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    Victor · 6 months ago
    Today, the U.S. Senate passed a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to save net neutrality and overturn the FCC’s disastrous order to end net neutrality protections.

    We’re pleased this resolution passed – it’s a huge step, but the battle to protect net neutrality and reinstate the 2015 rules isn’t over. The next step is for the motion to go to the House of Representatives for a vote before the order is supposed to go into effect on June 11. Unfortunately, the rules in the House will make passage much harder than in the Senate; at this point, it’s not clear when, or if, there will be a vote there.

    We will continue to fight for net neutrality in every way possible as we try to protect against erosion into a discriminatory internet, with ultimately a far worse experience for any users and businesses who don’t pay more for special treatment.

    We are leading the legal battle in Mozilla v. FCC, working closely with policymakers, and educating consumers through advocacy for an open, equal, accessible internet.

    And, we’re not alone – last week we partnered with organizations like Consumer Reports and the Electronic Frontier Foundation in the Red Alert protest to encourage Americans to call Congress in support of net neutrality. Consumers also share their support for the net neutrality fight- we recently conducted a poll that shows 91% of Americans believe consumers should be able to freely and quickly access their preferred content on the internet.

    As I said in December– The FCC decision to obliterate the 2015 net neutrality protections is the result of broken processes, broken politics, and broken policies. The end of net neutrality would only benefit Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and it would end the internet as we know it, harming every day users and small businesses, eroding free speech, competition, innovation and user choice in the process.

    Net neutrality is a core characteristic of the internet, and crucial for the economy and everyday lives. It is imperative that all internet traffic be treated equally, without discrimination against content or type of traffic — that’s how the internet was built and what has made it one of the greatest inventions of all time.

    We’ll keep fighting for the open internet, and so we ask you to call your members of Congress to make sure that politicians decide to protect their constituents rather than increase the power of ISPs.
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      Tomo · 5 months ago
      :?Are you a troll? Great to know but doesn't really concern the context of a computer system doesn't it, plus not everyone lives in the US nor concerned with your politics? Stick to a political platform my friend.
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      datauser · 5 months ago
      Yes, your political diatribe is very much out of keeping with this site. Find a congressman to support or something!
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      Don Trump · 5 months ago
      Some nice info about it, but why did you post it here? Are you a politician, you talk as if you are?
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      Fran · 4 months ago
      Wtf is this rant doing here! Get lost we know all this already.
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      Yammer · 3 months ago
      He Quacked alright
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    WinXPuser · 6 months ago
    Well, all i can say is that im loving the xp black edition. i hope in the future we can see more releases
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      Ramsey · 6 months ago
      The future is closer than you think.
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    randomlife · 5 months ago
    the release windows 7 black edition?
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      Ramsey · 5 months ago
      Next month there will be a "Windows 10 Enterprise 1803 x64 - Integral Edition v2018.8.XX" release.
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        TheRedZone · 5 months ago
        Thanks for the info. I've got a 40GB SSD ready and waiting!
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        Lots of XP Boxes! · 5 months ago
        What's the minimum hardware confguration to support this new W10 release?
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          Ramsey · 5 months ago
          The minimum hardware requirements will be the same as a normal Windows 10 version:
          1 GHz Processor / 2GB of RAM / 20GB of Hard Drive Space / DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver.
          But this are really the minimum minimum hardware requirements.
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            Lots of XP Boxes! · 5 months ago
            Hmm, guess I'll just have to stick with XP on all of our 'XP boxes' (I run a senior center)! Might give some lightweight Linux a good look...
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              Ramsey · 5 months ago
              Take the time until April 2019 to try out Windows 10 on one of your Computer and test out if it runs smoothly for what it needs to do. If it doesn't run smoothly then i would recommend to switch to Linux Mint. http://linuxmint.com.
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                Lots of XP Boxes! · 5 months ago
                All of our XP boxes are x86 (P4) so after Apr 2019 'that's all she wrote'. Hopefully Linux Mint (XFCE) will be the answer! ...thanks
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            TheRedZone · 4 months ago
            I should be good to go. I'm going to swap drives and put it on a Toshiba L505 laptop that originally came with Win 7 64bit. I'm running Xubuntu 16.04.5 32bit at the moment with 3GB RAM.

