A secure kernel, running a well written web interface
You may be wishing for a bit much with these little trash devices. You are correct in that they only way to get things to improve would be to hold manufactures responsible for the security of their devices by law but until then we can expect more things like this.
There's almost as many Linux users as Mac, which means the Mac sample is largely being reported based on the people who explicitly requested it.
There's no logic here.
They may have embarked on forced migration after I left, but the numbers are based on an opt-in pilot
Yeah, I think TFA says they have left the pilot stage.
Being inflexible while IT moves forward is not a good solution. Regardless of the tech or problems.
They were not self sorted. Computers were assigned by department ie finance, circulation & marketing had PCs, ads, news & prod had Macs. There were strong & weak users in every dept. So user experience is averaged out.
It was the OS.
Yes, I'm sure the 100,000 users at IBM fit perfectly into your binary selections.
They're not self-selecting at a rate of 1300 people per week...
The IT dept is migrating them.
Don't act like you have more insight into IBM's support issues that the head IT guy at IBM.
The only people who doubt this story are those that have never used both Windows and Mac computers extensively.
I'd put one caveat.
*supported Win & Mac extensively.
I worked at a newspaper. We were 2/3 Mac, 1/3 Win. Windows users were at least half the support time, if not more.
Who else's fault would it be that Windows requires 3x more support?
The South Will Rise!
There isn't a vote that will make this change.
LOL. You're the same fucking idiot who was paying 10x for ammo when Obama took office.
The gun companies sucked you dry. I hope you enjoyed it.
Bilk? They have to sign up for it.
But nice, stupid try.
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