Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 8th Mar 2013 23:07 UTC
Windows "A senior Samsung Electronics executive said Friday the launch of Windows 8 has failed to bolster demand for PCs and he does not expect the PC industry to rebound soon." Of course, Samsung and other OEMs could've, you know, built better computers. Just a suggestion.
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Ctrl+Alt+Del on Linux is a really handy way to reboot when you're in a TTY, if somehow your resources are all tied up to the extent that even your console is unresponsive. It's also useful if your graphical environment is stuck, Ctrl+Alt+Backspace isn't configured correctly, and you find that after having done a Ctrl+Alt+F1 the whole system is unresponsive. If even Ctrl+Alt+Del doesn't work there is always the REISUB-magic...

But yes, most graphical environments catch Ctrl+Alt+Del to not do anything.

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