If I can successfully connect to a hotspot, this doesn't mean I own that hotspot or have any right to grant access to it to third parties. Someone's being an idiot, and this time, for a change, I suspect it's not Microsoft.
Just fetching adependency package, if you catch my drift.
It is a well-known fact that all Samsung software is utter crap. I have long suspected that this statement should admit a nice elegant generalization, and here it is.
Jokes aside, why third party software should ever be allowed to change UAC settings?
What is true OO and how C++ prevents me from doing it? Show some code.
Just slide-show the actual court order instead of the video.
There's a slight difference between "amateur hobbyist" and "privately funded company".
Use an ad blocker, kids.
You build race cars, we build family sedans, mmkay?
Bzzzt! wrong. If I trust you, I will verify your work. If I don't trust you, I won't even bother to look at it.
Trust is about honesty, not about infallibility.
I thought it was a limerick.
How do you know it's a storage device? Because it looks like one? Could it be a programmable HID perhaps?
I think the last OS with autorun enabled by default was Windows XP.
It was fun while it lasted.
printf("Copied %n file%s\n", n_files, n_files > 1 ? "s" : "");
There are languages with more than two grammatical numbers. There are languages that use different word order with different numbers. You need to redesign your simple and easy printf statement to accommodate them, and the outcome is bound to be anything but simple and easy.
How much is this in bushels per acre?
50g? Ridiculous. Start with 1/10th of that.