ColoradoHoudini wrote on Jun 14, 2021, 17:27:Correct, that date is just for home/pro versions.
"Microsoft will end Windows 10 support in October 2025."
- Federal here, no they won't, at least, not for the entirety of Windows (Enterprise). We have so many systems barely getting switched from W7 to W10 Enterprise now, that in 4 years for us at the top level of IA to then say "hey, ahh, everything you finally upgraded and brought into compliance is now going to be out of compliance and unable to be secured, needs to be upgraded again" just won't fly. We have stovepipe systems, and few of a kind systems that still run on unsupported XP, and as such as easy targets for exploitation. You think we'll not throw buckets of money at MS to keep w10 afloat as long as possible whichever version lasts the longest? We will, we did it with XP and old Server releases.
Kxmode wrote on May 27, 2021, 20:37:Actually makes me wonder if that's why they discontinued, to try and reduce that.
Pretty egregious on Valve's part. It must sting to owe four million to a company for patent infringement on a discontinued product.
Jonjonz wrote on May 25, 2021, 06:20:Do you recall everyone getting let go? It wasn't all nobodies.
This is the kind of BS that gets put out by some hapless PR droid after a purely insincere for show pantomime is conducted, a few nobodies get their wrists slapped, and the fat cats at the top who perpetrated the initial misconducts are still there and enjoying even bigger annual bonuses.
El Pit wrote on May 14, 2021, 05:37:I mean, they could just use their EA play pass for that. Make you get the premium version and you get all the DLC for free for $15 a month or whatever. A lot of people would view that as a bargain instead of like $100 for DLC
A DLC subscription service? Now, that sounds like what Paradox is all about.
I expect EA to add a DLC subscription service to the next Elder Scrolls game. Instead of paying $5 for horse armor, you will then rent is for cheap $20 per month (including other DLC, of course).
jdreyer wrote on May 4, 2021, 20:13:Also, on average, that's about $10 million to buy an exclusive game. A huge amount to smaller titles, and a big chunk to bigger ones.
9 months of (about 50) free games: $12M
110 Exclusive games: $1B
Shows you how quickly games get devalued.
Avus wrote on Apr 29, 2021, 00:31:Yeah what was the old retail and publisher cut? Like 50% or 75%? something like that. Back in the day when only the AAA titles really existed, and indies were non existent, or maybe only shareware that was harder to find and buy.
Most game developers should try making DVD/BR box games again, pay for retail shelves spaces, hosting game download/updates/mod download servers with great RELIABILITY and come back to talk about the 30% cut again.... (i don't even mention tons of other Steam features that most if not ALL game developers will not provide.
SHUT UP and make your game "properly". So I don't need to download your day one patch in GB size or paying full price to do BETA TEST for you.
Prez wrote on Apr 11, 2021, 23:43:Wow she's got a great custom half life rig
Yeah there's no "might" about it. Her rig is way better than mine.
Cutter wrote on Apr 9, 2021, 12:34:Don't get your hopes up. Probably something like a website with some links to a few percent off to amusement park tickets. Maybe the dell discount program.
Jesus, just how dumb are the workers in Alabama.
Speaking of unions, the oddest thing in the world happened yesterday. I got a letter in the mail from one of the first unions I ever joined - we're talking over 3 decades ago now - telling me to check my benefits. I don't even know how the hell they found me. Maybe I've had something sitting around collecting interest for 30+ years. Huh, I'll check in with them next week and see. And yeah, it's legit. It's the carpenter's union my pop belonged to - and a lot my family still does, as they're carpenters too.
RedEye9 wrote on Apr 5, 2021, 20:41:In addition to those methods, when the device itself fails, I believe one can simply buy another synology and pop the drives in.
This may be of value should something untoward happen https://www.anandtech.com/show/8399/recovering-data-from-a-failed-synology-nas
RedEye9 wrote on Apr 5, 2021, 20:43:
Dangit ubiquiti. I didn't get an email. Now i gotta study wtf is going on.
Acleacius wrote on Mar 31, 2021, 19:41:
@FakeSpyder I've been using it for at least 10 years without issue. They do have a little popup joke, every Jan 1.
Just make sure you always get your Cheat Table directly from Cheat Engine.
Their forums (where you get the tables) are called Fearless Revolution.
If there's a new game or old I'm interested in taking the tedium out of I just google, cyberpunk 2077 fearless.
They don't mind new people asking for help, but they will bite back someone isn't polite enough to say, please or thanks.
It's fairly easy to use, if you just want extra gold, to avoid 20 trips to the vendor because your pack or strength isn't enough.
You can usually just do a search on your own, though there's probably someone working on a version already.
You can freely download Cheat Engine and the Tables.
VaranDragon wrote on Mar 31, 2021, 03:50:
China busts and imprison cheat software providers. I wonder how this would have been handled in the west? They would have probably had to pay a hefty fine, and maybe do some prison time for tax evasion?
fakespyder wrote on Mar 26, 2021, 21:33:
Yeah, for some reason futuremark removed it from sale.
I have 2 steam guest passes that allows you to play it for a limited time. They've been sitting in my inventory doing nothing so give a yell if you want one.