Then you see Microsoft trying to get Windows 8 out there, but it's not working, because Windows 8, isn't flying with people. At this point in time, people who use a PC, don't want to use a PC like a mobile device.
Has anybody ever told you, that you go a little overboard, overboard with the commas?
I grow a massive boner when I fantasize about a new X-Wing [vs Tie Fighter] game. That's the only game I've ever used a DOS emulator to play.
Just go to Iraq and hire recruit some people to jihadi-bust that depot wall. Allahu Ackbar! Splash Splash Splash!
That mineral wealth is what really scares me. Imagine the south dropping mules on all the mineral patches of the north while at the same time the north gains the technology necessary to inject larva on their hatcheries.
I've heard of one called Skype.
He said good realtime voice encryption apps.
And how will these "peacekeeper" robots keep the peace? With violence of course!
Playback does work on partially downloaded files with youtube-dl. You have to wait a couple seconds before playing the partially downloaded file and skipping might not work, but I just reconfirmed that it works with mplayer. Try it!
I don't mean to rain on your parade, but Killing Floor is a UT2004 mod. So you're using a 5 year old laptop to play a 9 year old game
Thanks for the explanation. Seems kinda wasteful, eh?
And there's already a bunch of ways to do something like this! I stumbled onto CDE a while ago when I thought "WTF, Ubuntu has the Common Desktop Environment in its repos?!".
Would you mind explaining to me why Steam has to install DirectX or VC Runtime with each game? I'm honestly curious and tried googling for an answer before and couldn't find one.
I always thought that one of the appeals of DirectX was that you install the latest one which all your games then use.
I plug in USB flash drives to my Nexus 7 all the time. I've rooted it and use Stickmount and an OTG cable. Try it out!
I can best describe my feelings with a meme.
Starcraft 2 and Natural Selection 2. I dual boot Windows and Linux and am pretty happy with that honestly. Linux for real work, Windows for fun and games.