Leaderboard

  1. adrynalyne

    Member


    • Points

      89

    • Content Count

      17,555


  2. DocM

    Member


    • Points

      68

    • Content Count

      32,221


  3. Steven P.

    Founder


    • Points

      59

    • Content Count

      38,883


  4. JHBrown

    +Subscriber¹


    • Points

      54

    • Content Count

      16,063



Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation since 10/13/2018 in Posts

  1. 16 points
    Plenty of audio with my 1809 installs. Are you guys seriously scouring the dredges of the Internet to pull in muck to report on? I can give you a million of these for every single Windows release going back to Windows 95.
  2. 15 points
  3. 12 points
    F**K Cancer...it does not discriminate. Doesn't care how rich or poor you are, color, race, gender, great person or crappy. Lost my father recently to it...F**K It. RIP Paul
  4. 12 points
    Its not just illegal stuff, devices should not be allowed to be examined without a court order. Its as simple as that. even if you are breaking the law or not! This casual searching off devices should not be allowed.
  5. 12 points
    https://www.neowin.net/news/ip...on-than-previous-generation It's perfectly normal to like one company better than another. It is not normal to hold such a double standard.
  6. 11 points
    Companies that do that are serious morons. I have numerous Bluetooth earphones, and I STILL have to do this thing where I have to feed energy into them, leaving me without their use. That is when I take a regular pair of earphones and plug it into that supposedly useless headphone jack. A completely unnecessary omission for a useless aesthetic.
  7. 10 points
    Are you kidding? Dude, yeah, Apple took it off, so OF COURSE you think it's "great", but to sit here and say something so absurd like "I bet the people who complain about a missing headphone jack, probably never even use/intended to use the headphone jack. Complain, just to complain." is such tone-deafness in order to talk up something Apple did, that you should be embarrassed. Jesus...reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeally, Brown?
  8. 9 points
    The monitor in the article's photo is really attractive. Now I want the girl.
  9. 9 points
  10. 8 points
  11. 8 points
    Obviously... The question is what exactly does Microsoft have to do with this? Are they the ones sending the message? No. Did they find and disclose this vulnerability? Nope. Oh I get it, it's because Microsoft competes with Sony right? Don't quit your day job. Jokes that require thinking usually aren't funny.
  12. 7 points
    Yes, maybe INTEL will have their drivers worked out by then.... Shall I provide you with a list of Intel driver issues on OS X over the past 10 years? It makes the ones on Windows look tiny...
  13. 7 points
    Audio driver issue or Windows 10 issue: useless discussion! The Windows 10 feature update model is the culprit. Why? Potentially breaking updates should be optional. The vast majority of users fires up its computer to get things done. Not to install updates. And especially not to resolve issues caused by a breaking update. Forced updates should be small and safe.
  14. 7 points
    The HP Omen forums (https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/...ooks/bd-p/GamingNotebooks)" rel="external nofollow">https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/...books/bd-p/GamingNotebooks) are filled with users complaining of the issue, I know this because I faced it myself. Please do not try to dilute a problem just because you aren't experiencing it. Dilute a problem? Every install has driver issues with someone. Duh? That is my point about this junk article. Low hanging fruit I guess.
  15. 6 points
  16. 6 points
    Yup... I would say the headline says it all. It really is awesome software but that notch... The hardware in general is not up to date with every single other major competitor. LG V40, Huawie Mate 20, Samsung Note 9, Oneplus 6t, iPhone Xs - all far better hardware designs. The Pixel 3xl is just not worth its price tag.
  17. 6 points
  18. 6 points
    Hey everyone! Dopamine 2.0 Preview 2 has just been released! This is the change log: – [Added] Added folder view – [Added] Added smart playlists – [Added] Added support for the AIFF format – [Added] It is now possible to sort songs by album, even when no album is selected. – [Added] The search field can now be activated by pressing CTRL+F – [Added] Added Japanese language – [Changed] Removed the “Frequent” page. It’s usefulness was limited. – [Changed] Temporarily removed the “Theme” selector. Until a next preview, only the dark theme will be available. – [Changed] Updated the Chinese (Simplified) translation – [Changed] Updated the Chinese (Traditional) translation – [Changed] Updated the Croatian translation – [Changed] Updated the Hungarian translation – [Changed] Updated the Italian translation – [Changed] Updated the Korean translation – [Changed] Updated the Portuguese (Portugal) translation – [Changed] Updated the Ukrainian translation – [Fixed] Fixed an issue where a same Artist, but with different casing, was shown as multiple artists. The same issue was fixed for Genres. – [Fixed] Fixed a crash caused by the spectrum analyzer Download here
  19. 6 points
    I’d take you up on that bet. Wireless is garbage in comparison.
  20. 6 points
    I guess I stuck the 1809 jackpot, several machines and VM's updated and not a single problem.
  21. 6 points
    The HP Omen forums (https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/...books/bd-p/GamingNotebooks) are filled with users complaining of the issue, I know this because I faced it myself. Please do not try to dilute a problem just because you aren't experiencing it.
  22. 5 points
    Google assistant isn't available for PCs. So, if you go back and forth between PC & phone, Google Assistant may be a poor choice. Plus, Cortana has better Amazon Alexa integration, for those who might find that useful.
  23. 5 points
    I'll take repairable and dog ugly over sexy and glued together any day of the week. Or in the case of the V20... Sexy and easily Repairable :D
  24. 5 points
    A bit of perspective... We have now deployed 1809 with updates to close to 15,000 devices. (Yes even a few HP and other brands that have had a few driver issues - mainly Intel's crap.) However, this release has been less problematic than most previous Windows 10 updates, although 1803 was slightly less problematic - and ironically Neowin had dire warnings about 1803. This update is 40x less problematic than our last major Windows 7 deployment, and 45x less problematic than our last Windows 8 deployment. (Both included all updates and fixes when deployed.) Those are MASSIVE differences, and the 7 and 8 deployments at the time we considered to be good in comparison to the years of XP and Vista and even the issues with the RTM and SP1 releases of Windows 7. So everyone here talking about the WONDEROUS Windows 7, have rose colored glasses or were never paying attention and are technically ignorant to reality. There is an argument against OS technology changing too fast, but Windows 10 is not a good example to base that argument on. NT itself is highly extensible, and replacing an entire set of technologies or adding something as complex as the WDM/WDDM technologies were seamless to 99.999% of all software and systems. Also let me remind everyone that Windows NT works very differently than Linux or OS X, where change is far more destructive. (Easy example Linux Kernel 2.6 changed how the scheduler works and this created years of cleanup for distributions and software to adjust, with it breaking nearly everything. Windows 7 and Windows 10 both made far bigger changes to the scheduler - and people don't even notice it happened as NT's model allows for heavy changes without dependency issues or cascade disruption.) Windows has big numbers, and there will ALWAYS be issues and bugs, like the Intel driver in this update. Windows deserves a bit of kudos as updates are becoming so easy and painless, that MS can do major updates twice a year and face less problems and issues than releases every few years. For even more perspective, compare Windows to OS technologies locked to specific hardware, with very closed and locked software solutions. Windows still has a far smaller percent of issues. Specifically compare Windows to iOS or OS X that are NOT agile/fast changing OS technologies and ARE LOCKED to a very tiny set of hardware devices. Windows looks really awesome and sparkly in comparison.
  25. 5 points
    Microsoft got tired of killing off their own products they've decided to kill off others. ***THIS IS A JOKE***
  • Newsletter

    Want to keep up to date with all our latest news and information?

    Sign Up