Re: What's next?
HOW WOULD WE YELL?
32 posts • joined 11 Nov 2010
Microsoft is already making security updates for Anniversary for Windows 10 2016 Long Term Servicing Branch. What they are doing is allowing these patches to be applied to the Clover Trail system as well.
What I don't understand is what is so different between Anniversary and Creators that the drivers for the chipset would not work correctly on both.
I have printers that use SHA1 for https to the web configuration interface. I had to download a old version of Pale Moon to access them since both Chrome and FF would not let me access them. And for some of them, I am sure there will be no upgrades to the firmware to support SHA2.
While SHA1 might be hackable, I would rather use it than to send my printer passwords over the net in plain text.
As anyone familiar with big construction, as-built is not the same as as-planned. Getting the final as-built plans for a building from the contractor can be as a painstaking process as getting the building done in the first place. Now if these devices can do the as built plans that would be a great benefit to a contractor.
Looks like there is no storage for stuff the astronauts will need no their trip. Where is the space to store the flight suits, where is the food. Unless they plan on using a launch profile that allows for a quick dock to the ISS, they will need to eat and other things before docking.
Why would Apple want to support the YouTube app anymore. When iOS first came out Google did not have HTM5 working with YouTube so any iOS device needed a special app to be able to play the videos since Flash was not available. Now Apple is better off not redirecting YouTube anymore since it work and gives the users a better experience as they will not have to wait for another app to start before they can see the latest lolcat.
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