Getting There – it isn’t always the fun part

Our trip to Austin was not the smoothest excursion.

Fans spill out onto the track after Räikkönen wins the 2018 US Grand Prix.

But we finally made it to COTA, joined friends for a great time and watched an exciting race with a nail-biter of a finish.
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Fix for Visual Runtime Errors

If you’re a Windows user and use Adobe software there’s a good chance you’ve run into this funky error message announcing something called the Visual Runtime Library is missing or corrupt.

The program can’t start because MSVCR110.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.

The fun part is you probably have several versions of these libraries and guessing which one is causing the trouble requires time and expertise. Most support sites simply suggest uninstall/reinstall of one or all of the Visual Runtime Libraries. Not rocket science– but still time-consuming.

There must be a better way!
There is. I found a legitimate solution on the site Major Geeks. They have a handy  Windows utility that will fix all versions from Vista to Windows 10. It removes all existing instances of the C++ runtimes and then reinstalls all the latest versions.

MajorGeeks Visual C++ Runtime Fixer Upper Thingy

 

I Let My Pickup Expire

The ugliest grille design ever conceived?
Yes, truly a face only a mother could love. But that’s not the point.

This new Lexus could be scaring small children away from your driveway— by subscription. It’s a new ownership model several car manufacturers are working on.

More automakers will soon offer vehicles through subscription services. Lexus today announced its upcoming UX crossover would be available through one and Bloomberg published a report today stating BMW is about to announce a subscription pilot. These automakers join a growing list of makers offering models through new financing vehicles. Currently, Volvo, Cadillac, Ford and…

via BMW and Lexus look to car subscriptions — TechCrunch