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  2. When I get "you have history to look back on", I just delete everything. If it's been online for a year, those that wanted to see it, saw it, so I just delete it.
  3. RNDM_STRNGR

    MSI announces new desktops with 10th-generation Intel CPUs

    Has to be. I see no other reason someone would buy it otherwise
  4. Nothing is free, encryption need extra computing power. I do not understand why a normal user will need encryption. Are you doing anything wrong with it? Piracy is ok but don't overdo. Most of the encryption would be handled by the client. This is from a company that didn't even offer encryption until the bad press. Zoom had a chance to be "the solution", now due to all those security vulnerabilities, they will be known as the "the insecure solution". All those companies that blocked it, yeah, it's still not allowed. Where is the source that say most of the encryption would be handled by the client? EFF has an excellent deep dive into this. https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...cryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...cryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...cryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...ey-encryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...cryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...cryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...ey-encryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...key-encryption-systems-work I'm asking the ZOOM, bro. LOL what? Every end-to-end encryption is handled as described in that link, including Zoom. That is the definition of end-to-end. *Major Facepalm* EVERY is a bold claim LOL. Where is the mention of Zoom in that article? Can you quote for me? Classic case of not understanding that if A=B and B=C then A=C. Sorry, can't help you with that. We are being trolled. That or he truly doesn’t understand what cost of doing business is and what things you should pass on to the customer and not. I suspect the former. LMAO what cost to pass on to end user? Are you living in a fantasy world? This is crazy that I have to explain everything in this world is just give and take no mater you like it or not. Not everyone is a piracy freak like you LOL. Support e2e encryption = support piracy? Man, can I have whatever you're smoking? I’m all for smoking but not if it kills my IQ to that point. Yea, just admit that you want free from others hard work, it is nothing wrong but please don't cry about it when others demand for their hard work. Man, you are way out there.
  5. That MSI Pro 16T is interesting. COM ports, a LPT port, USB 2 and 3, Bluetooth. It looks like one of those old AIO TVs (with a built in DVD or VHS player). Probably geared for small Mom & Pop stores still holding onto their old dot matrix printers and 20+ year old scanner.
  6. I was thinking that also. SpaceX is technically International, so paid flights aren't out of the question as long as USGov doesn't embargo it (China, for instance).
  7. Nothing is free, encryption need extra computing power. I do not understand why a normal user will need encryption. Are you doing anything wrong with it? Piracy is ok but don't overdo. Most of the encryption would be handled by the client. This is from a company that didn't even offer encryption until the bad press. Zoom had a chance to be "the solution", now due to all those security vulnerabilities, they will be known as the "the insecure solution". All those companies that blocked it, yeah, it's still not allowed. Where is the source that say most of the encryption would be handled by the client? EFF has an excellent deep dive into this. https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...ey-encryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...cryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...cryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...ey-encryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...key-encryption-systems-work I'm asking the ZOOM, bro. LOL what? Every end-to-end encryption is handled as described in that link, including Zoom. That is the definition of end-to-end. *Major Facepalm* EVERY is a bold claim LOL. Where is the mention of Zoom in that article? Can you quote for me? Classic case of not understanding that if A=B and B=C then A=C. Sorry, can't help you with that. We are being trolled. That or he truly doesn’t understand what cost of doing business is and what things you should pass on to the customer and not. I suspect the former. LMAO what cost to pass on to end user? Are you living in a fantasy world? This is crazy that I have to explain everything in this world is just give and take no mater you like it or not. Not everyone is a piracy freak like you LOL. Support e2e encryption = support piracy? Man, can I have whatever you're smoking? I’m all for smoking but not if it kills my IQ to that point. Yea, just admit that you want free from others hard work, it is nothing wrong but please don't cry about it when others demand for their hard work.
  8. Nothing is free, encryption need extra computing power. I do not understand why a normal user will need encryption. Are you doing anything wrong with it? Piracy is ok but don't overdo. Most of the encryption would be handled by the client. This is from a company that didn't even offer encryption until the bad press. Zoom had a chance to be "the solution", now due to all those security vulnerabilities, they will be known as the "the insecure solution". All those companies that blocked it, yeah, it's still not allowed. Where is the source that say most of the encryption would be handled by the client? EFF has an excellent deep dive into this. https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...cryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...ey-encryption-systems-work" rel="external nofollow">https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/...key-encryption-systems-work I'm asking the ZOOM, bro. LOL what? Every end-to-end encryption is handled as described in that link, including Zoom. That is the definition of end-to-end. *Major Facepalm* EVERY is a bold claim LOL. Where is the mention of Zoom in that article? Can you quote for me? Classic case of not understanding that if A=B and B=C then A=C. Sorry, can't help you with that. We are being trolled. That or he truly doesn’t understand what cost of doing business is and what things you should pass on to the customer and not. I suspect the former. LMAO what cost to pass on to end user? Are you living in a fantasy world? This is crazy that I have to explain everything in this world is just give and take no mater you like it or not. Not everyone is a piracy freak like you LOL. Support e2e encryption = support piracy? Man, can I have whatever you're smoking? Huh? didn't encryption prevent others to know what you did? That's not piracy? Who smoke what now? LOL
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  10. I think they are 2 different devices. The first picture is OMEN 15 and the second one is Pavilion Gaming 16 Good to hear, thank you!
  11. Actually they're not the same device, as the hinges look different Thanks! That’s better then
  12. No kidding - that looks awful compared to today’s standards. That said, looks like the focus is POS systems as mentioned in the article and I can see where that would be appealing. It’s about performance at best cost there. I could also potentially see this for school labs.
  13. kjordan2001

