Some have "Avoid Tunnels", which seems silly.
Here are a few reasons that option exists: some people have a fear of being trapped underground and don't want to use tunnels; depending on your country, tunnels are usually toll roads and people are averse to paying tolls when they already have to pay for a license and vehicle registration (which is supposed to go towards road building and maintenance); and lastly, GPS signals don't work underground.
You're better off having GPS than not having it
I wonder if it's actually the GPS at fault or if it's the personal assistant software like Siri and Cortana? If I trusted Siri to get "How do I get to
Any directory in the DLL search path for a normal application installed in a normal location is only writable by an (elevated) administrator user. If you can drop a random DLL file into such a folder you've already got administrator rights on the machine, so why make things any more complicated?
You've obviously never heard of ClickOnce then. ClickOnce deployment technology, available since
We certainly do not take this lightly, and we appreciate the millions of customers who have used the service, as well as the hard work and dedication of our product team over the past 4+ years.
If they had millions of customers surely that's a decent chunk of revenue
...we are committed to making it easy for our Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 customers to upgrade to Windows 10.
In other words they're making it as difficult as possible to avoid upgrading.
You know VLC for iOS will not decode AC3 -- unless you change you time zone location to somewhere outside the U.S.?
You know VLC for iOS will not even see most DLNA servers on the local network? And when it does, occasionally, list a UMS server it is unable to enumerate even its root folder contents? It would have been nice to see VLC for iOS work as well as its desktop counterparts on Windows, Linux and OS X, but I doubt that will ever happen. More license sales lost to 8player and ArkMC I guess.