The apps already run everywhere (well, Android, FirefoxOS, Firefox Desktop), already are one-click-to-use on FirefoxOS, and also they don't require you to be online to use them. And they're not pushing an agenda. Just sayin'.
or you can just install classicshell
Since dual cards (SLI/CF) of the top of the line from AMD/Nvidia barely put out 30fps at 4K in recent games, i'm guessing, we need better video cards, not worse.
according to many other tests the 290 and 290X in fact heat more and thus have beefier fans than their geforce counterpart (the 780 and its cousin the titan) - and that, by a rather large factor.
If you don't care for a little noise tho, the AMD is a pretty good value right now. My 780TF is nearly silent under load. I choose the noise - but if i had a really good case, i'd be tempted.
1300mhz / gps jamming, - that's all
that's just not true tho. yes you can throw $$$ and get whatever is called a "gaming pc". it'll work; but you won't know what you bought and/or why.
you also won't have the best price/performance ratio.
10, 15 years ago, you could do that easily if you wanted to. the information was there. it's not true anymore.
The issue is supporting a company attempting to undermine linux by making unpopular choices, such as "its not invented here so we'll do our own project", or "yeah we're leveraging our popularity to basically beg you to donate at every page" (when i saw that one i donated to several other distros instead), yada yada.
the main difference for me beside moral issues, is that many other distros work just as well if not better without any corporate backend driving the things. it's users driving it for other users.
as for an alternative to ubuntu with xfce, of course, there's a bunch of community based debian derivatives, including debian itself
Most of the people will have "google managing their keys". Which means google has both keys and data. Which doesn't really help more than before.
For users who are advanced enough to set their own keys, nothing changed.
Yeah using linux on your machine makes zero sense!
Having the freedom to use any os on the hardware you own makes zero sense!
Nice thinking there.
It's a classic argument. Next one will be "nobody uses root so lets make sure its never possible to root the device"... and bang, that's the point.
Expect thats the current defacto way to get full device access. The APIs that "replace" what "root is used for" give you only very specific access, not full access like root currently does.
Time to use pillows.
its funny how you don't realize that the EU countries spy just as much as the US. How naive.
that config as $700 would be a steal and many would buy it. Unfortunately, its quite a bit more.
Man yeah, thats sad