    Google's upcoming 'Sabrina' Android TV dongle leaks

    If this does CEC, you won't need many (or any) others if you don't have other input devices.
  14. The new URL bar was added in Firefox 75, though I don't like it either. Fortunately there are about:config tweaks that will disable it. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1283831
  15. That Pro 16T looks like it is 20 years old.
  16. i have no need for any of these things on my computer, it is a computer not a phone. I have nothing against them, i have Echo dots here, but I just don't think they a place on a computer. The line between devices is blurring. I for one do not want it to blur, my computer is not a phone, it is a bit difficult to put it on my back and take it with me or put it in pocket I know you're probably just trolling, but I don't think that's the part of the blurring they are referring to. As an example I could have google home's around the house, but rather than having one on my desk where my laptop/desktop is setup, the computer could have the same functions as the google home. I could talk to it, and it would respond, play music or make a phone call. The low power modes of high power devices makes this possible and realistic user case, unlike years ago when a computer was either ON (with fans roaring) or OFF. With Windows on my 2013 laptop I have and use some of those features already, and I'm not putting it into my pocket! I am not trolling at all, I don't know why you would think that. This computer don't have a microphone connected, in fact the only 2 microphones I have got is a Zoom H1, which is mainly used with the camcorder, if it is connected to the computer it is for voice overlays on video, the other one is a cheap trust one I got years ago and I use that for chatting via Skype or lately Discord, but it is never left plugged in. So a person al assitant type thing would not be much good to me, true i could type things in, but then it would not be so useful and to be honest, my Echo dot is sat just under the monitor, so not taking up any space. This machine is a desktop, it has a Ryzen R7 1700 in, a load of ram and a AMD RX5700 video card in and a few hard drives, low power on this machine is not really low power. Maybe I should get a tester and test how much this machine takes when doing nothing. ​​​ While this may not fit some people idea, I want my computer to be a computer. I don't even connect it to my phone unless i need to get photos off it and then I use a USB cable, because I do not want my phone to connected permanently to my computer, not that I use my phone that much for photos that I need to keep. If I had the space I would take this machine of the net and set my old one up using Linux for net based stuff. I do have the space to be honest, but it means moving rooms around and that is hassle at the moment. Sorry, I misunderstood your comment. Cool story bro, most of that went over my head with the description of your setup. But surely you can understand why an ai assistant built into a desktop/laptop OS still would have merit. Maybe not in your user case, but for many casual users (read: majority) it would be very useful (if they got it right). For businesses, professionals and people who still plug their phone in via USB to retrieve their photos, it's more than likely unnecessary. But back to blurred lines between computers and portable devices. Computers are so much more than a dumb terminal we grew up with that just waited for a typed command. They are active, working for us in the background to assist us with what ever we may request, however we may request it. Maybe for some people an AI assistant as you put it will be useful, the thing is the majority of laptops have awful Microphones that will pick up a slight bit of noise. I chat to someone using discord who has a pretty new high spec laptop, but the microphone in it is awful, they had to go and get a USB one. I don't the majority would use an assistant on a computer, if they did then cortana would not have failed and more MS would not be lowering down to what it is in the 2004 version of Windows 10. i don't know that many people who even use the Personal assistant on their phones, they may do so once in a blue moon. I ask Google now and again for things, but not that often. Alexa, yes as it is on my desk, not that it is that good as it uses Bing for the info. The place where I work, plugging a USB stick in their machines will get you nowhere as they are disabled. I can get my photos using Bluetooth if I want to, I do have a bluetooth adaptor, that I can plug in, I also have an app that will allow me to send files over my network to my computer, called Wi-Fi file transfer. If I really need to I can use Dropbox. At the end of the day it is up to you and other people how they use their computer.
  17. THREE HOURS!? I was shocked as well, that don't include downloading it as I had already downloaded and stuck it on a stick for someone else, and imaged it using USB image tool, so I could stick it on a USB stick, when I decided to update. So yes it took a long time and this machine is not slow, it has a Ryzen R7 1700, 48GB of ram and a 250GB NVMe. I don't think things are working as they should, for some reason my video editor will not run, it starts up and then vanishes.,
  18. Main reason I root these days is to backup all my saved app data to transfer to an new phone. Also, the system wide adblocker I use requires root and a few other apps I use. I have not applied a diff ROM in a long time nor kernal.
  19. And there are a lot of other people who read it at face value. Guessing/assuming is what causes a lot of problems. And people jumping to conclusions.
  20. I guess I am looking at Trump's history and the way he goes about things and filling in those gaps myself, along with a lot of other people.
  21. They do have to at present. And they will likely continue to do so if they wish to trade services with the EU.
  22. Each situation needs to be looked at rationally when it happens. Not every black person killed by a white cop is a racist issue. And need to look at people to fix the issues of racism. You are not born a racist, you are taught to be one. Seems the problem is the dumb people are breeding more/faster than the smart ones.
  23. I fear soon they’ll be white police to deal with white people and black officers to deal with black people in the future. Logically seems the way forward as any police officer who happens to be white and arrests a black person, gets labelled as being a racist rather than arresting a criminal Sad really
  24. So assuming by thugs he meant black people protesting police brutality. And another red text assuming all very good people are protesting not being able to get their nails/hails done, are white. Which is silly since race, white/black, were not mentioned. Many races are causing violence, and if you talked to my black sister in law, she would say black people are more upset about not getting their nails/hair done.
  25. Yes you are missing something, it was added in red text over the tweets I don't object to you reading between the lines and coming to your conclusion, but me and others read it very differently.
  26. Lol I wonder if the Z is a reference to the A12Z in the newer iPads.
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