compresses HTTP traffic, especially images, like Opera Mini
if you like adblock you will hate it after you try ublock. it's adblock without the bloat.
He's got leadership skills as well. If i recall from the animated show, madame web tests his skills on the Secret Wars episodes, where he gets to lead over Captain America and others
moot point. it will probably cost you nothing, because if you are running XP, you aren't buying this. If you are running XP, then you are buying a new machine and chances are it will come with either a recent OS or 10 itself.
People with old machines building their own new machines and getting 10 will be in the minority. Tip: get a cheap 7/8.1 license to upgrade for free to 10.
Well, here in Venezuela we accept: USD, toothpaste, toilet paper, cooking oil, margarine/butter, diapers, coffee, sugar, flour, ketchup, shampoo, bath soap, detergent and quite a lot more, and that's with no embargo.
i always use the latest version on my hp i5 laptop with 8gb ram. Right now, firefox is consuming 750mb of ram.
I relate the issue with the flash plugin.
chrome uses more memory, but doesn't get slow as molasses after a few hours.
not even when installing flashblock. most youtube videos skip frames here on my i5 laptop.
surf over 30 tabs and close them and you will see ram use over 1 gig on firefox
Surely it is. Sadly, DAI requires a hard drive, so if you have an arcade unit like me, the game won't work, since it explicitly says that you can't install a disc to a usb flash drive like GTA V , WatchDogs and Assassin's Creed Rogue does.
Step 1: get an iphone or borrow one from a family/friend.
Step 2: put your sim card in it.
Step 3: buy whatsapp in the app store for 1$
Step 4: remove sim card.
Step 5: install your sim card onto your Android phone.
Step 6: install whatsapp in your phone.
Lifetime license for 1$. You are welcome.
if my country, if you go over 1300kw/month, your electric bill doubles. Yes, it's insane. Check your power bill and tell me how much you use.
i don't think anyone runs debian as a desktop friendly distribution. In my case, i have a small server on it, and installed a GUI not for me, but for everyone else that may use it and get lost without a GUI. I chose XFCE.
I was looking at the 970 just before you posted, i can't believe that kind of performance at less than 100$ more of my budget, with that incredible low power draw (which is important to me, on my country we are heavily penalized for high power consumption, since we have blackouts every day)
It's tempting... Let's see what happens on december.
I have just seen a 285 review, which is basically a 280 with more features and same price.
For what i have seen, the 285 beats the 760 on every front, including power draw, and the nvidia response was to lower the price about 30$.
I haven't bought nvidia for years, while they have great drivers and performance, power use and price hasn't been competitive.
I will keep looking to see if the prices change or a new board gets introduced by december. I am not happy the 285 is still a 2GB card, while my 22" monitor isn't even 1980p so it shouldn't matter much.
I'm on the market for a GPU this december. My requirements are: less than 250$, low power consumption, good compatibility with Z77 chipset (intel i5 3570k), no overclocking needed, low noise, best performance/price ratio and of course better performance than my current GPU (msi twin 7850 2GB).
So far i have seen either a r9 280 or gtx 760.
Anyone would like to offer some advice?
somehow i think he is just trying to hide behind a VPN to do some "torrenting"