Did you know that it is possible to unzip (sic!) Unix .tar files under Windows? At least according to Asus FAQ:
The reality is unfortunately a much more sad:
You cannot unzip (or untar?) a .tar file without additional special application neither under Windows 10 nor even under Windows 11. Folks at Asus has been using a "different" Windows, sorry.
For some really, really weird reason somebody at Microsoft figured out that it will be very cool to register Ctrl+C as a shortcut that:
- Scrolls up page to the very top
- Shifts focus to the query box ("Ask me anything…")
- Opens up search history
Moron who did it forgot that about 2 billion people around the world is using Ctrl+C for… copying selected text.
Is there really anyone out there that much stupid?
It's XXI century, we're sending people to the Moon and we're dealing with artificial intelligence, but we cannot cope with a printer having to print the same document for five times in a row...
And, now... what, Bill?