Unpredictable garbage collection.
Unpredictable garbage collection.
My main complaints with that suggestion are the 3DS screen is like 3 or 4 inches, my laptop is a 17 inch which is a lot like a small TV.
Which is generally irrelevant when you're holding a portable unit like 3ds, since it's closer to you, therefore bigger screen.
I would have to buy 2 3DS which would come to about 3 or 4 hundred dollars.
You could get player 2 to get his own.
All to play a couple of games I used to own before my storage locker was robbed.
This is why having insurance is good.
Or I can emulate the games on the machine I want to play on, my big very nice laptop.
Which doesn't really help quality since pixel graphics tend to look worse on higher resolution screens.
But I have ZERO interest in buying two 3DS machines so I can get an inferior experience to the one I am already getting.
As an owner of current generation consoles, handhelds and a decent PC gaming rig, I believe I have a well rounded experience. I'm not seeing an inferior experience on equipment like 3DSes and I get the impression you're trying to justify something that isn't really a problem.
So I should bring a Wii and a TV to a coffee shop as opposed to a laptop and two controllers..
No, bring in two 3DSes, why are you being stupid?
Your first mistake was being an asshole. How do I know? Because people, as a rule, are lazy. I'm lazy. You're lazy. We're all lazy. So why, I'm forced to ponder, are so many people intent on fucking with you that it overcomes their natural laziness?
I've seen this happen to software developers who happen to not make complicated, hard feature some community wants. That's not being an asshole.
I have a fairly new, fairly fancy phone running Android Lollipop, the recently degraded performance of which leads me to believe that it's infected with malware. That, and a friend who noticed a lot of strange activity coming from my phone's IP â" sorry, I don't have the logs
I don't believe your friend. Verify it yourself first.
Cool something, bro.
I can't reproduce your claims, nor find evidence of it happening on Google with regards to GPOs.
The closest thing I am aware of is Windows resetting GPOs on a system upgrade (as opposed to updates). But that has been expected behaviour since Windows 2000.
I'd recommend you take at least the Microsoft course 50255C (or a more modern) to learn how GPOs work from a Microosft learning partner.
Hope nobody here is a system administrator at a hospital or doing contract work for a medical specialist.
As someone who does Windows system administration, I was able to very quickly figure out which GPOs effect these KBs. As someone whom has ran active diectory systems, I controlled when Windows updates were deployed and which.
If you're a system administrator and making these comments, your knowledge is poor, get the proper training. Look at course 50255C (or a more up to date one) from a Microosft learning partner.
Please someone sue, we'll be sharpen our axes and lighting torches.
Microsoft delivered exactly what people wanted. They wanted Windows 10's data collection to match previous versions of Windows, so Microsoft accommodated them.
Stuff like Avast's DNS protection will override that.
Let me preface this by stating that I think most programs to use computers in school are trash, and less effective than traditional teaching methods.
My personal opinion is that schools shouldn't be doing this to begin with if they don't understand technology. They will only set false expectations and poor knowledge forward in students with it.
How about give the fucking money to someone like ME who has lived in poverty pretty much my whole life!? I'd buy my way out of this shitty country (USA) and into Europe.
As someone that could be considered a nomad and has moved countries, you don't need much money to move. You can even move regularly if you wanted. You have to be willing to travel and move light though. It's also going to be out of your comfort zone, because you would need to go ahead with a plan that has limited visibility in the details behind it.
Then I'd invest some of the money in a permanent residence (probably in Germany)
Get a job in Germany, get a credit card, pay off your monthly expenses on the credit card, pay off the credit card every month (build up your credit rating for four years), save up for a deposit (for four years), get a mortgage for your house. These are things you can do.
'd go to college (its free there)
Wrong, it's public universities and enrolment, administrative fees are not free. That said, it would likely cost for food, rent etc. about 10,000 Euro a year. You cannot make use of the welfare system while studying. Above undergraduate qualifications, you have to meet even more conditions to avoid necessity to pay a variety of fees.
I honestly enjoy my work, but I have shown myself that I can be even happier not working just fine for a pretty long stretch. If I could have 3 months off a year I could stop bumping into burnout so often. My real fear is that by time I can retire, or at least slow down the hamster wheel I am stuck on, I will not be able to physically do the things I really enjoy anymore.
As I prepare to take my weekly flight out for work, this is a fear that I think about every week.
People like Bruce will fill the position with minimum wage and little power to exercise. Bruce would be the fall guy.
But muh constitutions!
In space, no one can hear you fart.