It was discovered when an IT admin noticed unusual traffic coming from a particular Mac, and has been seen infecting Macs at biomedical facilities.
One of my Win10 computers is a 1.8 GHz Core2Duo with a regular HDD. Bought it in 2006 or early 2007.
The start menu comes up instantly.
It's not improbable. It's just not true.
The start menu in Windows 10 comes up instantly. I have it on three computers, and just for good measure, I talked to three of my coworkers (one has a corporate install, the two installed it on their own; perks of working in IT).
The start menu in Windows 10 comes up instantly. Just like I said.
There is no need for you to lie.
In the Anniversary Update they REMOVED the ability to use a keyboard to navigate the leftmost column with Power, Settings, File Explorer, and the user icon.
No. Just press Tab.
Altavista + Alibaba = Altaba
If I visit Google, or Gmail, or Gmaps, YouTube, or anything else, with a non-Chrome browser, the top of the screen will ALWAYS have "do you want to install Chrome?" nagware. You can dismiss it in your session scope, but next time you come back, so does the message.
Why is that not a problem, and what Microsoft does is a problem?
Is it better on battery tests? Yeah, it is. Is it safer? It very well might be - but we don't know, since we're all running ad-blockers on non-Edge browsers, so our experiences are anecdotal at best.
A single clay roof tile costs the equivalent of $0.5 where I live. It's good for half a century, no problem.
I have 5 places that produce clay building bricks and clay roof tiles in a radius of 150 km to choose from.
Transportation is cheap, and even if some tiles/bricks break in transport, they're so cheap that... well, nobody cares if there's a 1% loss in material.
"Aww, if you make me cry anymore, you'll fog up my helmet." -- "Visionaries" cartoon