Vista reverts to "fractional scaling", where it simply does a bilinear upscale of the application window, resulting in a blurry, god-awful mess where nothing was rendered natively.
I have to say I've never seen this on either XP or Win7. Perhaps it helps to have exactly 200% scaling so everything can be enlarged exactly. But as far as I can see, programs that aren't scaling aware (such as the command prompt window) are just rendered unscaled. Maybe it is because I have Aero turned off.
The US military M67 grenade weighs 400 grams.
A small drone like draganflyer-x6 can carry up to 270 grams (like a small digital camera)
And you still can't mount a Griffin (AGM-176) on a light surveillance drone.
The vast majority of drones owned by the Feds, law enforcement and military are sub-20 pound things like what Seattle PD tried.
Seattle PD used 3.5-pound Draganflyer X6 six-rotor helicopters
Those only fit on Predator (MQ-1) and Reapers (MQ-9), they can't put missiles on light surveillance drones
22 years come this fall.
Its completely broken with perfectly legitimate local DNS URLs.
Can you give an example of a 'perfectly legitimate URL' that doesn't work? (Hint: all URLs begin with a scheme such as http: or file:)
The fundamental problem is that you need some way to separate the program itself (which is purely functional) from whatever scaffolding and diagnostic code you put in to help test and debug it. In imperative languages you can happily mix the two together but in pure functional programming you can't, and the language environment has to provide explicit support for trace messages and the like.
How can you work when the system's so crowded?