Every job loss is sad
But as for the company, I fail to have much sympathy as they have engaged in many evil practices over the years.
253 posts • joined 29 Jun 2009
Every industry, unless closely scrutinised by a competent regulator, starts to slowly but surely errode standards and safety over a period time. Its always driven by cost, and people at the top are ruthless about profit and if given the chance will happily cut whatever corners they can to obtain more and more profits.
In such a safety critical industry this does (and has in this case) cost lives.
Literally way more open than both. Yes all 3 suck data, but according to all the cookie messages I am getting recently, so does every website in existence!!
The EU could fine literally 3 million websites $5 billion each. That might make up for the loss of the UKs contribution and keep 10 million male migrants in the luxury they have been told to expect by their traffickers!!
Windows as a service will fail. I look after most of my friend's computers/laptops etc. Every single one who has W10 hated it, but tolerate it with classic shell/all apps deleted and no start screen/all connections set to metered in the registry to stop forced updates etc
Not one of them wants adverts, or would be willing to pay any sort of subscription whatsoever.
This man and his team want to run the country, but they cant even book a simple train ticket. And as for that video, there are no words to describe how terrible an idea it was.
Labour need to sort themselves out, because although I'm a Tory voter, this country does need a strong and credible opposition badly.
Corbyn, and the Labour Party are a pathetic joke at the moment.
Why not charge the obese for treatment, and not tax everyone including those that drink soda drinks responsibly, dont have a BMI of 50 and look after themselves.
How long before the local scallywags are going to add soda to their shopping list of fake alcohol and tobacco products.
Just want a desktop PC to work like XP and W7 does.
Yes have touchscreen and tiles on tablets and phones.
But a desktop PC is best operated with a mouse, and by installing your programs than run in windows accessed by either shortcuts or the start menu.
If Microsoft cannot make that any more, then people who use desktops will look for the best alternative, which will be a trade of between ease of use, and quality of the experience.
If Android desktop could be actually better in both the above areas than Mircosoft, then its a BOOM!!!
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