Sonny Bono gave up his physical body so that all copyrighted works could enjoy eternal life.
When I recently did a Mint XFCE install, I was actually surprised by how much the current look mirrors KDE. It is less resource intensive, but not by much... perhaps 20% less RAM usage.
LXDE is the clear go-to for minimal requirements, too bad Mint doesn't have an offering with it as the default.
And yes, they also have a Paypal type service, but it would have to clear a large number of hurdles to become trusted in the US.
Lack of trust certainly hasn't kept Paypal from being popular.
Just read the countless stories... they can do pracatically anything they want with the money in "your" PP account.
Alibaba is doing the IPO in the US because US exchanges will go along with the "sell majority of stock but retain complete control over operations" setup the Alibaba owners wanted to use.
Speaking of things we've "seen enough times"... these markov chain posts appear at least once in nearly every single
If they stopped appearing then we could truly say the site had died.
Indeed, Windows 7 does huge amounts of swapping even though I'm almost always using less than half my 16GB of RAM.
Linux runs fine with no swap, but Windows 7 seems to have assumptions that swap will be used at all times.
5960X has worse single-core clockspeeds than a 4770K or 4790K.
It's rather disappointing in that regard.
Why x1200 when x1440 so much better?
16:10 is dead but we've finally got resolution numbers rising again, so you won't miss it much.
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It's all about the timeframe when talking about this subject. 89 came out a year later than 86, that alone could be the reason.
In my case it was that our textbooks assumed an 86 so that's what we used. One girl used a hand-me-down 85.
The TI-83/86/89 Jr high/Sr high/College market segmentation proved to be too much, with the 86 eventually being squeezed out.
There is no reason a calculator cannot offer both RPN and algebraic notation and let the user choose. This isn't like the Querty vs Dvorak keyboard argument.
What's the difference? In both cases the variants are handled entirely in software and thus both should be available.
Since HP basically got out of the calculator business, the HP 50G, which in my opinion is a better calculator anyway, has been available to the public in software form for free. It uses the actual ROM code from the 50G, which HP donated to the public domain.
You have to look around a bit, but versions are available for Mac, PC, and Linux.
Got a link? I'm not seeing any evidence for your claim of public domain'd 50G code.
The closest I found was this uncited part of a Wiki article:
In 2003, the CAS source code of the 49G ROM was released under the LGPL. In addition, this release included an interactive geometry program and some commands to allow compatibility with certain programs written for the newer 49g+ calculator. Due to licensing restrictions, the recompiled ROM cannot be redistributed.
Pre-Blink Opera must be airbrushed out of history. Opera has always been a Chrome clone, comrade.
Also a NoScript user... I actually don't even know what
64-bit Firefox works perfectly fine on Linux.