Wine runs Foobar2000, so it is ready for me.
Why not mandate faster changes? Like cut in half in 1 year. Yes it may be painful and costly (if there is no tax incentive) but the results are worth it.
I know a family that recently paid Comcast 15k to run a Comcast line down a private road and to their home, and most the the town already had service if they wanted it. So, Comcast does not connect everyone, unless they are willing to pay if you live in a area deemed not profitable enough to run cable to the homes.
Yes, but that is because the developers are now required to test their own code before it goes to testing, so that things don't break as much during each sprint of coding.
My 2012 Nexus 7 was getting unbelievable slow, then I did a factory reset and it was speedy again. I, also use tools to tweak what programs run at start up, which has helped a lot, too.
Then switch to SSH instead of VPN and tell your browser to access the tunnel via a socks proxy.
The only distribution that runs on everything, and gives the complete MS Windows experience with the power of Linux.
Netflix Roulette, we barely had time to enjoy you.
Not any more. Last year HP sold WebOS to LG
As of last weekend, it is in the process of being forked. New community site here
One place I do tech work for have POS's that require Net access because part of the services link into API's for UPS, FexEx, and USPS for realtime transactions. The POS software and shipping software get updates regularly, whether it be bug fixes, feature improvements, or shipping rates updates. The POS, also, can links into a noreply email to send people invoices and tracking. Safe guards: being placed on a separate isolated network from the main one, strict firewall settings, intrusion detection, and a good host file. CCs are not processed on them at all, since there are handled by dedicated machines from merchant services on a dedicated landline.
Foobar2000 runs perfectly under WINE on Linux and OS X. I have been using it for years without any problems. So far, the only flaw I have found is that it does not find new music placed into your media folder after it finishes scanning for new files during start-up, so you have to restart the thing to help it find music just added.
Maybe, if I could print it!
They would avoid this problem if they had multi-accounts setup on their device with parental controls set locking all programs except the ones they approve of for the kids account.
Actually, it can. You can use Google Docs offline mode, play locally stored music and videos, test network connectivity and use SSH with the Secure Shell app.