Windows, Linux, Unix, whatever you throw at it... or use a live CD and have the full HD wide open...
They do tell everyone. It's no secret.
Cool story bro. Have anything to say relevant to the issue?
You are nuts. Guess what, I can erase OS X off my new Mac's internal drive upon receiving it without ever booting it, and run it off a live CD as well. No company on the face of the planet that sells a computer with software preinstalled advertises the amount of free space available after all the preinstalls. Here in reality, the capacity of the device is advertised, regardless of how much of it is used by any preinstalled software. Not to mention capacity is still advertised in the archaic 1GB = 1 billion bytes method, not true GB's we all use and see on our devices.
You had the option to get more storage when you bought your phone. Apple didn't force you to buy an 8gb device.
ought to be enough for anybody.
Lets see how many updates you get 2 years after you purchased your Nexus. Troll.
Some evidence to back this up? Thought so.
Hardware becomes obsolete, or at least too old to run current software. That's a fact of life, always has been. You logic is fatally flawed. Once your android phone is not able to be updated (hell it already may be) are you going to switch to something else? Once you Lenovo laptop is too old to run Windows are you going to switch to some other OS? Do you expect to pull an old 386 out of the basement and install Windows 8 on it? You're fucking stupid.
Better log off the internet, by using it you are engaging with all kinds of non-open source software.
You're missing the point - If Apple is building what you want, why pay more to build it yourself?
Yes because a business is going to purchase a Mac Pro tailored for say video editing, then 1 year later switch to high end scientific data processing? not likely.
You're a fucking moron, Apple has industry leading support available, even on the enterprise level.
Only visible to the user account it's created in. If you're letting other people use your user account, you are the problem, not the browser.
Well it's your own fault for not setting up a guest account and associating with sketchy people who you would let use your computer yet fear may steal your sensitive data. The problem is not the computer, it's you.