I already abandoned ship for Palemoon after they changed the search bar.
Ah, Slashdot quickly reporting on Reddit drama, while simultaneously suppressing the Sourceforge drama. How lovely.
Leave Frederico Caldeira Knabben out of this.
Many many applications write to HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software. Those actually go to C:\documents and settings\username\NTUSER.DAT.
Slashdot is dying, if they make it any worse, I'm leaving.
Or just add "Google Verbatim" to your search engine list:
Fortunately, VB.NET can be decompiled as C# code.
Well, here's a development environment that is still quite usable after 17 years. I'm talking about Visual C++ 6.0. If it still works 8 years later, than I guess it fits the criteria.
Because carriers are assholes and charge you more for using a smartphone on their network than using a feature phone.
Because 0% accuracy is also "Up To 92%" accuracy.
32MB is not "extremely limited hardware". I've programmed on devices with 32KB of RAM before.
But can these self-driving Big Rigs pass through solid matter, travel at unlimited speeds while moving backwards, and climb steep hills as if they're nothing?
There is App Ops, built into the OS in a hidden menu, but that has one of the worst user interfaces I've ever seen. It's pretty much unusable.
Root phone, install hosts file, problem solved. Well, solved if you can root.
SystemD seems to be really nice, when I tested out Debian Jessie, it booted so much faster than what was there before. These kind of things leave a good first impression.