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Showing content with the highest reputation since 06/19/2018 in Posts

  1. 17 points
    The edges on all controls make this design look more dated than modern. It makes me think of the vision of the future, in the 80's.
  2. 13 points
    It's almost as if you were baited. 🤔
  3. 13 points
    The Windows Insider Program's Slow ring is becoming a joke
  4. 12 points
  5. 12 points
    Because they stated that they would support the OS until Jan 2020. No CPU exemptions were mentioned when Windows 7 was released. MS is changing things on the fly in order to save money on coding for older PC's. They're being cheap, just like using Insiders, after laying off QA engineers, to test new builds saves them millions of dollars.
  6. 12 points
    Right, so it no longer matters that Windows 7 minimum hardware requirement is a 1GHz 32 or 64-bit CPU? People should just upgrade their hardware? Okay..
  7. 11 points
    Any plans to include apps people want or is that way down the priority list?
  8. 10 points
    Hard deciding which coming soon from Microsoft is less interesting
  9. 10 points
    I don't think gamers have much of a choice. Thankfully i don't play any games. Had to use Windows 10 again this weekend and genuinely feel sorry for anyone who's forced to use it.
  10. 10 points
  11. 10 points
    Probably because one would expect a product you buy to continue to support your hardware throughout the lifespan of said product? Weird, I know.
  12. 10 points
  13. 9 points
    Lovely, every day I'm always more glad to not use gmail
  14. 9 points
    Context is rather important here, and missing... Microsoft DOES NOT 'WORK' with ICE... ICE, like thousands of government agencies across the country purchase software and services from Microsoft. The relationship is no different than any other client or even other users reading this that buy Office 365 business subscriptions. Just to be extra hyperbolic, I would bet that Nazi groups buy services and use Google products, but that doesn't mean, "Google is working with Nazis." This is where the 'context' is a bit important. I support the MS Employee's protests for Microsoft to end the contracts, but it is just that a 'protest'. Regarding the debate... When it comes to the immigration policy changes and the new policies to privatize more detention installations, this is outside of ICE and comes from Trump and Sessions directly. Yates had scheduled federal use of private prisons to be phased out by 2017, yet this was one of the first policies that Sessions rescinded when he took office. Additionally, Sessions and the Trump administration increased private federal detention/prison contracts, SPECIFICALLY to house immigrants. ICE has issues, but is just a tiny piece of a bigger problem and horrific policies. As for people that believe the lie that this was happening under previous administrations, they are also not getting all the information. Children without families/adults were taken in by the US federal government, rather than returned/deported to the circumstances they were fleeing. The handling of these children had a lot of issues, specifically with the PRIVATE groups/prisons - which is one reason Yates implemented the policy to remove them from this role. The difference is that Sessions gave a speech in March, just as Trumps Chief of Staff talked about last year and earlier this year, that children of people entering the US would be taken away as a DETERENT. This change also included people entering 'legally' and 'seeking asylum'. Sessions also changed what the US considered to be valid reasons to ask for Asylum, and removed women's protections - like domestic abuse and other misogynistic oppression. So, THIS WAS the FIRST TIME that children were taken from family and adults entering the country unless the child was at risk of harm from the adult accompanying them. PERIOD.
  15. 9 points
    About time we see some innovative new mobile devices. The phone market has become stale with new ideas and boring designs.
  16. 9 points
    Yeah. There's a better chance that Microsoft keeps it neutral than Google.
  17. 9 points
    Yet again they didn't open it up to the public so everyone could scrutinize it before it's implemented. instead, they made it "Member Only" with a contributor membership costing US$ 15,000/year. Hasn't this bit them in the butt, each and every time they release a new Wifi Specification? WEP was embarrassing, WPS was embarrassing, and WAP2 had "KRACK".
  18. 9 points
    You're telling me that there is no part available locally? Sounds more like a 'poor us' attempt.
  19. 9 points
    128GB SSD as a baseline is a joke for a device as capable as this.
  20. 9 points
    We wouldn't have a single politician if that's how it worked.
  21. 9 points
    ssh @neowin ./neowin -ignore StevenP You do not have privileges to ignore StevenP sudo ./neowin -ignore StevenP --Fus10n has been banned
  22. 9 points
    "Article 11, the change which will see the likes of Facebook and Google pay publishers a fee to link to news content" That's one of the dumbest things in the world. Publishers should want people to link to their content, it gets them more visitors. No one should have to pay to link to another site though. Every one of these amendments are completely idiotic, I hope it doesn't pass.
  23. 9 points
    These businesses need to keep their voice out of politics. Why all these stupid didn't say anything back then when it was under other Presidents, or recently obama? It's not like this just and only happens now under President Trump. Also, if you do not want your kids in the harm way, DO NOT BREAK THE FREAKING LAWS.
  24. 9 points
    Meaning that Bittorrent will be more infested with hidden coin mining features.
  25. 8 points
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