I recently visited my local Sears store, and noticed they still had the same registers from 1990, when I worked for them.
I don't see anything about being able to use a joystick to fly in this game; which was a disappointment for me with EVE online, flying by point and click isn't the same.
They stacked the deck by channeling the proton streams at each other. (insert Ghostbusters reference)
It's the difference between the odds of getting into a traffic accident while driving to work vs. on a demolition derby track.
but.. but... NUKLEAR!
Yes, there is a program run by a Professor Charles Xavier that can teach that.
The fact that they are liars should just be admissible in every court case they have or will testify in.
Every case in the past that depended on their testimony should be retried; and they billed for the expense.
"they work for peanuts, literally"
By 'E. Indian' did you mean 'Elephants (Indian)'?
... and I hate those spies always sapping my sentries.
My Dad was a wiring inspector for Boeing; he did the wiring in our house.
I don't fly.
... Metallica isn't real metal.
OK, replying to myself, after doing more reading.
I guess the software under attack is designed to stop limited exploits from becoming big ones, and it's referring to the image in the
I'd describe it as like knowing how to use a coathanger to unlock a car door.
If you are able to arbitrarily modify system
Sounds an awful lot like today's Old New Thing post: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/oldnew...
I'm talking about major changes to the IO system to reduce the number of redundant write operations, and to align those operations (and paging) with the native block size of the device.
An SSD drive should last much longer under Win 8+ than older versions.
It's pretty simple actually.
Versions that add support for major new hardware/API's suck, until driver/application developers catch up with the new tech (including Microsoft internal developers...)
(1x) 1.0 > 2.0 > 2.1 I think I was still using an Amiga that generation... So I don't recall the details.
(3x) So 3.0 > 3.1 > 3.11 (Cooperative Multitasking, Protected memory mode)
(4x) 95 > 98 > 98 SE (Explorer, TCP/IP, COM interfaces)
(5x) (2K/ME) > XP > XP SP2 (an actual, but underused security model, removal of Real mode DOS, SFP, System Restore)
(6x) Vista > (Marketing skip) Seven > Seven (with patches) Added real 64 bit support, native IPv6, No longer Administrator as default user.
(8x) 8, 8.1, 9 (Tablet interface, SSD support, 'Metro'/RT)