Didn't know, I've heard of Google Stadia, but not people gaming remotely on VPSes; latency must be quite tough for FPS games.I'm not sure about Azure, but gaming on EC2 instances is something that people do. It didn't really make sense to me when I first heard of it, but with the current GPU prices? Sure.
Counts as incest at worst or nepotism at best (middle doors are harems, some religious orders and some French management concept)...What about Linux (Ubuntu, CentOS) running on top of Windows (as a VM)? And Windows running on top of iOS (as a bootcamp)?
How does that count?
That makes me wonder how many [ummm....] innies are members. They do have better/wider frequency response but I dunno why their SINAD is different, or maybe it is a true IM issue between [ummm...] innies and outies!It is like being married to a woman who is sleeping with everyone else in the neighborhood, and who tells all.
Linux is more secure because it is a better design in pretty much every respect. Open source has less to do with it.
Open source promotes security for several reasons, not the least of which is because it means the codeI think this is debatable though. Other OSes are closed source so we will never know what's in there. System design/architect or Kernel dev are not my specialty so I have no comment on this matter.
Nice! Where did you steal that word from... the toilet?