Grammatron wrote:I'll drink to that.
Did I mention that he had to quit porn because of Erectile Dysfunction?
Nonsense. It's all special effects anyway.corplinx wrote: Did I mention that he had to quit porn because of Erectile Dysfunction?
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/hel ... s-10-s-faqWindows 10 S is a specific configurationof Windows 10 Pro that offers a familiar, productive Windows experience that’s streamlined for security and performance.
http://www.dailystar.co.uk/tech/news/62 ... ncry-virusForget Windows 10 - Microsoft releases major update that MILLIONS must download right now
Microsoft stopped supporting some of its ageing operating systems back in 2014 but it's just pushed out a major update which protects all users against attack from the latest WannaCry malware.
The US tech firm announced last week that millions of users of its Windows XP operating system would be getting protection against this latest threat.
Microsoft says it has pushed out updates for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and all of its most recent unsupported and supported versions of Windows because of an “elevated risk” of attacks similar to the WannaCry malware.
The shocking WannaCry virus infected around 75,000 computers in 99 countries, including about 40 NHS organisations here in the UK.
https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2017/10 ... s-the-law/Ars Technica wrote:Dutch privacy regulator says Windows 10 breaks the law
The lack of clear information about what Microsoft does with the data that Windows 10 collects prevents consumers from giving their informed consent, says the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA). As such, the regulator says that the operating system is breaking the law.
To comply with the law, the DPA says that Microsoft needs to get valid user consent: this means the company must be clearer about what data is collected and how that data is processed. The regulator also complains that the Windows 10 Creators Update doesn't always respect previously chosen settings about data collection. In the Creators Update, Microsoft introduced new, clearer wording about the data collection—though this language still wasn't explicit about what was collected and why—and it forced everyone to re-assert their privacy choices through a new settings page. In some situations, though, that page defaulted to the standard Windows options rather than defaulting to the settings previously chosen.
In the Creators Update, Microsoft also explicitly enumerated all the data collected in Windows 10's "Basic" telemetry setting. However, the company has not done so for the "Full" option, and the Full option remains the default.
https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comm ... s_compact/I tested 25 games against the Windows Compact function: 51GB more free space, and all the games run with no performance issues.
Because she knows that a PC and Micro$oft are . . .Pyrrho wrote:Tippi Hedren uses a Mac.