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+ - Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Release Candidate Leaked->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Service Pack 1 (SP1) Release Candidate (RC) for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 includes previously released updates and delivers a number of powerful new features for Windows Server 2008 R2 for virtualization and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). New techniques in memory management with the addition of Dynamic Memory functionality, as well as the ability to deliver full-fidelity graphic experiences in remote and virtualized environments with RemoteFX, enable organizations to realize the greatest possible potential from their infrastructure."
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Comment: Re:OK ... (Score 5, Insightful) 202

by jaryd (#32210994) Attached to: No HTML5 Hulu Anytime Soon
It's probably more along the lines that Hulu isn't interested in rushing out an HTML5 app that will cost X to develop while their current client works perfectly well for the majority of their customers.

Rather than retooling their website it is more logical to do what they are actually doing and code a standalone app that will probably get rejected from the app store.

Comment: Faked? (Score 1, Troll) 265

by jaryd (#32189196) Attached to: Stanford Robot Car Capable of Slide Parking
A youtube comment points out there are people in both the driver and passenger seats. The person in the driver seat looks to be spinning the wheel, and then ducks down as the car comes to a stop. There is a response from the uploader claiming the driver is there for "safety reasons" -- pretty dubious in my opinion. What is safe about a driver and passenger inside an autonomous car? Don't they have remote kill switches for that?

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