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    Don't know either but it makes for one heck of a story line.
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    As a pwa developer, the opposite is happening. Ms, google, apple, etc are all pushing pwa development harder than any other type. The web is becoming more than just for browsing and consumption. He knows that, he is just bashing it because he thinks it’s an MS only thing. Pretty spot on, and it's silly at this point. Besides, PWAs, from MS's point, can just be part of it. They've allowed for PWAs to mix with UWP for more native OS integration. For an example, I'd like to point out Xpotify. https://www.windowscentral.com...ng-spotifys-pwa-windows-10" rel="external nofollow">https://www.windowscentral.com...ing-spotifys-pwa-windows-10 So really his whole comment is off. A dev can start with a PWA and then, if they want, extend it even more by adding UWP into the mix. I understand you people are enthusiast and what not but people out there do not care about PWA nor they will take an extra step to install it. This doesn't even make any sense. You can run PWA applications already with common web browsers. You don't have to install anything to be able to use them.
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    Not impressed. They need to do it again not in the trash can!
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    Yeah the version of Java included in a Linux distro doesn't rank high on the things I needed to know today, or ever. I didn't realise that reading of all news items on Neowin is compulsory. I would have thought the rules would have allowed the skipping of items one is not interested in. I live and learn.
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    A Texan walks into a pub in Ireland and clears his voice to the crowd of drinkers. He says, "I hear you Irish are a bunch of hard drinkers. I'll give $500 American dollars to anybody in here who can drink 10 pints of Guinness back-to-back." The room is quiet and no one takes up the Texan's offer. One man even leaves. Thirty minutes later the same gentleman who left shows back up and taps the Texan on the shoulder. "Is your bet still good?", asks the Irishman. The Texan says yes and asks the bartender to line up 10 pints of Guinness. Immediately the Irishman tears into all 10 of the pint glasses drinking them all back-to-back. The other pub patrons cheer as the Texan sits in amazement. The Texan gives the Irishman the $500 and says, "If ya don't mind me askin', where did you go for that 30 minutes you were gone?" The Irishman replies,
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    Cody's opponent for Double or Nothing... I'm posting this blind; literally watching the video now and hoping this doesn't backfire. 😛 EDIT: It didn't!
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    StartIsBack is the gold standard when it comes to Start menu replacements! I know people will say Classic Shell is, I don't use it, so I don't care!
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    As a pwa developer, the opposite is happening. Ms, google, apple, etc are all pushing pwa development harder than any other type. The web is becoming more than just for browsing and consumption. He knows that, he is just bashing it because he thinks it’s an MS only thing. Pretty spot on, and it's silly at this point. Besides, PWAs, from MS's point, can just be part of it. They've allowed for PWAs to mix with UWP for more native OS integration. For an example, I'd like to point out Xpotify. https://www.windowscentral.com...ng-spotifys-pwa-windows-10" rel="external nofollow">https://www.windowscentral.com...ing-spotifys-pwa-windows-10 So really his whole comment is off. A dev can start with a PWA and then, if they want, extend it even more by adding UWP into the mix. I understand you people are enthusiast and what not but people out there do not care about PWA nor they will take an extra step to install it. No, we just live in the present. Not sure where you preside...
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    Higher price tag and specs which really don't live up to the OP ideology
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    Except that a lot of websites are PWAs already...
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    This is nothing like UWP. PWAs have been around for years and not just from MS.
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    Let’s analyze this for a moment. 1. How do you know the OP’s connection speed? 2. How do you know how fast email downloads at, especially when you don’t know the amount or provider? 3. How do you know he/she doesn’t get email with huge attachments? Office 365 allows for 150MB attachments. Let’s do some simple math here: 10 emails isn’t much. What if they have 100MB attachments though? That’s 1GB of email. How long will you be sitting there waiting for your email, even on a 100Mb connection? You would be wondering even after a few seconds what is going on. Hence a progress bar is desired by some people.
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