Why should any of this be surprising?
They changed their YouTube monetization policy overnight, in the process writing off millions of dollars owed. Including a spectacular £55 to myself. They are scum.
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My working day involves Adobe Captivate, Techsmith Camtasia, and a bit of photoshopping (I actually use PaintShop Pro as it's considerably cheaper than PhotoShop). Please explain how I get through a working day doing that on a Linux desktop. (Please don't tell me to use GIMP for photoshopping or I might fall off my chair.)
File and Printer sharing doesn't actually work very well with Windows Home in my experience. Getting Windows Home machines to talk nicely to each other has always been a pain in the butt and Homegroups was actually the most painless of achieving it. Bloody ridiculous to remove a feature that actually works better than the alternatives, whether or not zillions of people are using it.
So this version of Windows 10 is a development of the one in my pocket, but with an x86 emulator, so that I can run my Adobe applications, rather than having to wait for Adobe to create a UWP version (which they're obviously not going to do)?
Or is it yet another version of Windows 10? Started from scratch? Yet again?
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