Here's a demonstration of exactly what I was talking about.
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Posted 01 August 2017 - 10:58 AM
Maybe to further discussions? That way you can easily say, "I agree", but have to actually write, if you disagree, which may either prompt you to elaborate on your own or prompt others to ask why you disagree. A dislike button might simply be overlooked.
Thing is, it appears kind of biased, when there's a Like, but no Dislike button. Is it all just cream, or is there room for criticism too? Why a Like button in the first place anyway? If you want to discuss, or agree or disagree, it would be best to post why you agree or disagree anyway, instead of just cheering, or boo'ing.
Posted 02 August 2017 - 03:55 AM
Windows 10 S - your whole life is a slippery slope. You always have to keep up the ballance of things. And Windows 10 S is not a devil. Even so, Microsoft is not. Also, MS stating (https://www.microsof...ws/windows-10-s) "Microsoft-verified security: Your applications are delivered via the Windows Store ensuring Microsoft-verified security and integrity." seems pretty obvious to me. No app through other means than Windows Store. Furthermore, you can upgrade WIndows 10 S to Pro.
MS Paint - it is not killed (at least now). It will be a separate UWP download on WIndows Store.
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