Windows 10 is downloadable for testing.The preview is available in the most important languages of the world: English, Chinese, and Portuguese.Happy trying http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/preview-iso
Windows 10 is downloadable for testing. It's said to be better than any previous version, perhaps even better than all previous versions combined.
I could give it a whirl in a VM, but I doubt I'll bother.
Quote from: ersi on 2014-10-02, 10:39:40Windows 10 is downloadable for testing. It's said to be better than any previous version, perhaps even better than all previous versions combined. Don't they say that about every new version, every time?
If you don't bother, then how am I going to know how it works?
Quote from: Macallan on 2014-10-04, 00:51:11Quote from: ersi on 2014-10-02, 10:39:40Windows 10 is downloadable for testing. It's said to be better than any previous version, perhaps even better than all previous versions combined. Don't they say that about every new version, every time? Weren't they right at least once?
Depends how you measure 'betterness'
Quote from: Macallan on 2014-10-04, 13:58:58Depends how you measure 'betterness'How about OS/2 or Windows 3.0?
I wonder how ReactOS is doing these days.
Quote from: Macallan on 2014-10-04, 16:35:32I wonder how ReactOS is doing these days.I don't really understand that project.
Doesn't seem a very noble or practical idea to me
By the time React becomes a workable alternative, I suppose all Win apps and drivers will have some "security" mechanism to annoy those who attempt "unauthorised" use of them. This tendency has already been taken far enough in my opinion.
When GitHub first launched ten years ago, I could have never imagined this headline. Git was a powerful but niche tool, clouds were just things in the sky, and Microsoft was a very different company. Open source and business, people said at the time, mixed as well as oil and water.We disagreed. As developers, we knew this was a false dichotomy--we had been using open source software successfully in a business setting for a long time. What we really needed was an easier way to work with others regardless of whether the code was public, private, or something in-between.
Microsoft is building its own Chromium browser to replace the default [browser called Edge] on Windows 10.
Microsoft is now recommending that Windows 10 Mobile users move to iOS or Android devices. "With the Windows 10 Mobile OS end of support, we recommend that customers move to a supported Android or iOS device...."
What about this one? https://github.com/light-launcher/Light-Android-Launcher/blob/HEAD/README.md
Window managers are hard. But also, just about anything I can imagine already exists, although I don't know why the concept of https://github.com/Frenzie/nimbler hasn't caught on more.
Something like your Nimbler is available with Rofi.
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