Is suppose users could replace Microsoft Defender with the rather more trustworthy Kaspersky product?
27 posts • joined 17 Jul 2010
I chipped in £100 yesterday as a vote of confidence.Watching the shareholders tear their own company apart is distressing but the Vega+ reverts to playable children's games without Internet access and I'm all for that. And programming too, with a USB keyboard. I'd not be surprised if it sells like hot cakes once they're delivering.
It's easy to test for interest. One year deadline, target enough to build the plant, and all those little kickstarters would own the New World Water Utility Company. Do 1% of Internet users have a spare $200 in exchange for a foot in the door?
Or maybe the French would like to own it. They already have England's, after all.
That's New World as in Dvořák, not Order.
Can we please not call it an extra 64K block of data, it's padding to the next 64K boundary.
An encrypted block of zeros will be can be verified to be zeros by the key owner and it carries no information despite being pseudo-random in appearance. Finding out whether the Windows version incorporates information there will only come from disassembling the compiled code, just looking at the source is irrelevant.
What tosh - "Office is a kingmaker in the enterprise, and the iPad is already king there. If Microsoft wants to make money from Office, it has no choice but to support the iPad"? Seriously? "iPad is already king there"? What utter cobblers, what planet did this chap just land from?