It's still working for me. Would you like a screenshot of my Win7 tray with no Win10 nagger?
That's why I commented. I don't know why people are bothering with the registry to disable a program they can just not opt to install.
Just uninstall the update and hide it.
Of course, it will be unhidden in a month or so, but just check your updates before installing them and hide it again.
Okay, that is actually pretty tedious, and MS are jerks for putting us through it. But it is doable.
public gets access to some much-desired accountability.
The problem is that the public may not have access. In many places, the video is only accessible by the police.
And aren't these the same?
Firstly, within the CPU, there were multiple functional units
... which could operate in parallel; so it could begin the next instruction while still computing the current one ....
Secondly, the CPU itself contained 10 parallel functional units
... so it could operate on ten different instructions simultaneously.
These main cables form a parabola
A cable hanging under its own weight forms a catenary, not a parabola. I presume that still applies when you hang a roadway from it.
more than twice as popular
... as all other operating systems combined
That's just a dramatic way of saying “>67% market share.”
Not only were rockets working, they had been in practical use for centuries.
Maybe this would be correct if we said “outer space rockets” specifically. The principles were pretty well understood, but we couldn't yet build one.
Sustainable fusion reactions aren't quite reality yet.
"Ada is PL/I trying to be Smalltalk. -- Codoso diBlini