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While this is very disheartening, please don't think it was a waste of time. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.

The use of ad-blocking software hurts the site. Because they don't want to.

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You can't just jam all the files into a single zip and away you go. Please ignore the previous sentence. Is there any chance of this happening? Is defiance and ignorance.

File size is not as big a deal as it used to be. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. This project would be a gargantuan undertaking! And that is also a matter of money!

Some of them critical, some important, some optional. Now you want them to take all those updates and roll them together into one huge globule. Please do not read this sentence.

Still, we are talking about an unofficial update from an obscure source, adobe flash media live encoder mac with limited time and resources for testing across a broad range of machines. No other updates have been added.

Tens of thousands of man hours is easily millions of dollars in wages that need to be paid.

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This seems to be pretty useful, though. And if serving the file is an issue, at least offer the discs. Display as a link instead. And we do live in the age of broadband. Until then, please accept a sincere Thank you from me on their behalf.

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Which would generate tens of thousands of man hours to take care of the problems. There will always be just as many folks that complain that there is not enough in it as those who complain that there is too much. Office Office Exchange Server.

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Only to the person serving the file having to deal with the demand. People have been predicting the downfall of Microsoft almost from the day it started. But I think Microsoft can afford the bandwidth.

Jared Newman covers personal technology from his remote Cincinnati outpost. And yes it is about money for one because Microsoft is a business. Some of them were security patches, some were bug fixes, some were capability upgrades. Maybe you were not appreciated immediately, but maybe one person will look back and realize how kind you were to them.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Which also means for us investment and money. Zounds of gigabytes each and every year. Businesses do what they do in order to make money.

So they are dropping support on it. There have been thousands if not more updates.

And people in purgatory would really like some ice water, but it's not likely they're going to get any for quite awhile. But that is something what Microsoft don't care about. It just ends up making you look bad. They could even ask for shipping charges. And I am sure you would want it possible to give options for skipping updates that one might want to not use.

It's not a question of space. They would be fielding thousands of user support tickets to deal with issues created with this monster you are proposing. So for me not really a big deal. You can grab the beta from Google Drive or from Softpedia's Website. And naturally it has to be free because all the other patches were free.

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