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tropicoflame

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dobar je mek..ali samo do trenutka dok ne krenu problemi..onda si je.bo jeza u ledja :)

generalno to vazi za jabuku.. sve super radi dok ne dodje do problema..ne kazem da su cesti problemi..ali ako ti se zalomi problem..nastaje golgota
ne znam o kakvim problemima pricas? software? hardware?
jedini problem koji sam imao je na g5 sa vodenim hladjenjem kada je procurelo i promenili celu plocu i blok za hladjenje.. ali cela serija je bila takva lose projektovana... od hardware nikad nista vise na ni sam ne znam koliko masina.
softver sta da ti kazem sve sto ima za win ima i za meka, osim usko specijalizovanih malih programa koji kontrolisu hardwerske masine kao gerber plotere programatore ili neke medicinske uredjaje... ali to dotice 0,1 posto korisnika...sve ostalo je neuporedivo lakse za koriscenje i stabilnije iz razloga sto je hardwer od proizvodjaca kao i operativni sistem...nije ovo za i protiv wina, ali zaista ne znam nikoga ko je sa wina presao na osx pa da se vratio.
 

tropicoflame

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Malo ćemo off, uzmem ja iPhone instaliram neki file manager, otvorim taj FM kad prvi vidim samo jedan folder - Downloads I Ništa više 😂
Majstori su ti jabucari, šta ti koji ***** treba pristup File systemu 🤣
pa treba ti...ako os da odradis krek za neki app koji si skinuo na probu a znas kako...zato vise ni ne daju free na probu bolje i kompleksnije programe jer kada uradis jailbreak imas sve kao na rutovanom androidu...ali kazem kome to treba.... ako ti treba program kupis ga najvise ti treba 5 top aplikacija i za to puknes plafon 50 evra jer sve ostalo imas u operativnom.... mada da budem iskren prave i oni pizdarije sa apdejtima jer ih prave u poslednje vreme zbog gluposti i da bi onemogucili jailbreak
 

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Windows 7 Under Attack as Retirement Date Just Around the Corner


Report reveals infection rate growing 71% on Windows 7





Oct 14, 2019 12:30 GMT · By Bogdan Popa · Comment ·
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Windows 7 will be retired in January 2020




Windows 7 will be retired in just a few months, as Microsoft will ship the very last updates for this operating system on January 14, 2020, and the closer we get to this retirement date, the more obvious security risks of staying with an old platform become.
A report published by security company Webroot reveals that the number of infections aimed at Windows 7 increased by no less than 71 percent when compared with 2018.
“In general, computers using the Windows 7 operating system are twice as likely to become infected as those running Windows 10, with approximately .12 infections per Windows 7 device so far in 2019, and 0.05 infections per Windows 10 device,” the report reveals.
Windows 10 home users, the primary target
Just like before, home users are primarily targeted, and Webroot says home users are more prone to end up with their devices compromised by malware, as 64% of the infections are aimed at these computers.
“There are a variety of contributors to this discrepancy, not least of which is that most corporate devices are protected by business firewalls and mandatory security, while home users may be more lax in protecting their devices. Second, the average person is more likely to exercise caution while browsing the web on a work device that their employer owns,” the security vendor explains.
When it comes to compromising a Windows 7 device, most malware infections hide their files in places where it’s harder to find them. For example, 41 percent of the malware samples hide in the temp folder, while 24 percent move their files to appdata. Around 11 percent turned the cache system folder into their new home.
Windows 7 is still running on some 30 percent of the world’s computers, and it’ll certainly be hard for Microsoft to convince everyone to upgrade, especially as switching to Windows 10 would mean embracing the company’s new modern operating system.


https://news.softpedia.com/news/windows-7-under-attack-as-retirement-date-just-around-the-corner-527814.shtml
 

fosilvaso

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Windows 7 Under Attack as Retirement Date Just Around the Corner


Report reveals infection rate growing 71% on Windows 7





Oct 14, 2019 12:30 GMT · By Bogdan Popa · Comment ·
Share:



Windows 7 will be retired in January 2020




Windows 7 will be retired in just a few months, as Microsoft will ship the very last updates for this operating system on January 14, 2020, and the closer we get to this retirement date, the more obvious security risks of staying with an old platform become.
A report published by security company Webroot reveals that the number of infections aimed at Windows 7 increased by no less than 71 percent when compared with 2018.
“In general, computers using the Windows 7 operating system are twice as likely to become infected as those running Windows 10, with approximately .12 infections per Windows 7 device so far in 2019, and 0.05 infections per Windows 10 device,” the report reveals.
Windows 10 home users, the primary target
Just like before, home users are primarily targeted, and Webroot says home users are more prone to end up with their devices compromised by malware, as 64% of the infections are aimed at these computers.
“There are a variety of contributors to this discrepancy, not least of which is that most corporate devices are protected by business firewalls and mandatory security, while home users may be more lax in protecting their devices. Second, the average person is more likely to exercise caution while browsing the web on a work device that their employer owns,” the security vendor explains.
When it comes to compromising a Windows 7 device, most malware infections hide their files in places where it’s harder to find them. For example, 41 percent of the malware samples hide in the temp folder, while 24 percent move their files to appdata. Around 11 percent turned the cache system folder into their new home.
Windows 7 is still running on some 30 percent of the world’s computers, and it’ll certainly be hard for Microsoft to convince everyone to upgrade, especially as switching to Windows 10 would mean embracing the company’s new modern operating system.


https://news.softpedia.com/news/windows-7-under-attack-as-retirement-date-just-around-the-corner-527814.shtml
COOL! Zanimljivo da su hackeri navalili na umirući Win7 kojega sve manje korisnika ima!? Komentare ZADRŽAVAM za sebe! :rotf::rotf::rotf:
 

Commie

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Ne, ne kapiras suštinu.
Teze je hakerima da ugroze W10 pored aktivne podrške a lakše je da hakuju w7 kome je istekla podrška ...
Biće tu tek napada, ne kažem da ne treba kazniti nesavesne ...imali su do sada vremena itekako..
 

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Ne, ne kapiras suštinu.
Teze je hakerima da ugroze W10 pored aktivne podrške a lakše je da hakuju w7 kome je istekla podrška ...
Biće tu tek napada, ne kažem da ne treba kazniti nesavesne ...imali su do sada vremena itekako..
Onda imamo još dve teme? A koji klinac onda rade razni anti ovo-ono programi? I: Koji će nam klinac razni anti ovo-ono programi ako imamo redovite zakrpe, apdejte i 'podršku'? Ukratko: Ciganska posla!
 

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