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  1. Even my refurbished iPhone 8 Plus with 80% battery health all beat up and used has better battery life

  2. Irfanview is not pretty, but it's the most performant image viewer of all time, and has plugins for most image formats that have ever existed.

  3. It’s because I’m running Windows 7 and Windows 10 on dual-boot. Windows 11 doesn’t like nor will work on my computer with Legacy-CSM enabled which is for Windows 7.

  4. At least it's not 4 GB of RAM. I'd say that's fine enough for the most CASUAL user that just watches videos, browse the web and do general stuff.

  5. Be careful using those keyboard covers! There are always people who come into the forum with destroyed screens from using them. The computer was not designed with space to use them.

  6. A necessary evil. My 3,000 shares of Google Class A (GOOGL) at $83 is enjoying the good up movement today. If 10,000 employees had to be laid off so I could get $39,000 plus selling call options on it, I’ll take it any day of the week.

  7. Yeah, it’s not you. Windows Vista Aero was less flashy than Windows 7.

  8. It should be noted that battery degradation isn't always just impacted by charging and discharging, even if you set your battery charge rate to just 60-80%. If the laptop gets hot, the battery will be affected too. Meaning it can shorten the battery lifespan in the long run.

  9. The only thing I’ll EVER give Apple credit is that they can make power efficient CPUs and GPUs on their laptops, compared to the Windows trash laptops. Not to mention that my work MacBook Pro 16 inch, 32 GB RAM with the M1 Pro AoC never runs hot when I have 25 windows open lol. Several Chrome windows open with 50 tabs. Nothing. Fans never spin up.

  10. This is also common with the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max models too.

  11. Yeah. This has been an issue since iOS 6 at best. I had an iPhone 4S with the keyboard click sounds on and whenever I’d type on something, it would very rarely make a very loud clicking sound before going back to normal volume.

  12. Wow. This is something I’d actually use and not having to resort to downloading a third party tool to disable the default Start menu and use the classic version instead.

  13. Apple went stupid af once iOS 11 changed the file format for iOS screenshots. On iOS 10 and earlier versions, taking a screenshot would save it as a JPEG with a slight compression. On iOS 11 and later, taking an iOS screenshot will save in a 100% uncompressed PNG file. Not HEIC, not WEBP, just raw, uncompressed PNG. There will be a shit amount of space being used up if the screenshot has lots of colors and details and then being saved as a PNG file. The higher resolution isn't going to help either.

  14. But there seems to be a bit of a split, as the vast majority of people in their 20s-30s know how to use them, but it seems more and more younger people are now not learning that because of it all being locked away

  15. Oh man. They made the Search box EVEN bigger, as if it's not wasting even more space now in the taskbar.

  16. This was more of an accessibility choice for the older people and those who are using a computer for the first time. They don't know what an icon just means. This was the other reason why the first alpha release of Windows 95 had just a Start menu button but was quickly changed to have a "Start" text next to the Windows flag because nobody would know what that icon meant. It was kept like that until Windows Vista.

  17. A majority of lower end and older iPhones will be assembled in India. The iPhone Pro models are still being developed in China as far as I’m aware.

  18. Easy to answer. This is due to Apple releasing too many different iPhone screen sizes along with iPads with various screen sizes, if the app chooses to be universal and support all iOS devices.

  19. You can still use Windows 7/8 if you want on older hardware. Its just not recommended to take it online. If you keep the device offline and use it for offline apps then its ok. If you use it for online banking and other personal stuff you risk getting hacked as there are no longer anymore security updates. Browsers will soon stop supporting it as well.

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