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Showing content with the highest reputation since 07/17/2018 in all areas

  1. 23 points
    I have added the sad reaction so we can appropriately feel with our fellow Neowinians. I hope you all join in being sad with me when the time calls for it.
  2. 16 points
  3. 16 points
    So she's the one that doesn't understand how beer works and puts cheese under a burger patty for some reason.
  4. 14 points
    Any plans to add this one?
  5. 13 points
    I still think Game streaming is stupid. Just look how much Internet in US alone suck...
  6. 13 points
    How about the ability to disable autoplay previews. That is the MOST annoying aspect of the interface. Also, the ability to filter films by language. I don't speak anything but English, and I refuse to watch sub-titles.
  7. 12 points
    Well, she certainly looks exactly as I expected.
  8. 12 points
    Looks like Velma from the Scooby-Doo cartoons...
  9. 10 points
    I added these rounded corners to this rectangle, time for a pay-rise.
  10. 10 points
  11. 9 points
    So? Honestly, who cares. It was neutral! So there were thumbs down next to peoples post, it didn't count for or against their like count. Same goes for Sad, Sad actually ADDS a like.. I mean, if every single person could be sad about my post that would be amazing!!!!! I'd win every week!
  12. 9 points
    So I can apply it to every one of Wakjak's posts?
  13. 9 points
    Notches are a necessary "evil" until they figure out how to embed two cameras behind the display. Notches beat a forehead bezel, or a mechanical popup camera module and even relocating the cameras to the bottom (Xiaomi style). By doing away with the left and right sides of the bezel, it gives you the extra space for your notification icons, thereby giving you screen space you wouldn't normally have. I'd sooner they didn't bother with an edge to edge screen until the technology is ready. I personally don't mind a bit of space on the top and bottom of the phone in exchange for a screen without a chunk missing out of it.
  14. 9 points
    "Following extensive performance testing under numerous workloads, " Too bad y'all didn't do these "extensive performance tests" before launching your insanely expensive product.
  15. 9 points
    Message from Google: You're welcome! You look dashing in that jeans. Can we suggest a cleaning agent for that stain when you and Rebecca hung out at Starbucks a few days ago?
  16. 9 points
    We like healthy competition in Europe. Not sure if it is a thing overseas.
  17. 9 points
    She looks like she will be on YouTube somewhere, causing a fuss in Target yelling about how their laundry detergent is sexist, then cry when asked to leave
  18. 9 points
    This screams natural selection, and seems like it doesn't need a warning label, let alone a ban.
  19. 8 points
    Wow Facebook really wants to avoid showing Bias and further their plummeting stock price.. I'll be glad when these left wing parody companies are bankrupt. Liberalism is a mental illness. When Trump buys Twitter, it'll be a wake up call the cucks .. your anti American, pro terroist, pro crime, violent drivel will not win.
  20. 8 points
    Why would I want to use an mobile style app to do stuff on my computer, when I can do it in a browser? I do not use anything from the store. Really? Have you even seen or tried mytube. 100 times better than YouTube website. And no it is not mobile style app.
  21. 8 points
    Cool I guess, will never see it since I have the windows 10 store uninstalled completely.
  22. 8 points
    Dude's been doing his job for nearly two decades tho, I find it hard to believe he could screw the pooch this hard outta nowhere. I'm curious as to what the actual issue is. Ive, the Knight of the Old Empire achieved fame for his "design" work in circles where "design" = appearance. The "design" of a cooling system for a modern CPU starts with basic thermal physics and then quickly transitions into Origami when applied to "lightweight" and "thin" in a field where heavy copper metal and big rotating fans offer the traditional first line of defense. Just to make things even harder, the ear piercing jet engine noise of tiny thin fans spinning super fast to move more air is no longer acceptable to consumers of laptops... Apple has a particularly suspect history of implying state of the art "CPU power" while violating basic physics which adds a "cultural" overhead to their design task. Easiest way to understand this particular shell game is by comparing laptop workstation 200 to 300 Watt power "bricks" to the small and light Apple ones. Without adequate power entering the laptop, real computing performance cannot be sustained but instead the trick is pulled off by using the battery for peak power demands and that actually hides the problem for most of Apple's target demographic. One you have sustained power flowing through the laptop, you then have to dump 50 Watts from the CPU plus xx Watts from the GPU (if the laptop has one) and then more Watts from the chipset, RAM, SSD, 4K LCD, power conversion efficiency etc. So the first thing to understand is that all of these "thin" "workstations" are failing miserably at dumping a 100+ Watt heat load and are throttling like crazy to meet the Marketing Fantasies of the entire market segment. The manufacturers have been trying a balancing act with a good chunk of Pure Fantasy being part of the equation along with very clever throttling software and the Origami of whatever advanced cooling they can come up with in a thin form factor. The clever fan design in the Surface Pro i7 boggles the mind when holding a tablet that contains a full i7 Windows Computer and could be a design inspiration for Apple, but Origami only gets you so far... Apple might be just the first manufacturer who gets the fantasy balloon pricked by real world physics, and might also be guilty of "original sin" by starting the "Thin and Light Is More Important Than Actually Computing With Your Computer" revolution, but the entire industry needs to get together and establish a "computability standard" so consumers, particularly professionals, can understand what they are losing in effective computing resources by saving a few meager pounds in their travel bag. Sir Ive probably has the wrong skill set for this problem, but the problem is larger than just Apple. There is a real physics limit to what can be stuffed into a small form factor no matter how much the cost of the device. Like all of us we hope Silicon Valley has some hidden magic and that Physics is Wrong and the new Apple will run at 4 ghz for 4 hours while calculating Protein Folding to Cure Cancer while also checking Facebook at your local Hipster Coffee Shop, but maybe next year...
  23. 8 points
    Dude's been doing his job for nearly two decades tho, I find it hard to believe he could screw the pooch this hard outta nowhere. I'm curious as to what the actual issue is. Higher end MBP's have had a heat issue for years now. It's just worse this iteration because there is a 3rd chip option. Even thicker machines with much better cooling still have increased heat with the i9. The simple fact they put an i9 in that form factor with out a HUGE cooling revamp is just dumb.
  24. 8 points
    No kidding! It's obvious that the laptop is too thin to be able to include sufficient cooling system for the processor.
  25. 8 points
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