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About Tarun10

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  • Birthday Nov 15, 2002

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  • Interests
    YouTube Tech, Science, Cars and other Quirky stuff.
  • Biography
    Nothing much, just a kid in Grade 11 pursuing a "science stream".
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    Intel i7 8550U -115mV offset
  • Motherboard
    HP 83C8
  • RAM
    Samsung 16GB RAM 2400MHz(Pricefixed ofc)
  • GPU
    Intel UHD 620 -80mV offset
  • Case
    Scratch and stain magnet unibody metal with plastic backplate
  • Storage
    Seagate 1TB 5400RPM HDD
  • PSU
    45W brick with US plug in Indian socket.
  • Display(s)
    1080p 59Hz 250 nits(Looks like 200) glossy IPS panel.
  • Cooling
    Metal chassis + heart, blood, arteries and sweat.
  • Keyboard
    Generic PHP input device
  • Mouse
    Dell Optical Mouse + Shitty Synaptics Trackpad
  • Sound
    AudioTechnica M40X with BrainWavz Angled Earpads
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I'm trying to sort about 30,000 photos. I've already brought them all into one place and organized them by year. I need to go through all of them and delete bad shots and correct metadata (mostly dates) for some photos. None of them are tagged so I need to do that too. I'll need good renaming, tagging and metadata tools that aren't too complex for a novice but I don't need any editing tools. There about a million recommendations out there so help would be much appreciated.
  2. DaVinci is better than Corel right? Does the free version of Resolve have any export limitations?
  3. So I basically need a video editor for a school project. I have absolutely no experience. I already have a license for Corel VideoStudio Pro 2019 that I got for free with my camera. I also intend to dabble a bit more into video editing. Should I start working with VideoStudio or are there better free alternatives that have the same features? I don't hear Videostudio get mentioned a lot by professionals and it seems like options like LightWorks have more features.
  4. I use ProtonVPN for free, it's pretty fast and one of the few with no data caps. I can't vouch for the security of any free VPNs though.
  5. Thanks a lot for the advice and help!!
  6. Okay I don't understand what you said but I'll look into it. Final question, is VScode much easier, once you learn, to use over a simpler text editor plus compiler?
  7. Are there any tutorials you'd recommend to get started or should I just do a quick google search? Any extension recommendations?
  8. I've been using TurboC++ for 2 years at school for C++ and now I'm learning C at college. I'm also trying to pick up python on my own. I'm mostly going to be doing basic programming and probably not developing big projects just yet so a really big IDE like Visual Studio probably won't make sense right? The numerous options out there are pretty confusing to choose from. Basically I can pick a complete IDE with everything integrated with easier testing, debugging and so on or a text editor or terminal plus compiler for speed? Also what are linkers? I want to give Visual Studio Code a try because
  9. Do you have any size or weight limitations? You probably know the best websites to look for used tech in your area. Just have a look around to find out what's available. Somebody else could probably give you specific models to look out for but used business laptops should be very cheap and probably have SSDs. Displays might not be as good though. You could also try to stretch for a Ryzen 4000 series.
  10. I just got a new laptop and I was wondering if there are any cool, free programs or apps that I don't know about but you guys find essential for certain tasks. I know there are massive lists for this but I'm sure there are some hidden gems.
  11. Wow I didn't realize any browser had that many features. I can't believe I've been using Edge Canary instead of this.
  12. Do you have any recommendations? I think the Acer Swift series is the best value notebook in this price range.
  13. I'll be using this laptop for college mostly for web browsing and media consumption. I'm just dipping into a bit of video editing and some light gaming. I'm playing at 720p 20fps so anything should be an upgrade. Also I'm not sure if I'll be carrying it around to class a lot yet, it's uncommon for people to take notes with laptops here. CPU: Ryzen 5 3500U or i5-1035G1 seem like the best options. GPU: Anything if the budget allows Display: FHD, 250 nits at least RAM: 8GB with upgradability to 16GB Battery: As I've mentioned I don't know how long I'll be actually