Updates can be set to only download over unmetered connections.
That said, if Iran is serious in its claim that it doesn't want nuclear weapons and only wants peaceful nuclear technology, it should sign and ratify the various nuclear test ban treaties.
Are you joking? Iran signed those treaties years ago!
Dunno what your problem was - I've been running Windows 10 via KVM and VirtualBox since 10041. Works well with the KVM virtio drivers.
Yeah, sounds like microsoft
Seriously? did you read the summary? which states its a linux platform?
At least he's doing something practical, unlike the idiot we have here in Oz.
I'm installing VS 2015 CTP as I type, the cross platform mobile options in the installer are Apache Cordova *and* Xamarin. It shall be interesting to see how it works out in practice.
I've used C# Java and Delphi extensively for years now, I'd say C# the language, bears a lot more similarities to Java than Delphi.
I activated my VPN after seeing the headline, I keep forgetting to do that.
I should trial configuring it on my router.
Really tempting, have been considering it.
I wonder if its a problem with the power supply quality - some houses get bad power spikes
Nothing funnier - and sadder than the libtards who imagine the government quakes in fear of them using their guns to overthrow it.
You place a lot of trust in extensions. This won't exactly stop malcious code, but it will provide a level of accountability.
And it does not seem all that different from the requirement to sign packages for distro repositores, and we all accept that.
If you are running a small business AD environment, especially if its virtualised, we've had a good experience with webroot. Pushing it out via group policy, easy to manage and track centrally via its webconsole and doesn't kill your shared network storage.
Plays nice with other virus checkers to, we also use malware bytes free for random scans of desktops.
I work for a small company that signs its code - pretty much required if you want to install in any enterprise these days.
Its a certificate chain - we purchase a cert from a provider such as Verisign. They request basic proof of identity - business registration, contact number etc. They create a cert for us signed by them. Their cert is signed by Microsoft.
We sign our app with our cert - anyone accessing the binary signed by us can verify it hasn't been alterated and our cert was signed by Verisign, which was signed by Microsoft.
Note that all this provides is proof that the exe was created by us. It in no way guareentees that we aren't distributing our own malware etc. But what it does provide is a way of tracing a exe back to the signer.
Do they get fined just a little bit more for having the luxury of being fined in Australia?
Funny *and* insightful
Wish the mod system could do that.