Civ V, X-COM, Borderland, Left 4 Dead, Half Life, DOTA 2, CS-GO, EU are just _some_ of my favourite that run on SteamOS. Did you want the full list? It's over 300 games...
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Have you noticed that Microsoft loves to tell developers how their Windows application need to look, but break their own rules with Office, VS and other products of theirs. Constant change and inconsistency is the modus operandi of the day.
Addendum to my previous gripe: Looks like Microsoft wants to transform the title bar into another toolbar. Let's put buttons everywhere! Who needs consistency?
For me, the ugliest element is the title bar. The dark blue and black elements are very difficult to see (no contrast). Furthermore, the title bar buttons look like they are mis-aligned.
You should look up, up, down, down, left, right, left and right or somewhere around there? That where I use to find my easter eggs.
Ya, just like reading Slashdot.
Or even worst, replying to comments!!!
"There were a lot of rumored features of the Xbox One"
They were not rumors, but facts. Microsoft backpedaled on most of them. Short memory span or shill?
Actually, it was indeed called Phoenix, then Firebird and finally Firefox.
(User of Firefox since the Phoenix days)
I'm wondering who is 'winning' from this deal?
"killall --user myself --signal SIGKILL"
Sounds like the type of code a VB developer would write on Linux.
Why would a patch for an IDE lock up an OS?
Is Microsoft able in any way to create products that are not intractably entrenched in their OS?
Are you sure you're not thinking of Pascal?
...or hearing deteriorates after ~30 years of listening to loud music in their car
I LOVE the Windows' event log. Messages are short and precise. Messages such as: The operation failed: HRESULT 0xFF0SUX2BU
I second that!