So sad we still don't have 4K square screens available for the general public. Everything else has exploded, but pixels are still lacking.
Because who in the world has ever heard of OpenSSH, right?
A kernel isn't an operating system though. I would understand the NT kernel being used in an ATM. But the full blown desktop version of Windows XP? For a dedicated single purpose device? It just doesn't make any sense.
Here's a source that says 6 out of every 10 ATMs is running a version of XP of which support will end coming April: http://www.computerworld.com/s...
In the UK, at least the nation's top 5 banks are paying Microsoft extra fees in order to keep supporting their soon-to-be-obsolete ATMs: http://www.digitaltrends.com/c...
This wouldn't be happening if the machines in question would be running the embedded version of XP, now would it?
It isn't Embedded. Support is being dropped. Why else are UK banks paying Microsoft hundreds of millions of dollars to keep supporting XP for a little while longer?
No. The ATMs in question are running XP Pro, not Embedded. The same thing is happening in the UK, where banks are paying Microsoft hundreds of millions of dollars for extended support contracts (link), just to keep releasing patches every now and then. This wouldn't be the case if the machines were on XP Embedded.
No, it isn't. Support for XP Embedded isn't dropped coming April.
Just in time to make DX12 available only for Windows 9 then
What's a desktop operating system doing on an ATM anyway?
And the result is that DX9 games are still being released, even today.
Mozilla has a page on how to use CSS variables here: https://developer.mozilla.org/...
The very existence of SASS and LESS prove CSS needs to be fixed. Introducing variables in CSS is one step in the right direction of making SASS/LESS obsolete.
The basic premise, that it is an anomaly for us to come together into a common social space, is so ridiculous that I have to wonder what her agenda is for making such a blatantly false claim.
People came together from their community to the marketplace to socialize. People came together at church every single Sunday.
You don't get it. The point is that the entire world didn't come together at the same marketplace, or the same church building, or live in the same city for that matter. It's unnatural for humans to all be in the same spot to socialize, we rather split up in groups of manageable size. That's the premise of the author. Now whether that's true or false remains to be seen, but at least understand the point the article is trying to make.
There's also http://one.com/ which offers a cloud storage service.
It would be hilarious if Microsoft was forced to change the name again *fingers crossed*
So what kept you from playing Wind Waker on your GameCuber or Wii then, if you're such a Zelda-fan?