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Just wish the damn things worked and quit bothering me with shit I don't need.
That sure help my mood Lannis.
If Windows is so great why does it need to be updated every week?
Like I said, if its so great, why does it need bug fixes (bad programming), and security patches (more bad programming)?
If its so great how is it so easily hacked?
My job is to make sure the information is safe - safe from hackers, safe from accidental exposure to those not cleared for the information, and to ensure its integrity - that the data has not been inadvertently changed or modified. There is nothing in my job description that says I have to make it available to engineers to do their work. This is where we start to compromise.
The hackers are just as talented as the people designing operating systems . There is not now , or has ever been a foolproof system or device . DustyAnd never will be. If a man can make it another man, or woman can break it and or fix it.
Well, we're none of us looking for "foolproof". The various Linux systems are certainly not "foolproof" or "unhackable", BUT we find that the hackers are going for the "deep pockets, people with vulnerable Windows systems of which there are 100 million of them out there, many of them fat, dumb, happy, and unprotected .... versus something like Ubuntu or Debian, of which there are (say) 3 million of them out there, with some level of protection. There's just not as much potential there for big results for the hackers, and so they tend not to spend their time messing with them. And so in actuality we find that Linux systems are messed with MUCH less than others ...I'll take that, versus some ideal of "foolproof" that can never be met.Lannis
Windows is like an insecure jail. Poor security but it gets "upgraded" weekly (weakly?). But the upgrades are hacked immediately. Its as if the programmers are the hackers.Sells a lot of anti virus software.I used Macs before they were Macs, aka Lisa and then the Apples before that.Never worried about that kind of stuff. Now ya gotta worry about it...why? Its basically MS these days.Since these windows machines are backward compatible to a point-Macs were, too-why is all that old code vulnerable? Didn't they write patches to fix that? And why does the new stuff get hacked immediately? Is it that bad?Are programmers leaking info or are the programmers the hackers, ensuring job security?Once they write a new OS, unless they are tasked with a new OS, without all the "updates" they are out of work.Just thinking outside the box.
You must definitely une another sort of Windows than me. My Win 10 1909 gets updates for Defender all the time. For the OS one update per month is usual. Feature updates (which are great - they steadily enhance the functionability of the machine) come every 6 months normally.And no, Defender is not the sole protection program for Windows. It is only a part of Windows Security.
Weird , this computer gets all of the updates , nothing changes , I must be doing something wrong Dusty
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