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Well, I'm being (what I thought was obviously) sarcastic, and you're busy being a pedantic little bitch. But hey, that's just my view...
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Also, speeding on public roads is for impatient people who can't plan ahead. The real fun is had accelerating, decelerating, and pulling lateral Gs (corners). All of which can be done safely, legally, and with any number of cylinders.
Very interesting, but reading the customer reviews, this is a 4X PCIe unit, not 16X. Apparently this means you can only get about half the speed out of fast M.2 drives. (I must confess I don't understand PCI specs that well.) If my conclusions are correct, a M.2 drive on this board will still be about 3 times faster than a SATA SSD, but you won't get the blistering 6X speeds of units like the Samsung 970 M.2 series. Pity!
Anyone who understands PCIe specs better, please feel free to chip in.
There are times, when I hate the way MS does things. Or rather, doesn't.
I moved a couple of controls around on a Form in VS2019, so I wanted to correct the new tab order. No toolbar button. OK, add it - done. Click it. Button toggles state, nothing happens. Google for "tab order VS" - try the View menu. OK. Toolbar button changes state, nothing else happens.
Google for "tab order not working in visual studio 2019": MS link. Follow it. It's reporting a bug in the RC version. MS Response?
Thank you for the feedback, but our team was unable to prioritize it at this time as they are working on problems with broader customer impact.
And we will give you more info once we are getting the progress.
Thanks for contributing to Developer Community.
Nice to see MS haven't changed their attitude to Beta testers who find bugs since the DOS days ...
There is a workaround: switch off Options ... Environment ... General ... "Optimize rendering for screens with different pixel densities." and restart VS. Tab Order now works.
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On a different note - since the last Win 10 update the on screen keyboard of my Surface Pro is white - apparently if you set the theme to dark it makes it black again but then so is everything else wtf ?
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