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7 posts • joined 24 Jun 2018

India tells its banks to get Windows XP off ATMs – in 2019!

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Re: India tells its banks to get Windows XP off ATMs – in 2019!

It takes less clicks to get things changed in XP. Too much spyware in W7. Can't wait for the entire source code for XP to leak or be made open source (unlikely, I know). Maybe ReactOS will be out of Alpha soon...

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XP was/is the most user friendly version of Windows, Microsoft's pinnacle beyond which much arse gazing stupidity erratically formed the gigantic turd of Windows 10, the end of the proverbial loo roll.

Happy birthday, you lumbering MS-DOS-based mess: Windows 98 turns 20 today

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Re: I remember

I threw together a similar dual PIII866 and quite honestly, it was the most stable PC I had ever owned, Windows 2k and 98. I still have the dual Compaq SCSI striped drives, have to low level format them every so often, though I haven't for 8 years...

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ReactOS may finally be ready when Windows 7 is killed, NEVER 10!

What does it take for an OpenAI bot to best Dota 2 heroes? 128,000 CPU cores, 256 Nvidia GPUs

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A volt out of the blue: Phone batteries reveal what you typed and read

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Could battery power usage be inferred remotely via EM emmissions? (Aaarrgghh)

Meet TLBleed: A crypto-key-leaking CPU attack that Intel reckons we shouldn't worry about

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Intel bleeding inside

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