Problem is that UEFI being 64-bit means that the runtime services are also 64-bit.
I think they will focus on porting to x86-64 first before implementing UEFI, given that most UEFI implementations are 64-bit.
That is because of your distro making this decision.
Ah, DR-DOS. I mentioned in my blog post about the OS/2 2.0 fiasco that Caldera took advantage of the fact that Win9x ran on top of DOS to continue its lawsuit against MS, and that OS/2 was designed as a full OS from the beginning.
Well, the Affordable Care Act is trying to ban pre-existing condition refusal and require everyone to have health insurance. Unfortunately, the only penalty that is constitutional according to the Supreme Court for failing to have insurance is a financial one.
Personally, on this laptop, it does look more whitish the more you tilt the display to the front.
The color in question is #fff8e7, BTW.
And they are trying to mandate everyone to have it to compensate for this ban. Unfortunately, the only consequence set out in the Act (and the only one constitutional according to the Supreme Court) is a financial penalty.
To make things worse, I remember Symantec improved it's resource consumption quite dramatically in the 2008 release, leaving McAfee in the dust.
So I wonder what went wrong at McAfee afterwards.
Yea, go to Control Panel->Programs and Features->Turn Windows features on or off.
The XP support ends in 2014.
IE9 and later are not affected by this zero day.
IE can be removed enough from Vista and later that it's engine is not easily used for untrusted content.
Vista did not introduce DirectWrite. Win7 did and they backported it to Vista in a platform update.