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 Attempting to become a normal person?
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posted: 5/31/2014 8:57:06 PM - Report Post    edit post

Although putting it into a more pessimistic perspective: you're basically making yourself out to be that you need alcohol in order to have fun. Not a very good conclusion to make true considering that on a technical level, alcohol hinders ability, not augment it.

   
 
 
 Gaming on Linux
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posted: 5/31/2014 8:48:28 PM - Report Post    edit post

The laptop had a serious hardware defect involved with the hard drive in the way it forced it to stop as much as humanly possible to extend the battery life. While this accomplished the idea, it shorten the lifespan of most HDDs I put in it severely (remember all those "HDD died again" stuff I posted awhile back).

It could be gotten around with an SSD though but I lost the mounting bracket so the HDD would always be loose (not good). Even then it had a really bad implementation of NVIDIA graphics (Hybrid Graphics which is the generation before Optimus and definitely before the point NVIDIA and manufactures got it right) which in Linux you must have the GPU powered on all the time to utilize all it's might. This shortened the battery life down to laughable levels (no more than 1h 45m).

Linux did help breathe some more power into it but came at a cost of inefficient power usage. The monitor portion of the lid broke off so it's no more than a low profile PC that must be attached to an external monitor. Although it still works, it's retired and been replaced by the MSI GS70 and Surface Pro 2 systems.

   
 
 
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posted: 5/25/2014 11:00:11 PM - Report Post    edit post

分かんないわよ

   
 
 
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posted: 5/25/2014 1:17:55 PM - Report Post    edit post

This was only done on an old laptop that barely functions and with only one game now so take it with a grain of salt:

I did put Fedora Core v15 long ago on it to see what it was like and when I managed to force StarCraft 2 under Wine on it, I found that the average and minimal framerates for it were higher than in Windows.

Here's the specs on that laptop (it was bad but did what I needed it to do for course work):
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[Edited by Neo7, 5/25/2014 1:19:21 PM]

   
 
 
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posted: 5/23/2014 7:48:18 PM - Report Post    edit post

Nah they just outright ignore their lawns and let the weeds take over it.

   
 
 
 Top 50 worst products by security issues
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posted: 5/7/2014 11:07:50 PM - Report Post    edit post

Firefox/Thunderbird compared to Seamonkey are arguably similar to the point that they can be considered the same though.

[Edited by Neo7, 5/7/2014 11:08:06 PM]

   
 
 
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posted: 5/7/2014 5:35:27 PM - Report Post    edit post



   
 
 
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posted: 5/4/2014 5:26:48 PM - Report Post    edit post

I'm not sure. "Internet Explorer" didn't start until the year 2007 and "IE" has been ongoing since 1999.

   
 
 
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posted: 5/4/2014 12:01:14 PM - Report Post    edit post

From the requests page:

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posted: 5/4/2014 12:19:29 AM - Report Post    edit post

I think that a good chunk of those vulnerabilities may be way less than what is commonly considered. When most people think vulnerability they usually jump to remote code execution. Those represent the most severe. I would think that things like triggering an authentication prompt (UAC in Windows) when it should not be allowed to is considered a vulnerability (a much more minor one).

Another less seen vulnerability is Denial of Service (through improperly implemented javascript engine components that is). A common one I see is that webpage that crashes IE but does not affect other browsers due to the way IE executes javascript code.

   
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