FX!32 ran programs at about 66% of their normal speeds. It wasn't that bad. They bothered because there wasn't any native Alpha NT programs at the time.
You guys are already ruining craft beer by flooding it with cheap IPA and ever increasing levels or bitter. Its not a pissing contest to see who can stand the most bitter chocolate or beer.
1600 solar panels have shown up at local pawn shops.
Because they assume everyone uses a phone with a 4 inch screen.
Hey if you feel guilty you can always cut them a check...
Oh I have nothing against FVWM. My point was 20 years later Microsoft is pushing a UI design that looks extremely dated.
You have maybe three kinds of hammers. Standard claw hammer for nailing, A sledgehammer with two blunt faces, and a ball peen hammer to concentrate the force. A quick check on Wikipedia shows a claw hammer design from the 16th century that looks exactly like a hammer made today. What does color have to do with it?
It still looks like flat Windows 8 icons. What am I supposed to be seeing? Looks about as good as FVWM did in the 90s.
Change for the sake of change. Programmers can't grasp the fact that maybe there is an ultimate end design. A hammer made today still looks like a hammer from a century ago. There is a reason for that.
Nobody is saying to cut funding to infrastructure that keeps the country running. My point is the government spends money totally unchecked. Cut all the waste and paper pushers who do nothing. I bet you could lay off half the federal government and nobody would even notice.
Seriously. It's going to cost a fortune to replace my 1680x1050 display when it dies.
Try and find a new computer with Windows 7 installed. There aren't many. I'm not even sure if the big names still offer the "downgrade".
IoT is going to fizzle out just like X10 did. Nobody asked for this technology.
Giving the government more money is like giving booze to an alcoholic.
and people still don't learn? If you find something like this keep your mouth shut. No good will come from you bring it to their attention.