Exactly what Mozilla did to Debian actually.
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Windows 7 is Windows NT 6.1, not 6.5
So has everything else in production today. What's next, it'll absorb the best features of Windows 95?
We have Wine now, don't we?
I think needs to have a few of these bricks thrown through their window, then lets see how they treat their 3rd party developers and customers.
Debian lacks the 32bit libraries to make flash 32bit in nspwrapper to work. We are forced if we use 64 bit to used 64bit flash... now that thats gone... I guess I'll be installing gnash.
Hulu hasn't worked since february anyway.
I don't know about the rest of my state, but there is a large amount of Texans I know that are also upset over this. He's already been voting out, but it's too late. He's still in office till his term ends, which is enough to allow him enough time to do it.
Because a Cell processor Rack costs in the 1000$ range for a single blade.
Unlike WoW, Guildwars has quite a bit of customization for your character. I've spent hours tweaking my character to my liking. The only time I've spent more time in the customization screen is in Oblivion.
Yeah, just look at Microsoft. They have them all the time and no one seems to care.
I have to use Java Applets for my online college, but that's about it. A few online games still use Java over Flash (thank god). They are getting rarer, I must agree. I don't think it is because java is bad. It's just that the market Java was targeted to is more diluted with other 'easier' solutions like flash.
No, linux is not Posix Certified. It is Posix Compliant.
If any one attempted this test with a Arm Cortex 9A with the full 4 cores, this would be blown out of the water easily.
I think it's more of a architecture problem. The x86 is a horrible creature, which has an inefficient language. What x86 does in a huge set of instructions, Arm can often do in 2/3 that many. All Mhz does is eat more power and generate more heat. The answer is smarter digital languages.
Windows was made?
I just assumed it congealed somewhere in the C:\temp folder in dos.