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Adrian Peterson Has Feeling He Will Be In Uniform

Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson – arguably the best running back in the NFL – said he has “somewhat” of a gut feeling that he will be in uniform on Sunday when the Vikings open their season against Jacksonville.This would be somewhat of an accomplishment considering Peterson wrecked his left knee nine months ago, having two ligaments repaired on December 31.Still, Peterson knows he’s an invaluable commodity that the Vikings will handle with the utmost care. So, being in uniform for the opener does not mean he will play.”I’m below; I got coach (Leslie) Frazier, then I’ve got the owner, there’s a lot of people that’s really calling the shots,” Peterson said. ”So, only thing I can do is control my part. I’ve been doing that this week. . . And before the game, I’m going to go out there and see what I can do and hopefully I will get the nod. I want to play, obviously.”Frazier has said Peterson’s participation won’t be determined until right before the game, but said a decision would likely come after watching Peterson in practice Thursday and Friday. He said there was nothing the back could probably show the team on Sunday to change any previous declarations.”I think we’d know Saturday where things are,” Frazier said. ”I don’t think we’d work him out pregame to see if he’s ready to play. We’ll have a good idea after we get through with Friday where he stands.”Frazier has pushed a cautious approach, insisting this week that if Peterson does play against the Jaguars his workload will be limited. Offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave said the team has determined an appropriate number of carries for Peterson in the opener if he suits up.Peterson said it would be difficult to accept being inactive for Sunday’s game.”It will be a hard pill to swallow,” Peterson said. ”So, hopefully that’s not the case.” read more

Kasper Schmeichel pays tribute to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha

first_imgIn a special match programme, Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has paid a heartfelt tribute to late club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.Leicester City club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and four others lost their lives after a helicopter crash outside the King Power Stadium on October 27.Schmeichel witnessed the crash and the goalkeeper wrote a tribute to Srivaddhanaprabha ahead of their home game against Burnley on Saturday.“I was on the side of the pitch standing, chatting with some of those closest to him that night and waved him off as he took off like I nearly always used to do after home games,” wrote Schmeichel, via Sky Sports.“What happened next will stay with me forever. It has replayed through my head every minute since wishing there was something more I could have done.harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“I stood for a long time at the police cordon at the back of the car park on the night of the 27th and again the next morning. Tears streaming down my face.“He made me feel 10 feet tall when I was in his company. He gave me a feeling of safety and no matter what was going on, everything was going to be okay.“I really didn’t want to leave, I couldn’t! I wanted to be near him. It seems so wrong that this was how such a great life was ended.“I will remember him laughing. He was always smiling and thinking about the positives. He was an amazing man, he had electricity.”last_img read more

How to Run Business Software Between Macs and PCs

first_imgDecember 2, 2011 Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The age-old debate has been Mac versus PC but, increasingly, small business owners must think Mac and PC.With Apple machines gaining ground on market-dominating PC business computers, more workplaces are powered by a combination of both platforms. That means business owners need to ensure that their software, documents and files can be used in-house and by clients — no matter which operating system they are created on.In our experience, we have found two main areas where small businesses may encounter problems between Macs and PCs: Microsoft Office programs not available on Macs and rich media files.So what’s the best way for businesses to get things done across both operating systems? While there is no easy answer, the good news is that if your business has made the jump to Apple, there are a variety of built-in and out-of-the-box software tools that can make your Mac more PC-compatible.Here are several options to consider:”Dual boot” your Mac. Start by installing a copy of Microsoft’s Windows 7 on your Intel-based Mac. That allows you to effectively turn your Mac into a PC whenever it suits you, using Apple’s Boot Camp software that comes built into recent versions of Mac OS X starting with Snow Leopard (v 10.6). Windows XP and Vista are supported in Leopard OS (v 10.5).On your login screen, choose between operating systems. Boot Camp will let you run Windows apps at roughly the same pace as Mac OS X tools.Related: How to Protect Your Business’s Mobile DevicesThe downside is that you’ll need to install the appropriate Boot Camp drivers and devote a sizable chunk of your hard drive to the Windows software. Apple recommends a minimum of 10 GB for Windows XP and 20 GB for the 64-bit version of Windows 7.What’s more, installing Windows is a fairly complex, time-consuming process that requires working through a lengthy instruction manual. In order to run Windows, you must to do a cold restart of your Mac, which can take several minutes per restart as programs shut down and then reboot. This can be especially frustrating when switching back and forth between Mac and Windows environments.Advanced tactics: Install a virtual desktop. There is a way around the dual boot hassle. Personal desktop virtualization software lets you run Mac and Windows programs side-by-side. We liked Parallels Desktop for Mac, an $80 downloadable application that lets you manage the Windows side of your Mac from a separate window.Windows still needs to be installed on your Mac via Boot Camp, but Parallels tears down the computing wall that separates your hybrid system.Related: Is Technology Killing Your Productivity?We found that the variety of viewing modes within Parallels made the experience nearly seamless. For example, Parallel’s Coherence mode hides the Windows desktop as it runs in the background, and the Windows apps appear in easy-to-access places on your Mac.One caveat: Windows apps are significantly more sluggish when running on Parallels than when separately booted on your Mac. If speed is what you need, Parallels is not a good option.For larger multi-platform businesses, create a network of virtual desktops. While Boot Camp and Parallels offer solutions for individual users, they can’t provide multi-platform computing for a group of workers. Instead, you’ll need a group virtual desktop provider such as Redwood City, Calif.-based MokaFive. Such a vendor will replace individual PC-on-Mac installation with a series of virtual desktops that can be managed remotely via the local network.Related: An Inside Look at Cloud-Based Microsoft Office 365MokaFive offers a reasonable 30-day free trial but overall costs can vary depending on the number seats you need to provision, the amount of Macs you own or have to buy and the software to install.But keep in mind that MokaFive involves a significant information technology investment over single computer installations and also a clear company-wide understanding of running complex software on multiple computers. Multiple virtual desktops are usually suited for larger companies.Bottom line.Without question, these cross-platform tools can be useful for occasional use of PC-based programs on Apple equipment. But keep in mind that the cost in time, equipment, software and training won’t be trivial. Unfortunately, the frustrating, bipolar Mac-PC relationship still remains somewhat polarized. Register Now »last_img read more