No not everybody can, for various legal reasons.
And amongst those that legally can have a card there are those that are uncapable of understanding/using it correctly.
So why not prevent this kind?
You say it's a business decision, but that's not exactly true:
We're discussing discrimination...
Did you actually read the proposed bill?
1. It does not apply to every company, but a select few (big) ones.
2. It does not apply to companies that are outspokenly affiliated to some political or religious agenda.
3. There are still quite a few types of "statements" that the senator doesn't...
Windows "updates" that are so bad that they prevent Windows from starting (the kind of problem fixed by this new feature) are rare, in my experience.
The bigger problem is when third party software suddenly doesn't work as a result of a (quietly installed) Windows update.
From a Swedish perspective I'd support a law like this, provided it's accompanied with matching banking laws.
The use of cash is extremely low, and an increasing portion of stores don't accept any form of cash.
If you go to the bank and want to insert cash (>$50) to boost your account you better...
Isn't that the whole thing? Since W7 is about to go EoL MS doesn't loose any migration.
Isn't it also easier (and thus cheaper) to program DX11?
I got the impression that DX12 "allows" (requires) the programmer to make hardware specific optimizations to get even better performance.
Not in Krizby's example that I was referring to.
Yes, and that's because with a change in pitch you initially trade speed for altitude.
If the objective is to change speed while maintaining altitude you first change the power setting and then adjust the pitch to compensate for the change in lift.
To me there's too little info to make a clear cut opinion, yet:
* What happened to Gen10?
* Is Gen11 to be used in desktop or laptop CPUs? Perhaps both?
* What's the power consumption?
* Is it the top end or mid range model that's been tested?
* When will it be available, and at what cost?
You clearly underestimate the flight characteristics of rocks...
If you lose aerodynamic lift you go ballistic, continuing at the same speed horizontally while beginning a gravitational descent.
Add engines that provide some lift and speed to the rock and it will fly quite nicely...
There's a real storm brewing in Sweden now, caused by this. The (accidental) publication of sensitive data is (probably) a violation against several laws, and the authority of data protection will look deeply into the matter.
Computer Sweden, the magazine that originally found this out, has...