It's a sign I tell you...
Surely the railway companies have had time to develop their own platform for this sort of thing?
It's a whole new world for bork today as a Washington Metro platform indicator suggests an alternative to the usual train for weary commuters. How about getting a bit more out of Windows? This is a suggestion that everyone wants to see while waiting for a Yellow Line train at Washington Metro's Huntington Station (located, …
If I see that fecking screen, or the "Let's finish setting up your device..." screen on any more of my computers again it will enough to push me over the edge into Linux, I tell ye......
There is not a single option on those screens I have need for nor interest in, yet there is no button to tell it that. Just feck off microsoft and stop buggering up MY computer.
Is it just me who marvels at the stunning incompetence (laziness? malice?!) of those who leave 'Doz OS with EVERYTHING enabled, regardless of if it is needed or not?!?!?!?! i.e. disabling the (default-enabled) WLAN AutoConfig Service even when there are ZERO wireless adapters installed or ever expected to be installed in said system; et al.
yeah,... just so it is known, services CAN be disabled: https://www.blackviper.com/service-configurations/black-vipers-windows-10-service-configurations/
but as observed over the last few decades, MicroFlaccid is ever incrementally moving the shackles closed around of necks of 'Doz users. "So you want to log into YOUR pc? Please update your Subscription with a valid CC to continue,..." (or no files for Ju!)
You don't need to know when the next train is coming, cause it ain't coming. The DC Metro had a train derail right at the central tunnel (Rosslyn) that connects all three Virginia lines (Blue, Yellow, Silver) to DC. You'd be lucky to catch a train once every 30-45min. Which is actually pretty normal. There was a period of time where you would consult a website to see if the Metro was on fire before you commute.
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