spoken like a true cunt!
spoken like a true cunt!
you sound like the ideal Trump supporter! And you're a fuckwit!
at "delete all the Java installers".
How would you know? He outright lies about things, that could be one of them.
A "hardware failure" forced the shutdown of several Vax processing systems
There, fixed that for you...
why do you think (s)he wants to print standard bricks? are a you a complete fuckwit?
You're a fucking moron.
I think you're a fluffer for lightsabers.
The TSA is improving, and not missing as many.
...the company offered paid users who don't want their personal details exploited in a way that they didn't initially sign for the option of closing their accounts before the change of business plan. Otherwise, it's a crass bait-and-switch.
And how is Thanshin not equal to and AC? Is it tied to your real name, address, etc? No? I guess your an AC by a different name.
We no longer tolerate fundamentalist christians teaching 'creation' in place of science, nor allow them to trample women's reproductive rights.
That's right, we no longer tolerate them. Instead we elect them to congress, which (mostly) ensures they never accomplish anything.
I wish everyone would quit with the alien stories already.
It's obviously ghosts.
Sorry for the (partially) offtopic reply, but I just saw your question about Trusted Network Connect here.
I haven't been hearing much new news about Trusted Computing or Trusted Network Connect recently. Ordinarily I'd consider that a good sign that it wasn't moving forwards, however it's looking more like a successful slow-quiet-rollout strategy. Both Microsoft and Google make the Trust chip mandatory on phones, and Microsoft has declared that it's mandatory on all desktops and other devices in a few months. all new devices and computers must implement TPM 2.0 and ship with TPM support enabled , starting one year after the Win10 release. (Apparently August of this year.) The whole design of Win10 is to force rolling updates. It could get ugly if Microsoft simply pushes out all sorts of Trusted Computing crap as non-declinable "routine updates".
The phone lockdowns are definitely leading the way. Microsoft says phone manufacturers must prohibit users from turning off secureboot, and it looks like Google is also enforcing enforcing secure boot which (so far) permitting you to then drop to an eternal-nag non-Trusted mode. Sigh. Not good. I wouldn't be surprised if desktops also use a transition step of enforcing an eternal-nag-mode if you try to opt-out of Trusted Computing. At some point support can simply be ended for the nag-mode option. Then there's no opt-out at all.
Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd. - Voltaire