I've been running it since November and I love it. It was really flaky at first, especially with audio and video playing issues, but that's all been smoothed out and it's running great, faster than Windows 7 even, on my 6 year old desktop machine. And it worked fine and automatically installed all the drivers on my fairly new work laptop.
Just my opinion but I still don't get the outright hatred other than just the familiar slashdot anti-microsoft groupthink.
There was this movie that among other things was about unintended consequences that can happen if you have conflicting policies / instructions.
And my job has a policy against going to imdb.com from work
So what's the name of the movie then please?
Annoyance #2, actually dealbreaker, is how they've made the OS almost broken if you don't use a Microsoft account login. This means that your computer's login is the same password as your email address, and is out of your control. Microsoft or anyone pressuring them can get into your (their) computer since they control the password. It is way to easy for SOHO users looking for time-wasters in the Microsoft store to convert the local account into their own user login and lock out everybody including admin. The email address of the logon is proudly displayed on the logon screen to unauthenticated users, with no way to turn this off.
Stop spouting non-sense. This is totally false. I've been running Windows 10 since November on my work laptop and since January on my home desktop. You only need to use a Microsoft account to get access to the App Store. This access is easier if you use the Microsoft account as your Windows User account so you don't have to log in every time you use the App Store, but Windows 10 will happily let you use regular old Windows User accounts.
"Total Annihilation" are literally the first two words in the article.
"Ur" is a fairly common way to represent an origin or prototypical item of a set, as in a "ur-language" would be the mother tongue from which other languages spring. It seem to be being used in this context to mean more "all-encompassing", or a back to roots type thing, but the meaning still applies.
Why am I responding to an AC troll....
It's already on the InterWebs and just a matter of time before it's everywhere.
Except that it's not on the torrents yet:
The only people we know for sure who have the movie are Sony (who aren't releasing it) and the hackers (who definitely aren't releasing it)
And this idea is stupid as well. It looks like he thought "Hey, lots of sites have moderation systems, why not twitter" and then realized that it, like all moderation systems, would have some problems. How does that rate a whole discussion?
Is there a chrome extension that blocks slashdot stories with "Bennett Haselton" yet?
You just need a ".edu" email address and sign up at DreamSpark
That's not what the OP wanted. Specifically, which stream has teh boobies.
That would be a totally different site, myfreecams.com
Duhh. Neither does the artist make any money.
So? The copy doesn't mean that downloader would have ever given any money to the artist if that was the only way to obtain the file, they might (probably) would have just gotten something else for free instead (or be willing to pay a lower, but not offered in the marketplace, rate). That's why we have all these new methods of paying artists like donations (pay what you want), kickstarter (like for the latest Zach Braff movie), indiegogo, etc. (as well as the traditional methods like t-shirts and swag and concerts, seeing the movie in the theater for the theater experience)
These are inherently ephemeral goods; there is no real world resource loss. Whether they get paid once or a billion times, the amount of work has not changed. Even if they never get paid, like plenty of artists who work their whole lives at their craft and never even make rent money.
If you can't make money doing what you are doing, then do something else.
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