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About WillOfTheLand

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  1. I remember back like 15 years ago that was a thing, if you didn't sign into your hotmail or gmail account every so often they would just turf your account and the contents of it and I'm curious, is that still a thing?
  2. I was thinking about how bitcoin miners and scalpers buy up all the GPU's and how the scalpers still won't give consoles a break and then I thought about the fact the xbox's can run stuff in dev mode and the fact their hardware is also pretty up there, what's the chances we could some day have to compete with not just scalpers but also crypto miners buying up consoles as well.
  3. I've had a few mice ranging from standard office type to "professional gamer" mice with multiple DPI settings, additional buttons and addressable RGB that have all died by the death of a million clicks, ranging from the not detecting clicks, to double clicking and even thinking the left click is the right click when they start to wear out, so my question is, what are some good mice that last a good long time? The only ones I've ever had that I never noticed this happening to were old PS2 style logitech ones.
  4. Honestly think I had that turned on before so is why I wasn't getting them, I recently suffered a crash caused by chrome having a memory leak and it seems that was turned back on, well solves that question.
  5. I was looking more at the case where a company doesn't like your review of their product and has no fear of underhanded tactics (we've seen reviews be DMCA'd, nvidia just straight up try to muscle people into doing what they say, etc) and they just decide "screw all that, we'll just send em to prison". On the matter of downloading music and other things though I don't know if it can be considered stealing as theft implies the loss of a product whereas there is no loss of product and loss of a sale as most people who download stuff aren't the type who have the money to afford it any
  6. https://www.cnn.com/2020/12/22/tech/illegal-streaming-felony-covid-relief-bill/index.html https://www.geekwire.com/2020/covid-19-relief-bill-change-future-game-livestreaming-u-s/ https://kotaku.com/covid-relief-bill-still-includes-felony-streaming-act-1845929782 So many ways this could go wrong. It may be "aimed" at "evil-doers" but we all know and have seen how these things can (and will) be abused.
  7. First off let me just start by saying this isn't a world ending problem, just something I want to get to the bottom of. The other day chrome decided to have a memory leak on a tab with youtube loaded (several hour long video, maybe it tried loading the whole thing in at once and caused the issue) resulting in a single tab being 13 GB in size and eating all available memory and even bloating my pagefile. It took 20 minutes just to kill the process for the tab (and all of chrome) and even after that my system was still more or less unresponsive, I could use task manager but nothing e
  8. I saw one of them the other day on steam so I figured it might be a idea to compile them for anybody who wants easy access to a bit of nostalgia, without having to hunt down each one. Age Of Empires: (CDN$ 21.99) Chex Quest: (FREE) This is a HD remake with included multiplay by the same company. Freddi Fish 3: The Case of the Stolen Conch Shell: (CDN$ 7.79) The Game of Life: (CDN$ 11.49) Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat From Your Head To Your Feet: (CDN$ 7.79) Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When It'
  9. Not that I intend to play them or anything, just curious to just how many and what ones there were. I still remember playing everything from the game of life to sorry to even stuff like tonka truck games and that captain crunch game back when I was a kid. I happened upon a bunch of them on steam lately and remembered that was a thing. Also a million formerly free flash games but that's a topic for another time.
  10. While we're on the topic of the badminton video, for the streams he should just use youtube, it allows you to do multiple switchable cams on the output so the user (viewer) can just have 1 player/page up and switch between all the cams. Even works in viewing the vods after.
  11. Get a recording of the audio with your phone and upload it as a clip here, I'm actually interested in just what kinda of noise and how loud it actually is, I've never heard of a drive emitting a high pitch noise before, I've heard drives as they were spinning up/down but that's not something that's high pitch. Oh and it's noise not noice.
  12. I meant what it means, not generic grey box, sorry if you interpreted that wrong.
  13. And if you need a example of what I mean, think early 2000's PC case's like this. For the record I actually knew someone who had one like this except it was all red.