Chrome may be a bigger part of that than Linux.
I've an i5/4/128gb SP3 which is still running Windows 8.1. Recently I got annoyed at the modern IE so threw on Chrome and have been using it as the default browser for the last few weeks and have noticed a similar drop in battery life.
I noticed the same thing. If I run with ~170 tabs open in Chrome, it sucks battery life and memory.
If I run with ~25 tabs in IE, it crashes.
Google is the most anti competitive company on the face of the Earth, uses Youtube as a means of subverting artist's profit, and is front for the CIA/NSA
I think I like Microsoft more.
You're damn right. When I upload unlisted videos of my kids for grandma to watch, Google isn't paying me! I demand money for using their excellent hosting platform for free!
Despite their godawful handling of my beloved Playstation Vita, I had been eyeing a PS4 so that I could play Final Fantasy XV this fall. I'm starting to think I shouldn't bother with a PS4 at all if they're trying to pull this cell phone upgrade every year or two bullshit.
I already have a WiiU, and with the rumors flying around that Microsoft is also thinking about these shenanigans, the WiiU might be the only console I get this generation.
The problem isn't pure oxygen, it's pure oxygen at 1 atm. Run pure O2 at 3 psi and it's OK for breathing, and not an enhanced fire hazard problem.
Would that require astronauts to go through 'decompression' like scuba divers when they got back?
The professor is teaching one section of a class where different sections are taught by different faculty. As all the students - regardless of which section they are enrolled in - are enrolled in the same course, they should all be studying the same material.
Yeah, and that's common. The department says that a linear algebra course should cover a list of selected topics: systems of equations, matrix algebra, vector spaces, etc. But it is straight-up stupid to require professors to all teach the same material in the same order from the same textbook the same way. The student population benefits from having a variety of perspectives. A lot of problems get solved when two people who learned the same thing in two different ways get together.
No shit. My first Motorola smartphone bricked itself after being dropped a foot onto carpet. My second Motorola phone stopped getting OTA updates a week after I bought it. My Samsung Galaxy S4 is incredibly unstable and requires daily reboots.
On the other hand, my Nexus 7 1st gen had the mysterious and completely ignored "slows to a crawl if you use more than 80% of internal storage" bug and became too slow to use after updating to lollipop.
Maybe I just won't buy smartphones or tablets anymore.
To get something done, a committee should consist of no more than three persons, two of them absent.