As long as people could run Word Perfect 5.1 and Lotus 1-2-3 everyone was happy. I remember people hating "Windows" versions of program as they sucked so badly initially.
If I told a customer "slash" when dictating a web address, most would ask "which direction?" So, I say "forward" slash when I want to save time on the phone. And yeah, they all use Windows.
Internal SD cards aren't fully wiped during a reset. Why not just pull the card, put it in a computer card reader, format and then do an advanced wipe (I use ccleaner for wipes)? That's what I plan to do when I need to factory reset my phone. Prior to reading this I wouldn't have pulled the SD card before a reset. Now I will. Thanks for the tip.
Kaspersky is in bed with the Kremlin in the sense that Symantec is in bed with the NSA, IMO. It's a company response to friendly pressure from their national governments to expose information that suits their purposes. If it was deeper than that, international companies like Kaspersky would quickly become local firms as customers shop elsewhere.
Maybe multiple gravitational lensing is somehow confusing things. That or the universe took fertility pills and had quadruplets.
Google (US News link) says its King Saud University. Other Arab schools rank #1 in specific fields of engineering. Seemingly trick questions like yours are easy to answer these days without any previous knowledge of the subject.
If the term "dinosaur" means "early adopter", than yes.
Formerly free? I think the descendants of slaves would like a word with you. The USA has only been truly free for wealthy families since it was a group of colonies.
Windows version numbering may go away. But, build numbering will always exist.
I skimmed though Seagate's paper. At first glance, it appears to have a hidden agenda. That is to make hard drives preferable to solid state drives for everyday use, as Seagate primarily sells hard drives. For long term storage that is what is generally done anyway due to cost, along with tape. For performance, 120+ GB SSD's cannot be beaten, one on one, by any hard drive. Does anyone know of data that indicates that (non-OCZ) drives lose data over time during use, not when powered off for many months after use? Seagate's paper may not be useful if it doesn't correspond to real world use.
Media Center began in XP Media Center Edition 2004. It was improved and made more stable in XP MCE 2005. Vista was the result of MS trying to tack SQL onto NTFS. Longhorn took over ten times longer to boot because of it and was eventually killed. Vista, while slow to boot was an improvement. Media Center continued in Vista. Since Media Center was already several years old when Vista was released, I don't think it's "entire concept" was to become an entertainment center. That was simply a feature that was continued from XP MCE 2005. Now, with all the serious rewriting going on with Windows 10, Media Center is not a priority. If enough people demanded it, by, posting at insider.windows.com, it just might be put in Windows 10 some day.
We are a ways away from not being able to shrink dies further using known technologies. One atom, in this context, is much smaller than 10 nm. The range is 0.1 to 0.5 nm using various methods of calculating the atom's diameter (see link following). . Source on atom size: http://hypertextbook.com/facts...
I wonder if anyone is addressing this problem by researching how to deflect the space radiation by designing meta-materials, with a negative refraction index, that would function at the specific energies and wavelengths that would cause damage to neurons. This might take decades, but seems like one possible solution. If you can't block the radiation, move it around you.
How do we know you're not part of a competing firm, like Symantec? Posting as AC doesn't give us any reason to believe that your statements are true and plenty to doubt their veracity. I use 360 TS. If the company genuinely sucks, I'd like evidence of it, not anecdotes. Please post some links that can verify your comments. Have there been any incidences of Qihoo bullying firms outside of China? Are they trying to be a 1990's Microsoft-style company?
There is no upsell, that I can see, when there is no charge for either product. How can there be a bait and switch when it's free? "Here's a nice AV. But wait, here's a better one. Gonna cost ya... nothing."