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Showing most liked content since 01/25/2018 in all areas

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    She is the face of modern America. Where unimportant people are important.
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    Honestly, Microsoft consumer department is run by idiots. All I can say on this list is WTF!
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    Blocking ads isn't just to avoid seeing and hearing annoying messages on every webpage anymore, it is a legitimate strategy for your own security and protection of your private resources.
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    That's a pretty immature and moronic reaction. Google regularly reports security flaws discovered in Chrome, Android, etc. Grow up son
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    I'm not sure how Youtube could be considered usable without an ad blocker
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    Yeah no... I don't want a mobile OS on my PC. I bet they also remove admin/root for users.
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    I'm still trying to figure out why i am suppose to know who he is. I only really heard of him on that last story. Why is he worth millions (a month) ?
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    Lab grown diamonds are incredibly cheap. They just can't be sold as a diamond in the jewelry industry thanks to Debeer. Diamonds are only expensive because of the Debeer's monopoly and artificial supply. What do you think CZs are?
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    Don't know why I bothered buying a screen capable of displaying colour. Clearly it's now obsolete.
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    The absolute disconnect that Microsoft has with their user base is amazing. No one wanted Windows S. So their plan, double down on it.
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    Google regularly reports security flaws discovered in Chrome, Android, etc.
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    fun fact sometimes you need more than 90 days to fix and test properly a fix when it's up to google products (chrome, android...) they don't find any flaws, or they can have more than 90 days... magic
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    Snapchat is probably the most pointless most popular piece of software ever. The Kardashians-Jenners are probably the most pointlessly famous ###### celebs ever. And this generation obsessing over both is probably the most jobless ever.
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    They should've designed it so that it left an Apple logo instead of a bland circle. Hopefully they will do this in HomePod 2.
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    "influential socialite" Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha....no...wait...ahahahahahahahahaha Don't you mean "over-privileged sister of someone who became famous for 'welcoming visitors in the backdoor', that's what I know them from
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    thanks google, we appreciate that you care so much about MS products ... and you forget about yours
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    Title needs a fix, "Windows Defender will soon 'scareware' apps like cleaners and optimizers" Should be something like, "Windows Defender will soon detect & remove 'scareware' apps like cleaners and optimizers" You're welcome
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    Who is this and why does anyone care what she says?
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    "It's not that hard", "it's an easy fix", all words I've heard so many times. Users sometimes have an unrealistic and simplistic idea of software development. I still think the notch is an insult to software development and UI design. An abomination that should never have seen the light of day. I, for one, support the developers lack of support of the notch.
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    Oh ffs, I thought we established this last time that this makes little sense to literally half the world! As far as I know, months are the same the globe over, so maybe, just maybe, stick to that...
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    This is a toxic attitude that tells me that this comment was written emotionally. The negative destructive rant shows a lack of maturity.
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    Google regularly reports security flaws discovered in Chrome, Android, etc. Yet Microsoft, Mozilla and Opera all patched the Spectre/Meltdown flaw in their browsers before Google!!! The point is that Google are quite happy to put competitors products at risk but won't use the same 90 day rules that Project Zero uses for their own products, seems a bit hypocritical to me. Google also never report high severity security flaws in their own products either.
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    Seriously, in the "irony" department, Microsoft is hard to beat. Features added to an app designed for a disbanded Music ecosystem on abandoned platform.
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    I'll continue to use uBlock Origin, thank you very much!
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    Just ban him from Youtube already. Specially as this is his 2nd offence.
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    It doesn't makes sense? Easier for consumers in different parts of the world? The question should be, why does Microsoft continue with their ridiculous naming schemes? Makes perfect sense. It's spring time here when it's going to be released. Therefore it's the spring release.. because well.. it will be spring here. All well and good for you mate, but others exist outside of your North American bubble. Try telling someone to install the "latest Spring update" just as winter hits. "Yeah, it came out last week. No, it's an American software company, they don't understand the metric system, normal date formats, and seasons outside of their borders"
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    Now if they would just release Windows 10 Classic© which has all the UWP crap stripped out.
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    I'm waiting for the moment in which Microsoft announces that it is ditching the Store.
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    I miss when Microsoft cared about the desktop experience.
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    Yeah... I love it when people draw conclusions as to whether they will use something based on reading 8 paragraphs. I will wait to see what it is before I make a statement. But it is very interesting and seems like a proper attempt at a 'Chrome OS' type of operating system, which would be great for 95% of users.
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    "executing that vision is called 'Windows Core OS', which aims to turn Windows into a more modular operating system" Ohhhh neat! I am def game for that. "...it will be based entirely on the company's UWP platform" OH F THAT!
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    I hate all this electron and JS trend ... they're the new flash
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    So, its OK for Google and "normal" for this type of collection, yet Microsoft does it in Windows 10 and all hell breaks loose?
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    Microsoft's identity crisis in the era of Google and Apple has gone from absurd to just sad now. Windows10-limited command line "apps" that alienate Windows 7 and 8 users while adding nothing except a petty DRM/sandbox obfuscation layer. What value is this adding for users? Do they not understand nobody's developing anything for UWP, nobody cares, not even their own internal departments? It's over.
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    They seem to really want to make the few users they have left abandon Windows Mobile too.
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    Investing in a socialist country? No, thank you. Anyone who invest in this should be ashamed for helping the survival of a violent, hateful dictatorship. And shame on you, Neowin, for promoting this crap and for calling president a bloody dictator.
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    Because everyone before have been by nation state goverments. SpaceX and the other space companies are private companies and doing it hell of a lot cheaper that what NASA has done it for. Plus Falcon Heavy can lift over 60 tonnes to LEO, only the Saturn V could lift more and allows delivery to the Moon and Mars. It will be the private companies that really get the space industry going in true earnest.
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    terrible ui..lack of good 3rd party app plugins, still some sites wont render properly in Edge. Its certainly a lot better recently, but still playing catch up with the rest.
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    People use their phones for actual calls? /s
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    I think that they should just use the year, which is applicable worldwide, unlike seasons. eg. Windows 10 2018.1 and Windows 10 2018.2 etc.
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    I just noticed, my rep/likes is at 999. One more would be the big 4-digit. Only took me ~10 years and 11k posts... Guess some ppl love me now
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    “Windows Defender will soon 'scareware' apps like cleaners and optimizers” This title makes no sense. If it was an attempted play on words, well, try again.
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    No, it’s definitely not immature, nor irresponsible. Come on now, folks. Put it in neutral for just a moment.