I guess I'm spoiled by several years of Linux, but does Windows still require reboots after installs and upgrades?
Microsoft has launched a new dashboard service designed to make it easier for systems admins to view the latest security bulletins for a range of Microsoft software. The idea behind the service, called myBulletins, is to allow admins to subscribe to security bulletins for only those products that are in use in their …
I dunno Don Dumb, maybe if windows removed windows and installed Linux Kernel removed DOS and replaced it with bash then it be in line with the cool kids.
Maybe when we get to see proper Windows servers doing something other than being scanned for weaknesses with equivalent uptimes running bash and a Linux Kernel then the tune will remain the same.
In short - fdisk drop c
install Linux and pay nothing with a good stable OS vs install poop pay for it and get shafted with updates and reboots
Went to link
Thought "US English? Nope, want UK"
Clicked on link
"Server Error in '/' Application.
The resource cannot be found.
Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.
Requested URL: /en-us/security/SelectLocale"
"Yet for every silver lining there is a cloud: from now on, you're alone when it comes to security. As of now, if a new vulnerability is written that targets the operating system, Microsoft won't come riding to your safety with a software fix."
Yet one week after MS' LAST SECURITY UPDATE, they relented, backpeddled, whatevered itno , "OK< we WILL be updating Critical and Moderate patches for the foreseeable future".
Ya might want to correct that, Reggie!
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