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ITS ALL GOOD
Apparently, it's a dude.
RIP. Still haven't found the source to confirm, though.
that just makes it better
you let me know when and where you find that confirmation anyways.
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"I'm a fag too but at least I can blend in"
hey leave us out of it. gay folk that just mind their own business and like their own brand arent a part of this. i get hating the pc, sjw, everybody's a winner generation but leave regular people out of it
heh your name is ilovethecock
thing is I dont think it's us doing that
I think it's the up-themselves straights talking for us making these decisions
we're not capable to know what offends us, they have to do it on our behalf because ofcourse they know us better than we do
but why the word homosexual though?
Homo means same, not man. I don't get it.
because Im pretty sure before words like gay and lesbian it was used more broadly, and correctly
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It's important to understand WHY
XP, Vista, and 7, shared the same problems.
Nobody fucking updated in a timely manner. There were some people who would just ignore every update possible. There were some who would actually disable all updating processes to get more performance or something and just ignore updates.
So here's the problem. Everyone, on occasion, some more than others, have tech issues. But now, everyone's on different versions of the same OS, people are ignoring security updates- it's bad.
And when a security update is released, it can be dissected to find the vulnerabilities that were patched, and that can be used to target any machine that hasn't updated. This allows people to compromise many machines and create 'botnets'. Botnets are used to crack passwords, run DDOS attacks, mass-mine bitcoins, generate ad revenue, anything you can imagine a lot of coordinated computers would be useful for. Most of it illegal and harmful.
People also weren't sending enough error reports. Windows DOES actually use that information.
So here are a few things that windows 10 did
1. Automatic updates.
Windows 10 updates automatically. Disabling this only disables noncritical updates, anything security or functionality related is still popped in. Now, when someone comes to tech support, everyone is on the same version of windows, and it's much harder to create new attacks against windows 10 because when a security update rolls out everyone has installed it.
2. P2P updating
Windows download servers were expected to be overcongested because of this. So, to ease the load, it basically seeds the updates on your machine like torrents to pass to other machines. You download the update faster and get working faster, and the extra time you would have spent downloading is instead spent using your machine while it helps other machines update in the background. This can be disabled.
3. Error report monitoring
It doesn't actually send much data, but here's an example-
If windows releases an update, and updated machines crash 10% more often, they'll start going through more detailed reports to find out why. It's used to monitor vague trends and the overall health of the operating system as a whole. It lets them respond to errors quicker.
This whole thing I sort of see a bit like vaccination. It's a pain yes, but it helps maintain the overall health of everyone's machine. Opting out can be considered irresponsible.
And be careful with what a process is called vs what a process is doing
Someone thought they had to do all this crazy registry stuff to kill Cortana because "Cortana is still running in task manager!"
Cortana was in fact disabled, the only thing left running was the search box function that is a part of the Cortana process.
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I looked more like a girl at 15 than when I started hormones lol.
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