These drives are 7 time faster than the fastest SSD, but also more expensive. That should be the other way around to be beneficial to PC users.
SSDs are currently too expensive to use as bulk storage, so normally you have a small SSD, which has the OS and other frequently accessed files and then you have a HDD which holds less used large files (i.e. video library etc.)
The HDD is an order of magnitude slower that the SSD, so this is really what is slowing down the system. This 3D XCross drive is making the part of the system that is already fast, faster.
I'm quite amazed that Vulkan will support all versions of Windows from XP onwards. So you can have the low overhead of DirectX 12 without forcing your users to upgrade to Windows 10.
I can see a lot of game developers migrating to Vulkan, just because they get more sales the more OS versions they support
So, remote execution vunerbility on nearly 1 billion devices...
I wonder how much they would have made if they had sold it on the black market, instead of telling Google about it?
Really? How big is your user profile? How big was it when you started?
because it happens over such along period time it's difficult to notice that has slowed down, but it has.
If you install Windows from scratch on a PC it will always run faster than the previous version (especially if it's being running for 7 years, as in this case). The reason is because the way Windows works. Certain system files (user profile, registery, etc, etc) continuously get bigger and bigger, so as you use it for several years the system gets slower and slower. Installing a fresh version of Windows (regardless of which version) starts everything from scratch and makes it run a whole lot faster.
I did not say you should not use it, just that the type of problems found by static analysis are minor
If you go though the problems found - non of them are serious - they are error that could potentially cause problems, but don't actually. In general, static code analysis can only improve the code quality marginally.
Here's what Wikipedia says about it:
"The United States stopped producing bulk plutonium-238 in 1988; since 1993, all of the plutonium-238 used in American spacecraft has been purchased from Russia. In total, 16.5 kilograms have been purchased but Russia is no longer producing plutonium-238 and their own supply is reportedly running low"
In fact, the Horizons project only got their supply by salvaging a spare from the Cassini mission.
Firstly, what caused the problem was not "Nuclear fear", but failure of the harpoon to hold Philea down. The solar panels would have worked fine otherwise.
Secoundly, Plutonium-238 is simply no longer available - nobody makes it anymore. The reason why is because it is created using a dangerous and expensive process by irradiation of neptunium-237.
Less dialogue, less "character development", more rampaging dinosaurs eating people.
In fact, not just Jurassic, but most films would be improved just by throwing in a few rampaging dinosaurs
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