I am actually more productive on a laptop than on a desktop with a large screen. Strange but true, so I am donating the desktops and adopting a couple of Thinkpads off Ebay X60 from Dec and Xs from March as my major computational devices. One with Debian stock and the other with gNewSense 3. New processors from Intel will be soldered on.
I am actually more productive on a laptop than on a desktop with a large screen. Strange but true, so I am donating the desktops and adopting a couple of Thinkpads off Ebay X60 from Dec and Xs from March as my major computational devices.
One with Debian stock and the other with gNewSense 3. Buy mid range processor with a lot of L2 cache2. Find mobo that supports lots of ram and stuff it to the max. SSD is a must4.
Buy the second card of the high tier model the cut chip from the most recent architecture in their times that wereetc Any slow hard drive will be enough for torrents6.
If it is not - lets hope there are self assembled devices on the market non locked. I have been doing that since and never had a slow or expensive machine. Of course the author wouldn't buy new PC because he can upgrade his old one. Heck, almost any tech-savvy people can in fact upgrade or build one from the scratch.
If not, chances are that you know at least one person who can help you and after the first time, it just gets easier.
It's because of the new alternatives, and assuming finite budge, when you get one of the alternatives, which cost roughly around a consumer-level laptop, you don't have enough for another PC that you don't need.
The article to me seems extremely narrow in both its oversight and scope.
People don't care about processing power not because it's a marketing gimmick, but because they don't care. People who do care are the ones who know enough to care, and they will always be minority. When you don't have enough memory, you buy more RAM. When your processor is too slow, buy a new CPU, or you get a new heat sink and over clock it.
You rarely have the need to buy a whole new box This is not end-consumers nor businesses.
Enthusiasts who were building and upgrading their computers were always a small market. The article talks about upgrading repeatedly, but I don't think the author can extrapolate their own expertise over the rest of the traditional desktop users.
Personally, I upgrade incrementally, and I still use my PC on a regular basis. The machine I have now is a hodge-podge of parts from different ERAs. It runs most modern games pretty well. I built my desktop computer in I think and it's still going strong. I see no reason to upgrade.
I also recently purchased a used Thinkpad X It's a few years old but has no problem doing everything that I want to do with it. It's wasteful to be throwing away computers constantly. In the PC world, I've noticed that it's particularly prevalent among "gamers" that are convinced that they need a new computer every couple of years.
What I think will happen is that PC manufacturers are going to look around for new markets and the obvious one is going to be consoles.July 29, Bug# minicom: setting localecho in config file doesn't work; Bug# Require init.d scripts comply with LSB; Bug# libfm-dev: incorrect placement of libfm development headers.
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