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Apr
25
reviewed Approve SQL Data types for Time
Apr
25
reviewed Approve Differences between the many lib folders in Linux
Apr
24
reviewed Close How do I “safely remove” (eject) an SD card or other removable media from the command line?
Apr
24
reviewed Leave Open Low-cost video streaming distribution system
Apr
24
reviewed Close Computer and power supply
Apr
24
reviewed Close Internet Explorer crashes on startup unless using remote desktop, Windows 7, IE 9
Apr
24
reviewed Close Windows 7 crashes if left idle over night
Apr
24
reviewed Close Prefferred DNS server points to own network. What to enter as best alternative DNS server?
Apr
24
reviewed Close Hard Drive usage causing system lag
Apr
23
reviewed Approve Firefox 20 does not open select box
Apr
23
awarded  Custodian
Apr
23
reviewed Approve Regular expression to find senders IP using grep or other languages
Apr
23
reviewed Approve wireshark tag wiki
Apr
23
reviewed Close Getting up and running with boost
Apr
23
reviewed Close A Linux based VPN server that is compatible with the built in VPN client in Windows
Apr
23
reviewed Close Uninstalling Ubuntu (without WUBI)
Apr
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
20
comment What does it mean for software to run natively?
It's not that the question is bad per se, but it's not good for this site. As evidenced by the answers, it's not something that can be answered cleanly and has a number of arguments surrounding it, which makes its closing entirely appropriate according to the FAQ.
Apr
19
awarded  Yearling
Apr
16
comment What does it mean for software to run natively?
@Ben Voigt: It's still a first-party API, the binaries are compiled to native x86/amd64 code (whether at runtime by the CLR or in advance with ngen), and the framework has been shipped with recent versions of Windows. This is part of a larger argument though, and not really appropriate here.