificing things like chickens, and goats because some dolt will believe this is how you solve Climate Change.
I was working on a very old Dell Inspiron 5160 that has Windows XP as an operating system, and it does appear to be a lost cause. It doesn't connect to anything. My printers are non existent. There is a way in which I could update the O/S but that would mean downloading Rufus onto a flash drive, as well as downloading Windows 10, and then copying them to the laptop, however this thing is so old it only has 34.5 GB of memory, and of that only 16.4 GB are available. Thankfully, there really isn't anything of value on it.
Verizon had some sort of an update and my auto-pay was deleted. No notifications, except for the one that told my it had failed. The link I have saved doesn't work. Yes, that's right, the link I have to go in and manually pay my account no longer works. I had to access my account through the email they sent me. There's a big push to get customer to download their app. Sorry, Charlie. Everyone I know who has Verizon has high bills, like 3 times what I pay. I'm thinking the time may have arrived to move on to T-Mobile's wireless Internet. My nephew has it and loves it.