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Windows 10 Pro with $7.42 and Office 2019 Pro costs $28.49
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Windows UI 32GB limit was just Dave's whim
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Tuesday, 05 January 2021 11:07

Windows UI 32GB limit was just Dave's whim


It should have been whimdows NT

The reason why the Windows UI has a 32GB limit on the formatting of FAT32 volumes is because retired Microsoft engineer Dave Plummer picked a number and never expected it to stick.

Microsoft releases two new Windows 10 test builds
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Including X64 app emulation for ARM

Microsoft has made available two different Windows 10 test builds, one of which includes the promised x64 app emulation for ARM, among other features.

Microsoft plans significant Windows UI refresh
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Thursday, 29 October 2020 11:05

Microsoft plans significant Windows UI refresh


Will be more user friendly -- people will hate it

Microsoft is preparing a major OS update for Windows 10 in 2021 that sources say will bring with it a significant design refresh to the Windows UI.

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Linux winning battle against Windows
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Monday, 28 September 2020 12:13

Linux winning battle against Windows


Open source thinks that Vole will switch to Linux

Open-source advocate Eric Raymond thinks that Windows development will "inevitably" become a drag on Microsoft's business and Vole will switch to a Linux kernel.

Linux is the world’s most vulnerable operating system
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World’s worse are Debian, Android, macOS and Ubuntu

The idea that Microsoft’s Windows is the world’s most buggy and vulnerable operating system is pants, and it is so-called cast iron operating systems like Linux and macOS which are the worst.

BBC has no idea about its own computer systems
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And it doesn't want us to know, either

A Fudzilla Freedom of Information( FOI) request to the BBC about how many computers it has and which operating systems it uses has drawn a complete blank.

Windows might have caught Kung Flu
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Thursday, 27 February 2020 11:17

Windows might have caught Kung Flu


Adjusting our outlook

Software King of the World Microsoft said it does not expect to meet its quarterly revenue forecast for its Windows and personal computing business as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.