Microsoft describes Visual Studio Code as a source code editor that's "optimized for building and debugging modern web and cloud applications.
But then the article goes on to say...
The underlying issue is with Chromium, which is a part of the Electron Shell (Visual Studio Code and others like Atom and Slack utilize this shell in their apps)"
Google Chrome product manager Paul Irish, posting to a thread on Hacker News, said, "Chrome is doing the full rendering lifecycle (style, paint, layers) every 16ms when it should be only doing that work at a 500ms interval. I'm confident that the engineers working on Chrome's style components can sort this out, but it'll take a little bit of work."
Fuck them. Fuck the SJWs from Silicone Valley. The Big Quake can't come soon enough if you ask me.
Nothing violent or extreme in that opinion. You know, just the catastrophic demise of a few million people.
If you're not just trolling you ought to calm down a notch.
... Some highlights of the 7.1 release are...
-Initial DRM/KMS support for NVIDIA graphics cards...
All of the code is under non-restrictive licenses, and may be used without paying royalties to anyone.
That NVIDIA bit doesn't sound non-restrictive.
People I care about know how to contact me. People I don't care about may not. I'm fine with that.
Case in point.. I have a POTS line at home that keep around for the very occasional fax I need to send. When my "home" phone number rings, most of the time I don't bother answering it. If it's anyone I care about, they'll ring my cell.
... windows 10 IS an ad platform.
The entire f**cking Internet is an ad platform. Windows 10 is but one of the players.
... I've seen popups that urge people to use Edge over Chrome of Firefox on Windows 10 machines of other people.
I wish I had a dime for every goddamned popup I've had to dismiss nagging me to install Chrome, both on my Windows machines and my iPhone. It seems every time you hit a Google site with a user agent other than Chrome you get nagged.
A definition of "layman's terms":
Note how it doesn't say "...that anyone can look up the meaning of using a search engine".
For what's it's worth, I was already familiar with that acronym. I was questioning whether a layman would be.
You seem to be confusing "Layman's terms" with "Anything that can be looked up on Google".
In layman's terms, this means an AnC attack can break ASLR...
'cause every layman knows what ASLR is.
Lisp Users: Due to the holiday next Monday, there will be no garbage collection.