|Subject||Posted By||Forum||Category||Last Activity||Activity|
||ggolcher||Community Feedback||Hardware||1 week ago||
||ggolcher||Microsoft||Windows||1 month ago||
One thing I have always admired about this site is that you guys don't provide fluff to inflate the number of articles you post. Some other sites upload up to 3 articles with a copy-paste of a Windows 10 Insider build announcement. That's ridiculous and you rightfully call it out.
Well, I think there has to be a better way to present all the CES hardware articles you're posting. Maybe a daily hardware announcement wrap-up article or live blog or something. They are all essentially related and not all do merit their own separate article, right?
Just my two cents. :)
In Ask Paul y asked Paul what he thought Microsoft's next bombshell announcement may be. He thoughtfully offered Windows. That woould indeed be game-changing!
AnOldAmigaUser expressed the potential security challenges of open-sourcing Windows. Heck, even Paul says that the magnitude of doing this would be well nigh impossible. I agree.
But this got me thinking: what is Microsoft were to open source their rumored OS Lite? It won't be called Windows and will be substantially scaled back. Would that be more of a possibility?
Paul or Brad, would you have any information about this?