The full story?
Did the hackers just get lucky by looking at the crash dump,that just happened to be on an account they had compromised, or did they cause the crash?
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They've already laid off most of their top engineering talent, and spend little on R&D.
Intel had an effective monopoly for 10 years until 2019. Their chips got 5 to 10% faster per year, which was all that was needed.
They got out of the mobile device and network market in 2007, just before it boomed.
There's something called Ventoy that allows one to put multiple .iso images on the same USB stick and select which one to boot.
There are also other useful Windows based bootable images, like Sergei Strelec's images, for those willing to sail the seven seas.
Yep those old user interfaces worked better and looked better.
Now everything is flat. Windows have no borders, buttons look like the rest of the page.
I guess we've gone from functional design made by engineers to UI designers who would otherwise found jobs designing clothes no one wears.
There are serious issues here, this should not be uncovered in a simulator; it should have been found during unit tests.
As someone who has written code for avionics, every possible state and function needs to be called and tested by the code tests. Any code that that wasn't tested cannot be flown. Any state or possible state transition that was not tested is explicitly dis-allowed.