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Showing content with the highest reputation on 08/18/2019 in all areas

  1. 3 points
    "Google engineers spat and cursed as they were forced by their leathery winged managers to perform the merge but their anger turned to shrieks of pain as they swore that the MS code burned their hands and eyes as it entered their code base. Upon completion they scurried back into the darkness still hissing their pain and disgust."
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    Its been working out pretty well for them since 1975. But of course, Microsoft with all their knowledge of the OS business, that they own 80% of, should to defer to you, Mr guy from the internet, about how they should run their company and what they should produce.
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    Warming up the Mars with nuclear weapons is a stupid idea. Has always been, and will always be. It's all just part of Musk's usual sensationalist, over-the-top, eye-catching image. They need super greenhouse gases, not nukes. Mars needs a magnetic field, until that happens, it's all pointless to argue about anyway. Without a magnetic field it's impossible to maintain an atmosphere. Which is needed to keep the warmth on the surface.
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    Is this even relevant to the topic, or did you just come here to troll?
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    LOL google needed to wait years for MS to start to fix that s***t
  8. 1 point
    Use the old one? https://www.howtogeek.com/225844/how-to-make-windows-photo-viewer-your-default-image-viewer-on-windows-10/
  9. 1 point
    Hello, It sounds like you are looking for a quadratic disk space analysis program. Here are a few you can try: Antibody Software - WizTree Bernard (open source maintainer) - WinDirStat JAM Software - TreeSize Free Stardock - SpaceMonger Technische Universiteit Eindhoven - SequoiaView Uderzo Software - SpaceSniffer Hopefully one of them will meet your needs. Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  10. 1 point
    It's getting worse and worse, especially for business use.
  11. 1 point
    NO! Saved 250 KB of space but in case you haven't seen, ANY Win32 app moved to the Store gets bloated by several MBs. There seems to be a huge size overhead for the package format they use. The exact same versions of the apps when downloaded from a website/standalone are smaller, the Store version is bigger. We can safely assume that Notepad Store will be 10 MB or something. And just like calc.exe, it will take 5x as long to launch!
  12. 1 point
    "This means that both these apps will be uninstallable in a future release of Windows" Nice to see we're finally getting back some of the options we once had in Windows 95.
  13. 1 point
    Paint and notepad are a couple of my most used apps. But I'm sure we can all be happy that windows comes with a link app to download candy crush
  14. 1 point
    There are so many features that should have been optional and uninstallable within Windows-10. Some examples--touch screens, synching, gaming. (Does modular programming come to mind?) Let a user decide if they want a "business" oriented OS or a "gaming" oriented OS. MS's "one size fits all" philosophy is a huge reason for the Windows-10 mess.
  15. 1 point
    Rust is a pile of ###### for every platform, you can't blame linux because the developers have the coding ability and experience of a bunch of 12 year olds.
  16. 1 point
    I've got tons and tons of hours into Rust, all of them on Linux, and I've absolutely loved hosting a private server and playing the game with my wife and friends. However, lately I noticed that some weird graphical glitch appeared with one of the updates where, if you look at certain textures they reflect a flickering rainbow effect. It doesn't seem to matter how far away they are either, as long as they enter your field of vision. The issue has existed for months and has gone un-patched, now I see why. I guess I'll get my refund and spend the money on something else.
  17. 1 point
    Been catching up in the show "The Expanse" First thought was the show when I read this.
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    Right there with you. (I have complained about Blender's UI and UX for over 10 years.) Notes for others just now or once again noticing Blender... 2.8 has been in the works for a long time, and if it were commercial/marketing based, the version would have gotten a major release number change to 3 or 4 based on how massive the change is. Things are finally organized to make sense and a lot of the holes are filled in, while still not breaking workflow for older Blender users, which is kind of impressive. 2.8 also has full industry standard keyboard shortcuts as an option, in addition to its own workflow shifting to provide a lot of consistency, where similar actions work in different contexts, more than what is expected of similar software. The diversity of tasks/functionality in Blender checks all the major 3D design needs, but also is diverse enough that it can replace some software that doesn't fit a normal 3D design product. With the new drawing features of Grease Pencil, going outside the box, it does 2D painting rather well, and when you add in the ability to combine this with 3D assets, goes beyond what Photoshop can do in these new contexts. There are several other examples, from the full camera tracking technologies, and seamless video editing/composing features that can upstage Adobe After Effects and Premiere in a lot of workflows, especially for newer users that don't have/depend on 100 expensive plugins needed to make After Effects shine. Check out Blender if you have any graphical or 3D needs, and take this advice from someone like myself that complained about Blender for years, while have actively used it on and off (often cussing it) since around 2000. The big point being 2.8 is a huge step forward in features and ease of use, where my complaints have nearly 100% been addressed.
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    Can someone recommend an app does all of these for a tablet plz TYVM
  22. 1 point
    BAttery percentage...should be able to show/turn on in the settings on android. settings/battery. Fancy widgets or beautiful widgets should be able to add time/date I believe.
  23. 1 point
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