I missed on Miami this year, but after attending the show at Mighty SF the week before I knew the Miami gig would be a treat
Keep putting these out JD.. its really a great series! Tons of diversity so we can all find something we like, beautiful music, sublime programming, and on top of it all it really showcases your skill, which I think its the main reason we are all here and support you.
Not their best set, but very few were recorded on video like that.. either way, china cat into I know you Rider and Bob Weir was on point that day
1st set "Let The Good Times Roll" (Cooke) > "Feel Like A Stranger" (Weir, Barlow) "Built To Last" (Garcia, Hunter) "Me and My Uncle" (Phillips) > "Cumberland Blues" (Garcia, Lesh, Hunter) "It's All Over Now" (B. Womack, S. Womack) "West L.A. Fadeaway" (Garcia, Hunter) "Desolation Row" (Dylan) > "Deal" (Garcia, Hunter)
2nd set (starts at 1.05)
"China Cat Sunflower" (Garcia, Hunter) > "I Know You Rider" (traditional, arranged by Grateful Dead) "Playing in the Band" (Weir, Hart, Hunter) > "Uncle John's Band" (Garcia, Hunter) > "Standing On The Moon" (Garcia, Hunter) > "Drums" (Kreutzmann, Hart) > "Space" (Garcia, Weir, Lesh, Mydland) > "The Wheel" (Garcia, Kreutzmann, Hunter) > "Gimme Some Lovin'" (S. Winwood, M. Winwood, Davis) > "Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad" (traditional, arranged by Grateful Dead) > "Not Fade Away" (Hardin, Petty) "We Bid You Goodnight" (traditional, arranged by Grateful Dead)
Simple fact is most malware gets in to an operating systems via the user. Since Microsoft introduced UAC I don't think I've ever had a virus/malware on Windows. It's there so you get to decide what get's privileges to install software (and have elevated rights), but problem is people just see it as a nuisance, and click through it, without checking what it is that wants those rights.
They are "sandboxing" pretty much everything on Win10 including the old win32 programs so it should be even safer if you stick to downloading stuff from their store.. waiting to see how many win32 devs would bother putting their software on there.
As far as I understand win32 apps downloaded from the store will run in some sort of a VM which would make it even easier to remove them as well.
You can still sideload whatever you want, but I think you will have to turn that option on in the settings.
And ye.. windows defender works pretty well for me.. haven't had any issues