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Ashley xD

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i3 8100
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime Z370-P
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4
  • GPU
    R9 290X
  • Case
    Silverstone Raven RV03
  • Storage
    250GB SSD & 1TB HDD
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    Bitfenix Whisper 850W
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    Freezer 7
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    Corsair K95 Platinum
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    Corsair M65 Pro
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    Sony WH-1000X M3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview
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    HP EliteBook Folio 9470m

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  1. i LOVE the new start menu changes in the latest Insider build. 



    that looks SO GOOD!


    C O N S I S T E N C Y




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    2. Ashley xD

      Ashley xD

      @Origami Cactus you mean the 1809 days? i ran the insider builds for it and i didn't notice. so there's that. 


      also they listen really well. i can't speak for insider Windows but i talk daily with the community manager for Edge on the Microsoft Community discord, and i've reported some bugs to her personally and lemme tell you they listen to the insiders. 


      now yes, that's an entirely different team working on a seperate project, but still. you can't generalize microsoft as one giant corporation. there are many teams there and yes, some are easier to reach than others, but still, in general i feel like they listen. 

    3. Origami Cactus

      Origami Cactus

      I mean even the 1907 had a controversy, so windows blocked some devices from receiving it.

      So did the 2004.

      To be fair, 2 months seems to be when windows has fixed most stuff, but they have limited it to 35days in 2004, which is pretty unacceptable.


      To be fair, you have a very safe parts list on your pc, and if you use normal programs, then you shouldn't notice any issues either way, but as it stands every major windows update manages to break some niche professional program, so i just can't be bothered to loose any more time reinstalling windows than i already have.


      Lets agree that for normal users, timely feature updates are okay, but if i payed for win 10 pro, i want my pc to be stable as long as i need it to be, not risking with pushed on updates.


    4. Ashley xD

      Ashley xD

      @Origami Cactus it's 1909, and i'm not aware of known issues at the time. maybe with drivers but like, they didn't update affected devices. i know 2004 has issues with Storage Spaces (barnacules talked about that on Tech Talk) but like who uses that as a general consumer... also they are not updating affected devices. what more can you ask of them to do? not update any devices until all possible issues are sorted? 


      also please remember that even the data deletion thing was a VERY small number of users. as i said i ran insider for 1809 and it was fine for me. like, as always with these things it's an insanely small minority but the media clickbaits the hell out of it. 

  2. i might actually go buy a Dualshock 4 just for this. the controller i normally use is an ancient 360 controller and it does work, but i'd love to use a controller for all my games. the reason is i get pain in my hands if i game on a keyboard and mouse for a long time, controllers are just much more comfy for me.
  3. Micorosf tEdge is being rolled out via Windows Update, so this is normal behavior.
  4. nice, this'll be useful to a lot of people. i'm pretty sure the people who unironically believe in the 5g crap will lose their minds at the thought of a bluetooth radio on their face but it'll be a good laugh to make fun of them if they take notice of this lol
  5. ok so i have a very specific problem. i'm a trans girl, and therefore i naturally have a deep voice. i'm currently trying to train my voice to make it sound higher, and i'm getting quite good at it, but the issue is i have to concentrate in order to do it and it's quite tiring, i wouldn't wanna do it for a whole gaming session. so, i'm looking for software that's free, that can change my voice to make it higher. does that exist?
  6. MY GUESSES: bootcamp will be available at some point, using Windows on ARM. performance will be comparable to x86. ARM based laptops will become more popular, of course using snapdragon or something else. many Chromebooks are already ARM, so it's not unheard of outside of Apple. the PS6/Xbox whatever will use ARM, and then AAA games will be released as cross platform, for both x86 and ARM, at which point ARM based desktop machines will become popular, even for gaming.
  7. they haven't marketed to pro's for a while in terms of features. i mean there are plenty of pro's that continue to use older models because those aren't missing things like sd card readers... now i'm not gonna give my opinion on that, but the Mac userbase that needs things like that is a small minority.
  8. well technically you have to install it, but this is the way. if you do this then it'll install it when you try to install a game that requires it.
  9. i can access that website just fine on chrome. so just use chrome.
  10. you're misinformed slightly. it's not terrible, in fact it's quite good from what i've seen. i don't have an ARM pc so i've never been able to actually try it, but still. many first party Microsoft programs that are commonly used like Office and visual Studio Code already run natively on ARM (VSCode on ARM is a beta at the time of writing but it exists). 64-bit emulation is in development currently, and you can also use features like WSL and even hyper-V virtualization on Windows 10 on ARM.
  11. you can customize macOS to the same extent as Windows... i don't see your argument here.