Because they still use the registry.
Just because you don't get what you want doesn't mean lions are getting frisky with lambs somewhere.
I wrote code for nuclear weapons and that was a requirement...not only did you write the comments, they were reviewed and approved before I could actually compile code. It was part of a method that was called PDL.
The system asks "What SSD"?
Do you think a claim would be denied if you were going over the speed limit?
I don't. Your rates would probably go up though.
Thing is, Apple does live up to it. I had a MBP with a defective GPU and Apple replaced it for me.
I don't know the back story about this issue, but it's hard to reconcile what I read on the Internet with what I personally experienced without believing that the entire story hasn't been divulged.
My personal experience trumps your
I've had things like RAZR flip phones that were held together with screws and after a while they get really loose feeling. My work laptop, a 3 yr old Dell, creaks like a haunted house when I pick it up with the display open. Not my Apple equipment. My 5 yr old MacBook Pro sems as solid today as it was when I bought it. My iPhone seems to be made from a single slab of glass wrapped with a metal band. My iPad 2 is the same way - solid feeling.
Used to be, back when the phone company was broken up, cheap home phone makers were bolting big slugs of metal in the base of their stuff to make it feel solid. Solid is good - ever slam a car door? Cheap cars have doors that rattle. Good ones don't.
People value stuff that stays solid. As long as I can get my stuff fixed, I don't care if it's me that's doing the fixing or someone else. I used to fix my own cars, now I take them in. I can't fix the ECU and have no desire to buy the equipment necessary to be able to do so.
Having a UPS on everything is a key point. Nothing looks worse than the lame email that "my xxx went out. Sent from my blackberry"
If you want it bad enough, you'll get it.
You'll have to keep at it 'till you get it. You'll have to be willing to get paid less than others who have a better background. You'll have to stick to it through the inevitable round of layoffs of those around you and may even be subject to layoffs yourself, and when that happens, you have to get right back in there and make it happen all over again.
If you never settle for less than what you want, you'll either get it or you'll find a thousand ways you can't get it, and to pharaphrase Edison, your goal is to eliminate the ways that don't work. You'll be that much closer!
And then going so far as to ask the community for wedding ideas... sorta like asking a Kardashian how to live "off the grid".
What makes you think ths was a problem?
The Iranian will find out the same way as the Trojans that you SHOULD look a gift horse in the mouth.
Google "seeread" hack
This troll is all over the net spewing this same exact crap
You won't need a data plan, just have it attach to every free wi-fi net it can and check a mail account for a message like "where are you?", and when it sees that, reply with gps coordinates.
So, everyone is arguing about somone not wanting to release their property?
yeah, I read more into this and found that there's a one way clutch on the drive wheels.