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About Djole123

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    Low end specs, high end humor!
  • Birthday 1970-01-01

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    Hi! I'm Djole123. I love computers, even tho I don't have a particularly good one. I love to speak a ton of jokes and have a laugh.

    I live in Serbia, a country that has been shown by Linus a few times, a country in which we love meat (especially the burgers), and a country full of natural habits.

    Some of my milestones:

    First post: Is Windows XP obsolete? (by me, on 6-18-2015)

    500th post: in: Windows 98 installation error "Insufficent memory" (by Comic_Sans_MS, on 1-24-2016)

    1000th post: in: windowsapps permission (by razor007, on 4-11-2016) https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/579603-windowsapps-permission/#

    1500th post: in: Double your RAM for free with only tweaks within Windows (by Pierre Dabrunst, on 2-6-2016)

    2000th post: in: Best BUDGET Stream PC. (by Advic3, on 10-17-2016)


  • CPU
    Intel Atom N2600 1.6GHz Dual Core
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    1GB DDR3-800
  • GPU
    Intel GMA 3600
  • Storage
    320GB Hitachi Harddrive
  • Display(s)
    1024x600 60Hz Generic Laptop Screen
  • Cooling
    Hama Laptop Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K220
  • Mouse
    Logitech M150
  • Operating System
    Windows 7/ Edubuntu 12.04/ Windows 10 Triple Boot

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  1. According to some sources, we might be seeing new low-power desktop chips from Intel in May, and all the SKUs are here, including some interesting ones.. So, there will be a total of 10 new SKUs, 7 from the Core family and 3 from the Pentium family, and they are as follow: SKU: Intel Core i9-9900T C/T 8/16 Base clock 2.1 GHz Boost clock TBD TDP 35W Intel Core i7-9700T 8/8 2.0 GHz TBD 35W Intel Core i5-9600T 6/6 2.3 GHz TBD 35W Intel Core i5-9400T 6/6 1.8 GHz TBD 35W Intel Core i3-9300T 4/4 3.2 GHz TBD 35W Intel Core i3-9100T 4/4 3.1 GHz TBD 35W Intel Pentium G5600T 2/4 3.3 GHz N/A 35W Intel Pentium G5420T 2/4 3.2 GHz N/A 35W Intel Pentium G4930T 2/2 3.0 GHz N/A 35W So, the lineup does look interesting. The most apparent difference from the 65/90W SKUs is obviously the base cloks, which drop as low as 1.8GHz. Although these are not really meant for your typical gaming desktop PC, it should be found in HTPCs, all-in-ones, or even desktop replacement laptops. It should be pretty interesting. Source: https://wccftech.com/intel-9th-gen-core-35w-cpus-8-core-16-thread-core-i9-9900t/
  2. Djole123

    Error Codes - Urgent Help!!!

    Try to do a recovery update. Download the recovery BIOS here (download the *.BIO file): https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/20211/BIOS-Update-KGIBX10J-86A-?product=40078 And follow the instructions from here: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005630/boards-and-kits.html
  3. Update: Instagram appears to be back as of 2:57PM CEST (at least for me)
  4. Djole123

    Error Codes - Urgent Help!!!

    What is your motherboard model?
  5. If you have tried to open up Instagram or Facebook in the past hour you might've noticed that the feeds were not refreshing... Facebook servers are down again, and we have yet to hear about what is the cause of the issue. Last time the issue was not resolved for over 20 hours due to a server misconfiguration, we'll see what's up now. Some of the preliminary symptoms of the issue now are feeds not refreshing, users not being able to log in, people actually going outside, influencers now in their existential crisis and some even suggest a world apocalypse Mayas have predicted for 2012 actually happening now. Source: https://www.theverge.com/2019/4/14/18310069/facebook-instagram-whatsapp-down-outage-issues
  6. Djole123

    Who is all gaming on a trash computer?