            CPU op-mode(s): 32-bit, 64-bit
            Byte Order: Little Endian
            CPU(s): 2
            On-line CPU(s) list: 0,1
            Thread(s) per core: 1
            Core(s) per socket: 2
            Socket(s): 1
            Vendor ID: GenuineIntel
            CPU family: 6
            Model: 23
            Model name: Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU T4400 @ 2.20GHz
            Stepping: 10
            CPU MHz: 1881.734
            CPU max MHz: 2200.0000
            CPU min MHz: 1200.0000
            BogoMIPS: 4388.57
            L1d cache: 32K
            L1i cache: 32K
            L2 cache: 1024K
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              Ramsey · 4 months ago
              This will work fine on your Laptop.
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        TheRedZone · 5 months ago
        Is this going to be an AIO with the option to choose which version during install? (Home/Pro/Enterprise) (32bit/64bit)
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          Ramsey · 5 months ago
          A 32-bit version will not be added because if a computer doesn't support 64-bit then it will be anyway to old to run Windows 10 smoothly.
          And Windows 10 Enterprise can be downgraded (even on a running system) to any version (except the Home version) by entering the corresponding CD-Key.
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            Jacko · 5 months ago
            Ramsey, I have a Win7 64 bit Toshiba Satellite Pro laptop. Will I be able to run your Win10 system and would I need some drivers? Toshiba don't give drivers for Win 10 only for WinXP and Win7! Maybe Win7 drivers willbwork in Win10 if soundcard drivers are missing etc, unless your Win10 has universal drivers?
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              Ramsey · 5 months ago
              When a Windows Vista/7/8 is running smoothly on a computer then Windows 10 will run the same or faster if the computer has low-end hardware.
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            randomlife · 4 months ago
            yes in anycase
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        randomlife · 5 months ago
        oh woow fantastic
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      Tomo · 5 months ago
      waste of time if you ask meme like if you asked for Win8 too. Xp or Win10 as Ramsey is correctly doing.
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      datauser · 5 months ago
      In the flavour of this site's original reason to exist, an XP special version was made and Ramsey's concept of continuing it, plus adapting Win10 is both logical for the future continuance of this site, so ideas like let's have a Win7 or a Win8 are very redundant! Win10 is the future now!
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        Droopster · 2 months ago
        If you can and like win10 I just installed win7 on a new system simple because its easy and simple to use for me . Tried and tested win10 ; YES it 'might' run faster . NO its not faster cause its made in a way that i have to do a lot off actons to get something done ... And then i dont even mention the privacy crap . Misuse off my bandwith . Bloatware crap etc. etc. Simple said ; When i go for that im stuck in the cage off the system who likes control .... So if win10 is the future ??? Nice future So happy that i got my T60 on xp running again Finally i can get something done QUICK
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          palm · 23 days ago
          I have 1 DVD for Win7 and a kid told me recently in passing it's like 30gb for Win10... 0-0 - surely not... I knew data was getting big but really! (I don't believe it by the way and no need to look it up - feel free to say how big your install is personally for you if you use Win10)
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        palm · 23 days ago
        Yeah I was think both (this and the reply). Both and probably All people have their own use cases... I have to lean towards why we do all this in the first place... like for minimalism etc (less hardware/less access/dangers,rejecting money/buying more,limited ram,reviving old laptops,'am used to it', apps from before ran-faster, less pay-wall/sweet-spot versions, new gen of minimalists/nostalgia... and maybe eventually all before moving to Linux... or Win 10...).... I just came back from Win7 which wasn't much of a jump but changes like GPT and more protective partitioning meant things not able to be read in XP so it's wise/less problematic to skip even less versions considering all the 'cleverness' of almost everything just to get into an OS screen! 'Lessons learned' makes me say more 'advanced' or 'better stuff' is logically to be wary of --soo many small hidden things all us / 'die-hard' users know all this and do well to hesitate before blindly upgrading or just taking 'it's better' as an ok suggestion We're all learning and paving the way... even toward Linux / Win10 but longer the more honest I feel those producers are. Sorry it's long but it's been a while, I felt like posting because there so many great efforts for common reasons... and so many quick shit things... maybe a list of all the reasons why would be good and nice for peeps to look at / remind themselves/ learn (happy to help with that).... a happy OS to you!
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    boricua62 · 1 months ago
    Im new to the group, just wanna say the windows 10 enterprise Integral edition is great. Great job!!!
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    iJamess · 1 months ago
    Hello Ramsey, how or where can I download the wallpaper you are using on your page? Thanks.
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    kandikuntas · 28 days ago
    internet connectivity issues with the windows xp be which i installed from a torrent, please help.
    I'm able to conect to wifi router but not able to access internet tried to reset network properties but no use, so installed back ubuntu as dual boot on my old compaq presario f700 notebook.
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      Ramsey · 28 days ago
      Check if the DHCP settings (IP, Gateway, DNS) are the same as in Ubuntu.
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        kandikuntas · 28 days ago
        verified connection settings are set as automatic in both ubuntu and winxp,.
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          Ramsey · 28 days ago
          Try to use opendns.com as a DNS Server.
          And form where did you downloaded the WinXP-IE?