Linux user here so the exe extension isn't enough to stop me, I'd gamble it just in case
What about your PC? The bad guys can get you on that.
Yeah good luck holding out for the role reversal
I doubt the US government is going to be happy to let it slide.
I like how you only provide vague claims. Surely mr 'roll my own kernel' can give us more detail on how the sound ( or anything else) is busted. I'd like to know given Ubuntu has worked just fine for me for the past 7 years aside from a few wifi issues which haven't been a problem in at least 4 years.
Nice try Balmer but you won't stop people from leaving windows.
5 accounts, 1 is yours and 4 aren't. It gets a lot easier to deny it was you that did it.
This coming from the company trying to monopolise e-books so they can strong-arm publishers.
Not only are you publishing it but you're potentially profiting from it if you have ads run before your video. I'm not entirely sure Google has thought it through completely.
They don't own gaming. Globally they're fighting not to be in third place and that was with an advantage of being cheaper than the ps3, out a year early and more powerful than the Wii. They just have nothing special to offer.
Given the fact that nearly anyone still dedicated to even the oldest cartridge system can still play them, I think that's a non issue. They've lasted well over 20 years which is the life a disc could have due to disc rot and I wager they'll keep going after 100 years (given some systems are already approaching 50 years and that puts them around the upper lifespan of a disc and I'd say good luck on finding a xbox that has a disc drive that lasts that long.
I'm not sure what cartridges you're using but they don't bend at all. They're on a standard board like your video card. Try bending your video card in half. The NES is the only cart based system with moveable parts but they're still working and to be on the safe side I bought the top loading version too so I'm not too bothered about that.
Cartridge based games don't have moving parts and will be playable forever and their from the beginning if gaming. They'll probably hold some value but no one will care about your halo collection.
Post a screenshot of it.
You're right, it's bad software. Use Linux instead. Expecting real uptime on windows is laughable. I can leave win 7 running with nothing open and come after holiday to find it in a worse state.