Why are we around then?
Who else will consume what the robots produce?
Meaning the specific use of vague terms.
Weight reduction using batteries in airplanes is nowhere on the horizon. Compared to ground vehicle drive trains, jet engines have a great power to weight ratio, and they use no transmission. Replacing a modern jet with a motor and propeller is in itself a step backward.
On the other hand, airplanes spend a lot of time above the clouds and have a lot of surface area, so perhaps solar panels could provide a measurable range boost on day flights. But I kind of doubt it; solar panels have a terrible power to weight ratio.
This is dumb to even think about until batteries improve dramatically. In fact I suspect it may never actually work, because as technology progresses, it will become viable to manufacture carbon neutral fuel for use in airplanes.
Since the AC was good enough to post a Goodenough joke that was at least possibly good enough...
How do we know it's an imposter? No one else seems to have noticed. It would seem that if Goodenough is actually an imposter, that the imposter might actually be good enough.
In places with good public transportation (e.g., Europe), you don't need to drive - you can get around pretty damn effectively with just public transportation.
Americans seem to think that. True if you are in a big city like Berlin or Paris... Anything else... not so much.
(This is from memory, so, might vary a bit)
It now switches to the processes tab, and all services associated with that svchost.exe will be highlighted. You can bet that "wuasrv.exe" (Windows Update Service) will be amongst the ones selected.
Another way to see whether it's Windows Update, is go to the services control panel and stop the Windows Update service. If the CPU usage goes to normal, your Windows Update is messed up. I have given up trying to fix it, and just set the Windows Update service to "disabled" now.
My main OS is Linux any way, so for the really occasional use of Windows, I can live with an unpatched version. This is -of course- unacceptable for people who use it as a main OS.
That's only the half of it. He's also figure out how to post in a
On the other hand, he's fiddling around on
"www.google.com".Length < "Huh? Not recognized by my browser.".Length.
Well then, they won't be able to watch the revenge enactment.
as long as the motherboard manufacturer has Win 7 drivers
Often the generic stuff works just fine. In the case of Ryzen on 7 (or XP), I'd just expect to see a few warnings in the device manager. Sure, some stuff might not work (integrated USB 3.x controllers, and stuff like that)... Obviously I'd need to try, but I doubt it won't "work at all".
"The way of the world is to praise dead saints and prosecute live ones." -- Nathaniel Howe