Designated slapping streets?
Designated slapping streets?
So what if Apple won't offer a sane, standardized solution? How about you just STOP BUYING APPLE CRAP!?
Also, most PCs aren't powerful enough to really run VR.
Well, that's a given: you need more power to run any game as VR, because a good VR experience requires higher resolution and framerate than regular gaming.
That yacht is a damn fugly thing, though.
It's in my list of things I do immediately after installing Firefox to make it usable:
1. restore title bar and menu bar
2. do not close window when closing last tab
3. do not hide http url prefix
My brain parses "://" as gibberish and reads that logo as "moz a".
The tale of Windows Phone is one of absolute hubris. Let me tell you the ways.
Microsoft thought, just by planting a guy to make Nokia move to WP, they could steal Nokia's exceedingly loyal users. But those people were not blindly loyal to the brand, they were invested in the roadmap: Symbian now, MeeGo soon. Without these, might as well go a completely different way. Especially when many were angry for the loss of MeeGo.
Ditto about carriers and app developers, who were counting on that roadmap. They had put a lot of money and work in preparing for MeeGo. The move to WP cost them a lot, so they were enraged and went with anyone but Microsoft.
The Skype acquisition didn't help either. Calls and messages for free? Carriers saw it as an existential threat. Microsoft got promoted from "those people are a headache" to "those sons of bitches are actively trying to murder us".
And WP may be decent now, but it was originally rushed. When the first Lumias came out, it was an incomplete mess without a possible upgrade. This meant lots of returned phones, a headache to retailers. So they also hated WP and discreetly guided potential buyers to a less headache-inducing alternative.
Microsoft was so sure they could buy success, they ended up stepping on everyone's toes.
I think it's a joke, "Netcraft confirms it" is a meme around here. But the number is right, Windows has been surpassed by Android. StatCounter confirms it.
No jack, no buy, no thanks.
Who could have guessed: removing features from a product does not make it more appealing! Shocking, I know.
Then I'll drop Samsung and go with another brand that gives me what I want. That's the point.
The solution is to actually ENFORCE the rules, not discard them.
What an incompetently written headline: "desktop now available for PC and Mac" makes one understand that it is just a desktop environment running on top of Windows and macOS, replacing Explorer.exe and the Finder, but still the same operating systems underneath running the same applications. Which is not the case at all.
What they're doing is the opposite of what I'd like to see. I'd simplify and unify, give it a single clean look, something with a "90s feel", a la ClarisWorks.
>implying that's a bad thing
FORTUNE'S FUN FACTS TO KNOW AND TELL: A guinea pig is not from Guinea but a rodent from South America.