Will Btrfs work well on this version? It says that the kernel is 3.16.7, and the newest kernel is 4 versions ahead, and the Btrfs wiki claims that it's best to use the newest kernel possible.
Getting robots to help with desertification is a lot easier if you have a flying time machine, and can go to the future to get said robot, then send the robot back 400 years ago to replant all the trees.
Sounds doubleplusgood to me.
I've never seen WPF used before. Forms are used much more than WPF.
Mark Russinovich is the guy who made the Sysinternals suite of programs, which are highly valuable utilities for your system. I've gotten great use out of Filemon and Procmon so many times.
I still use Midnight Comannder's editor (mcedit) whenever I need to edit text in a Linux terminal. I find it a lot more user-friendly than any other terminal-mode text editor.
Vi is downright arcane. You need to hit i before you can type, and you need to hit Escape
Meanwhile, in mcedit land, you just hit F9, which is clearly labelled as "pull down", and menus appear. You can see what your options are, and carry out commands. This is why GUIs are awesome, it shows you the possibilities.
For the TVs that interpolate frames to make up new intermediate frames, the motion is fake. It's content that didn't exist before, and is being generated by the TV.
Sounds like that goes back to the "lack of standard ABI" problem. C lets you specify exactly what you want explicitly, but C++ has no consistent ABI, you get different results depending on which compiler you use.
If it's Crossplay, then there is no gap.
Didn't it say "3G *AND* LTE"? LTE usually refers to 4G.
Everyone runs Admin on XP anyway, so privilege escalation is less of a problem than it could be.
Everyone who talks about ME and XP and the Even/Odd rule seems to forget the elephant in the room: Windows 2000. Really great operating system.