    I played some Fortnite and CS:GO on my 2013 MacBook Air. There were two things screaming at that moment, me playing with single digit frames per second and my fans at 6500RPM begging me to stop the torture. It was no fun.
  7. Samsung just debuted the Galaxy A80, a midrange phone with one of the most interesting camera setups in years. (p.s Sorry for the short text, I woke up at 7AM and it's half past 12AM now so i reaaaaally wanna go to sleep) So, the A80 is powered by the new Snapdragon 730 chipset, which is the new midrange chip from Qualcomm, check this forum post for more info: The display is a full, notchless, massive 6.7 inch AMOLED display with a 1080p resolution (it's still 393 ppi so the lower res is a non issue), and here comes the star of the show, the camera. It's a triple camera setup with a 48MP main camera with an f/2.0 aperture (though at this high of a resolution they should've gone for a bit faster aperture IMO, but we'll see), an 8MP f/2.2 aperture and a third time-of-flight sensor, and it shoots 2160p30 video. What about the selfie cam? Well, the rear cameras pop out of the phone, then swivel 180 degrees so you now have that full 48MP f/2.0 camera for selfies! I love this step. It's a win win for both people who don't capture selfies all that much (since they don't have that stupid cutout at the top) and for the ones who do because they get the full quality sensor. The phone has one drawback, and that's price. At an eye-watering 700 euros, it's more expensive than the likes of OnePlus or Huawei who have implemented or will implement a 48MP camera with a faster chipset. Though, for the anti-notch people, I think the A80 is actually the only choice if they want both the convenience of having no notch and the full 48MP selfies. We'll see how it goes. Source: https://www.geek.com/tech/the-samsung-galaxy-a80-has-a-camera-that-does-backflips-1782694/
  8. Yeah they don't quite do that lol The app tracks steps and approximates the distance and calories and gives you tips based on those metrics. Why would it need the camera and device ID?
  9. Especially when the company has the Chinese government behind it... ^Popup that appears when you open the Huawei Health app for the first time.
  10. While it appears that Huawei just unveiled their two big flagships, the P30 and P30 Pro, the third sibling, the P30 Lite, has just been quietly launched. The main reason I'm bringing up this phone is the fact that it's quite a lot cheaper than the P30 and P30 Pro without sacrificing much of the experience. On the front is a 6.1" 1080p IPS display with a waterdrop notch up at the top housing the 32MP front facing camera, and up above it is a regular ol' earpiece (compared to the piezoelectric one found on the P30). The back is a bit different now, there are three cameras now at the top left corner (compared to two on the P20 Lite), one is a standard 24MP sensor, one is an 8MP wide-angle lens and the third one is a 3MP depth sensor. From my experience, this combo should produce good photos even in lower lighting conditions. In the middle there is a standard fingerprint scanner, which should be pretty fast and reliable (more so than the in-display on P30 anyway). There will be three colours at launch: black, blue and white (the blue one looks very interesting). Under the hood there will be a Kirin 710 processor (octa core, 4x2.2GHz A73 and 4x1.7GHz A53), which should have decent if not great performance in all but the most demanding tasks (games especially considering the slightly weaker Mali-G51 GPU). The P30 Lite will *start* at 128GB of storage with 6GB of RAM, which is shocking considering that just a couple of years ago their P9 Lite used to start at a mere 16GB. There will also be a 3.5mm headphone jack with FM radio, a rarity nowadays, a 3340mAh battery and Android 9.0 Pie with their custom EMUI 9.0 skin. The price for the P30 Lite will be about 300-350 euros in Europe and Asia, and about 400-450 Canadian dollars in Canada, which at first glance might seem steep, but the price for the Lites usually plummet after a few months, so it's a non-issue for now. Source: https://www.gsmarena.com/triplecam_huawei_p30_lite_arrives_for_preorder_in_the_philippines-news-36241.php
  11. Djole123

    Sudden shutdowns

    Have you checked the power supply?
  12. Djole123

    Best new 16:9 phone?

    The point isn't in the notch, it's in the aspect ratio. I looked the OP5 on amazon.de but it's over budget (around 400 euros as far as I saw) I found the XZ1 (non Premium) also has a 16:9 screen (albeit a 1080p one but I don't need anything crazy), and a Snapdragon 835 at about the same price. I'd happily give up some display for more performance and futureproofing. I'm kind of glad Sony sticked with 16:9 for so long Thanks for the reccomendations!
  13. Djole123

    Best new 16:9 phone?

    I'm planning to buy a new smartphone in a couple of months to replace my slow Honor 7 Lite, however, I'm not really fond of the new 18:9 aspect ratio, since most of the content on YouTube is 16:9 and I also have some legacy apps that don't play well with the new aspect ratio. I also kind of dislike the notch, but that can be turned off on most phones. So what I'm asking is are there any decent 16:9 phones anymore? From what I'm seeing my best shot at a good 16:9 phone is a 2016/17 flagship (S7, G5, HTC U Ultra) but there are some compromises still. My budget is around 300€, any recommendations?
  14. Djole123

    Found a phone but can't reset it

    Dude you kind of stole a Nokia 3. It's FRP locked, meaning it's hard locked to a Gmail account that was previously on the phone before you reset it. You also left the owner with zero data.