And how exactly, will they differentiate people? Nation? Date of birth?
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...or you've only been hit by professional trojans, viruses and worms as opposed to adware and scareware. XP is bad not only because it's exploitable, but because it's exploited *without the user noticing*.
Ever wondered why your Internet connection is so slow? Ever wondered how spammers manage to send such volumes of mail? How do you know your computer isn't lurking on irc://evil.net/DDoSonDemand, waiting for a signal to take down an anti-NATO blog?
It's not a coincidence that most of the malware we see looks
Link to Original Source
I prefer sharing the title bar, and showing it only on demand. Having both a tab bar and a separate window bar seem pointless.
Authenticity can be displayed by coloring the scrollbar
What happened to that annoying K in all names of the K Desktop Environment?
Yes we will. We'll distribute custom images and install them onto our phones.
First one buys the phone, then one buys the OS. Android seems like a fine choice.
The only problem is manufacturers not specifying interfaces to the hardware. Do not buy hardware for which full specifications are not available as you won't be able to utilize the hardware is you wish.
That's why everything is standardized. That way you can patch your kernel and win32 and unix subsystems without braking your window manager and web browser.
Imagine if OEMs bundled Opera and dwm with their hardware.
I'm sorry, but if you've bought a computer that brakes horribly when you try to use it and make it execute code, you've been ripped off. Check if your warranty's expired.
One downloads updates from one's distro's repos. That will be Windows Update if you can't be bothered to choose an distro on your own.
Isn't that the main idea behind SIP, anyway?
Whats wrong with a list?
Anyone checked what that Perl snippet writes on stdout yet?
Probably Just Another Easter Egg
I take you're perfectly fine with ISPs prioritizing traffic to/from certain IP addresses (e.g. throttling access to popular TOR gateways and widening logical pipes to Fox), then?
It's like Google just stopped marketing itself as the good, open giant. Have the hired all the best hackers already?
Oh, you mean M-x M-c M-spy-on-my?