WTF are you talking about? I've just checked, your recent posts are basically the same thing over and over and over again, just with somewhat different wording.
Seems that you are an actual bot. Or insane.
This is sort of a strange argument, given that South Korea has been democratic for barely 30 years.
CHrome and Edge are rolling release just like Firefox.
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What's the percentage in desktop users?
By very roughling adding up the mobile browsers figures (i.e. I didn't bother to sum up every 0.06% there) and removing them the 7% figure is turned to over 16%.
If say 1 billion desktops access the web that's not a small figure. Ok tone that down a bit, then Firefox perhaps has up to 100 million users.
a PC isn't able to know if a floppy was inserted into a drive, hell it can't even know if the floppy drive is connected or not hahaha.
As far as I know it did nothing, but there was a cool message left by the author in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM or C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32.
Well it was "cool", and it was warm too. Thanks, buddy! I wish you could reply in my
Yep I have buddies with cable at home and it's good, but 30 megabits down and a few up. The low latency is the most noticeable thing, web pages load as if it were on a LAN and that's hugely better. But I doubt they will be in a hurry to upgrade to DOCSIS 3.1 or a european equivalent.
Historically though, antenna TV was the norm for the vast majority of the population, even at the turn of the century. There was a fad of building cable TV in the 80s and 90s but that's in specific neighborhoods and some public subsidized housing. Then there was a fad of satellite TV (digital) in the 90s and 2000s which allowed a similar selection of many channels without the need for infrastructure. Later still, TV over DSL is very popular, starting from the mid 2000s.
So the cable infrastructure isn't there
I'm a believer at least in rural fiber. Yes it's useful and cheap there and there is a demography problem there as farmers are aging and everybody left. They should be scrambling to bring fiber there, it should be profitable and yet another capitalist crisis is looming because investors have too much money and nothing worth investing into.
Well, as a desktop user I'm used to the higher reliability of Ubuntu / Mint and debian made some bad moves before already :
- Debian 6 : to protect your freedom, no wifi drivers are included. (Gave away a desktop that it turns out couldn't access the Internet)
- Debian 7 : no official desktop anymore. Well, there's Gnome 3 but why would you put that on an i486 distro?
- Debian 8 : why should I care? Buying a graphics card for getting drivers that play better with a 3D desktop is asking a bit much. But if I come across a 256MB computer I'll sure install text-mode debian and raw lxde on that. It is a bit late, though, those perfectly working Pentium III / BX chipset PC went into the trash.
Talk to AMD, yes. They sell 4GHz CPUs that lose to Intel's 3GHz CPUs.
France. I should have been clearer maybe, it's POTS lines and the filters/splitters, but I believe the ISP may not bother providing the plain voice service.
You mean, they want to run VoIP over IP? How rude.
At&t should allow for a dedicated low bandwith link with end-to-end connection, so you can run your VoIP without bad quality, jitter and lost packets.
Can't speak for netflix but SD video is definitely worth watching. Who cares? A computer monitor isn't a giant TV.
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