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Slashdot Items Tagged "bloat"

Date / TimeStory
Friday May 01, 2015 @02:56AM Microsoft Integrates Autodesk's 3D Printing Platform Spark Into Windows 10
Saturday April 04, 2015 @01:13AM The Most Highly Voted Requests In Windows 10 Feedback Pool
Monday February 02, 2015 @02:50PM Microsoft Announces Windows For Raspberry Pi 2
Monday February 02, 2015 @01:31AM Users as guinea pigs for Windows 10
Wednesday January 28, 2015 @01:42AM Latest Windows 10 Preview Build Brings Unexpectedly Large Number of Enhancements
Monday January 26, 2015 @01:30AM DirectX 12 Lies Dormant Within Microsoft's Recent Windows 10 Update
Sunday January 25, 2015 @03:54AM In Addition To Project Spartan, Windows 10 Will Include Internet Explorer
Tuesday October 22, 2013 @12:41AM Why Does Windows Have Terrible Battery Life?
Friday October 18, 2013 @12:27AM Visual Studio 2013 Released
Tuesday September 10, 2013 @11:56PM Intel's Haswell Chips Pushing Windows RT into Oblivion
Tuesday September 10, 2013 @11:31PM Intel's Haswell Chips Pushing Windows RT Into Oblivion
Tuesday November 06, 2012 @02:28AM Software Uses Almost 1/2 the Storage On 32GB Surface Tablet
Thursday July 19, 2012 @12:45PM Microsoft Office 2013 Not Compatible With Windows XP, Vista
Friday December 23, 2011 @08:01AM Average Web Page Approaches 1MB
Sunday November 06, 2011 @05:17PM Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Won't Fit On a CD
Tuesday November 01, 2011 @09:43AM Things That Turbo Pascal Is Smaller Than
Friday September 03, 2010 @12:06PM Flawed iTunes Stands Out Among Apple's Products
Wednesday March 17, 2010 @06:21AM Simpler "Hello World" Demonstrated In C
Tuesday July 14, 2009 @01:51AM Hands-On Preview of Microsoft Office 2010
Tuesday June 16, 2009 @05:56PM Opera 10.0 Released, With Integrated Web Server Functionality
Wednesday February 11, 2009 @08:11PM Firefox 3.2 Plans Include Natural Language, Themes
Wednesday November 05, 2008 @02:27AM Linux Kernel Surpasses 10 Million Lines of Code
Wednesday April 30, 2008 @01:45AM Average Web Page Size Triples Since 2003
Thursday September 21, 2006 @08:15AM to Get Firefox Extensions and More
Monday April 10, 2006 @06:13PM Negroponte says Linux too 'Fat'

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