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If you mention npm packages than you should know about 4K challenge that none of JS people can beat: deliver software with less than 4096 npm packages.
Otherwise, it might happen that apart from 3 fixes this update delivers a couple of useful features i.e. mining cryptocurrency or sending your personal data to some remote server.
The update's technical page might report only 3 fixes, but that's probably what's new between this one and the last. But it actually includes updates for everything that's been patched since the first OS release.
Based on this, I look forward to more companies venturing into the use of 'AI' to assist with the ordering process! Now I can order some mundane innocent item and when something in an unmarked brown package turns up it won't be my fault!
did she assemble it wrong??? them little pieces all look the same.
I was thinking the same thing. I once bought a coat closet from an eastern bloc IKEA clone. Took it home and once I finished assembling it, I realized that it had become a bike! Plus the box was missing half a dozen dowels, three screws and a MiG-21!
So, all jokes aside did you check the confirmation email to ensure it was supposed to be a bike? And I'm assuming the vendor will be paying for the return shipping to correct their obvious error.
Honestly that has to be one of the most bizarre shipping mix-ups I've encountered. Most of mine are of the "Ordered a pair of sunglasses was sent the wrong size, color, and style. I couldn't wear them but hey! At least you got the sunglasses part correct." variety.