Argon 18 E-118 Next
Argon 18's E-118 Next is the Canadian company's high-end offering.
THe bike comes with the Prologo Nago Evo Tri40 saddle, which, because it doesn’t have a cutout, may feel foreign and take some getting used to for those accustomed to riding a twin rail saddle.The integrated cockpit is sleek yet easy to adjust, and the brakes supply surprisingly power- ful stopping performance compared to other integrated braking systems.This bike is pictured with an XLAB Chimp ($55) cage.
The bike comes with race-ready Dura-Ace C75 wheels (not pictured here).A lower bottom bracket and longer chainstays give the E-118 Next predictable and immediate cornering capabilities, inspiring confidence through technical sections of road.The E-118 Next is proof that time-trial bikes can be both exceptionally fast and nimble.The bike comes with a full Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 component package.
Photos: John David Becker
$13,400 with Shimano Dura-Ace c75 wheels (not pictured), http://Argon18bike.com
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How to remotely fetch any file on your PC using OneDrive in Windows 10
Written by Fahad Al-Riyami
on Monday, Aug 3rd, 2015 at 08:41AM @fahdriyami
Did you know that you can now easily get access to all the files on your PC no matter where you are in the world? OneDrive in Windows 10 makes that possible, and it’s a breeze to set up.After you’ve gone through the initial OneDrive set up process in Windows 10, all you need to do enable file fetching is the following:
Step 1: Right-click on the OneDrive icon on your taskbar (the icon may be hidden so click the ‘Show hidden icons’ arrow to access it. Then click ‘Settings’
Step 2: Under the ‘Settings’ tab on the pop-up Windows, and under ‘General’, tick the checkbox that says ‘Let me use OneDrive to fetch any of my files on this PC’. Then click Ok.
Step 3: You now need to restart OneDrive. To do so, once again, right-click the OneDrive icon in the taskbar, then click ‘Exit’. Now click the Start button on the taskbar, and type ‘MicrosoftOneDrive’ then hit enter.
There you have it, you can now access any file on your PC via the OneDrive.com website. You should find you PC listed under PCs in the OneDrive.com sidebar. Note that you may be asked to enter a security code for safety purposes, particularly when trying to access you PC’s files from public computers or when in other countries.