The Windows 10 UI would be fine if the latency issues could be fixed (it shouldn't take between two and ten seconds for the notifications area (always) or start menu (often) to appear): the real issues with Windows 10 are the privacy invasion crap and the underlying operating system.
I'd like to see a real effort to build a modern 2-in-1 desktop for GNU/Linux, perhaps using Cinnamon as a starting point. It just takes someone who knows what they're doing, and wasn't born three days ago, completely unaware of what's been done in the past, what worked, and what didn't.
And those rights, per the industry are to go "forever plus one day".
Despite the fact that their content is often simply a variation of what's already in the public domain.
The language is actually ambiguous.
It can legitimately be read as
25.6%+ (25.6%*2.7%)=26.29% (hooray)
It'd be no different from Switzerland, Israel, or any other country that makes every man part of the military reserve.
Why should city-dwellers subsidize your chosen lifestyle.
Because city dwellers need to eat. Or would you prefer farming within city limits?
Last time I used it, the only way to modify the taskbars was to use a friggin' web browser, using a combination of an external website (and if that's down, you're SOL) and a browser plugin.
Have they recognized how utterly stupid that is yet, or is that still the functionality for desktop users?
I'm interested. Does the recording keep up even if you're using the computer as your primary workstation at the same time, or do you pretty much have to build a second computer and dedicate it to DVR duty?
Meanwhile in Australia, they're rolling out 1GB over LTE!
From the linked page: "Gigabit LTE will chew up that $100 in under 10 seconds."
Seriously, [ATSC broadcast is] great. I'm watching the game in full non-compressed HD
It's 19 Mbps: higher bandwidth than many cable TV providers but still compressed with MPEG-2 video and Dolby Digital audio. You'd have a lot fewer channels if it were actually "non-compressed".
why would you need all of them since it's double content.
They're not always "double content", as you claim, as many series are exclusive to one service. A recent article by Mark Hill used the following example:
I'm going to name eight television shows. They're all popular, critically acclaimed, or hotly anticipated, and I'd like you to guess what makes this group unique. [...]
Game Of Thrones, The Handmaid's Tale, BoJack Horseman, The Man In The High Castle, Twin Peaks (the revival), American Gods, Star Trek: Discovery, and My Brother, My Brother And Me.
[Answer:] each is exclusive to a different subscription service: HBO, Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, Showtime, Starz, CBS All Access, and Seeso, respectively. If you want to legally watch all of them, it will cost you 69 (nice) dollars a month.
The only reason to have live TV is to gossip about reality TV as if the "stars" are real and their life events matter.
That doesn't help people who live with a C-SPAN and MSNBC junkie, such as my roommate. Her favorite "soap opera" is the Trump administration. Or do you claim that U.S. politicians aren't real and the legislation they enact does not matter to U.S. residents?
If you need your pipe to be dependable, then it sounds like you're stuck a few decades back in tech time with streaming. You should come forward to the 21st century when enormous hard disks became affordable.
How do you (legally) fill such a hard drive with professionally produced video entertainment? Last I checked, Netflix was testing a pre-cache option in some regions but hadn't expanded pre-cache to its full library or to all regions where it offers service.
"It says he made us all to be just like him. So if we're dumb, then god is dumb, and maybe even a little ugly on the side." -- Frank Zappa