I make Lego movies for using Bricklink Studio. It has the Cycles engine that renders using Cuda cores. I don't really earn that much, and I don't really appreciate your mean commentary, but thanks for contributing.
363 posts • joined 31 Jul 2008
Microsoft's problem child, Windows 11, is here. Will you run it? Can you run it? Do you even WANT to run it?
Microsoft does and doesn't want you to know it won't stop you manually installing Windows 11 on older PCs
Re: Even MORE RANSOMWARE !
So much wrong here I don't know where to start.
First, Windows 11 runs fine without SecureBoot and TPM 2.0. They're pushing for it, but its not required.
Google: bypass tpm install windows 11
Online = Easily Hacked? I'm just going to walk past that. I'm sure you'll get on well with your bricks-and-mortar only bank, if you can still find one. Make sure you air-gap your ubuntu.
Windows (spelled without the childish Z) has its issues. But letting security flaws fester isn't one of them.
But I'm not sure you care about facts, so I'll stop with the thought that Free Software isn't free for enterprise, it still needs supporting. And that costs way more than the Licensing.
Re: In the meantime 10Gb/s has been available for years now ...
My Virgin internet runs at 1.2Gb. But I have a single port connection (no link aggregation on a superhub) so I can't actually use the speed offered. When a Sabrent 5-Gigabit Ethernet Adapter is 60 quid on Amazon, and Cat-7 is available, you just want to be able to plug it in. So having a step change is welcome.
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Imagine your data center backup generator kicks in during power outage ... and catches fire. Well, it happened
In 2002, Bill Gates said exactly this point, and that's when Microsoft went into the 'Trustworthy Computing Initiative' because we'd lost all trust in client/server security.
In 2012, at the 10 year point, Microsoft released a memo called "At 10-Year Milestone, Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing Initiative More Important than Ever"
Next year, at the 20 year point, I expect Microsoft will release a memo that simply says, "Sorry guys"
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Re: Fail to see what the fuss is
My 'fuss' is that this toolset changes the device and does harm. Its the digital equivalent of kicking the door in. One does not simply 'unroot' afterwards, no harm, no foul. So normalizing this ability allows officers to think that this is a lockpick, not a siege weapon.