Yeah cause a SINGLE point of failure for everything is so much better.
My set up: SB6183 to ZyXel USG 50, with an Airport Express and TP-Link switch for my PCs and server to connect.
Dedicated devices are so much better than an all in one.
I hope it does becomes a trend, I want things to advance not stay stagnant. Is this the hardforum? WTF?
RAM is so cheap, motherboards can hold over 32 GB and we're all running 64 bit OSes! What's the problem?
I hate car analogies and this is the worst one I've seen. Can you take those tires and build another car with them? No. Can you take that motherboard and CPU and easily build another computer, Yes!
Now if they can take the ID based on the new motherboard/CPU and bind it to the activation...
I've been gaming since the 80's and now that I'm older I still love them just don't want to dedicate the time to it like I used to. There are a lot of other things in life to spend time and money on and arguably better.
You'd think with so many people that have cell phones on them at all times the number of these sightings would drastically increase, you'd see near constant postings of videos and pictures on sites like reddit.
I fail to see how that is trolling. Just explaining my history with upgrading.
And for the other guy's post, I don't recall anyone I know personally bitching about the release frequency of desktop windows versions. For me dealing with workstations still on old operating systems is much...
I do see the bigger picture. My Microsoft history:
I've been in IT for a long time and worked with many other OSes. Guess I'm one of the few that likes change, for the...
Is this the reason? I'd learn towards not likely. Is there current production software out there coded like this. Most definitely! There's a ton of old proprietary software in use across many industries that is mission critical and is beyond hope of being upgraded.
The catch is that it's...
Some people reject change even when it's better. When the mouse and GUI started to become more wide spread in IBM Compatibles (remember that term?) most people I knew rejected it and called it click and drool.
All these kiddies jump on the hate wagon. The only real difference between 8.1 and 7 is the start menu. Windows 8 had issues, yes, Windows 8.1 fixed them.
There are large public corporations that are going to or are on Windows 8.1 and Office 2013, I know because I work for one. Windows 8.1...
Do what I've done for over ten years, run two computers side by side.
This maybe seem extreme but when you think about the nature of our clique it's a lot easier and cheaper than you think. We all build our own computers and upgrade them. Always spare parts for a second.
I watch twitch on my...
I am too. I think people just blindly hate Windows 8 because it's the cool thing to do. Like hating WoW. WoW sucks!
I use Windows 7 and 8.1 at home and I use both in a professional environment. The hate is just ignorance.
Windows 8 and Server 2012 do have issues and can be pains to...
I'm an Army brat that was born in the canal zone and went back and lived there a decade later. When I visited the locks as a kid I really wish I fully understood what it took to build what I was seeing.