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+7 1. jackDjohnson commented 7 years ago

omg that is sooo true.. and he killed bill with a hatchet... hahahah >:)
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+14 2. mike_nazz commented 7 years ago

funny but what does Bill Gates have to do with this. Microsoft only ever made the operating system and never built computers.
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+6 3. repcentbl commented 7 years ago

Yes , it seems like that your new PC is outdated almost as soon as you get him home from a shop :x
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+5 4. Davewave commented 7 years ago

**Right mike_nazz but microsoft is always creating softwares that need more and more hardware ressources!
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+10 5. archis commented 7 years ago

My cell phone is from 2006
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+8 6. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

#5 Wow a time traveling cell phone, what was the weather like :D
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+6 7. frenchCanadian commented 7 years ago

I'm still using Dial Up, it took me about 40 minutes for watching this vid :'(
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+1 8. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

Somehow that seems 'vaguely' familiar.
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+3 9. WildMonkey commented 7 years ago

Seems like these idiots were too proud to say Jubs instead of Bates.
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+1 10. EDMPingu commented 7 years ago

I know exactly how he feels lol
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+1 11. irishgek commented 7 years ago

#7 Does not surprise me snotr has some of the worst video encoding online.

I live in rural Ireland and I'm on 3mbit and I can stream 720hd youtube yet I can't watch a single clip on this site with out waiting for it to buffer.

It prolly costs them a lot of visitors but they do not seem to care.
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+4 12. LQoQK commented 7 years ago

@2 I think XP should be fine for the next decade who needed windows 8 8-)
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+3 13. SquidCap commented 7 years ago

#3 They are outdated before they even arrived at the shop.

Most of the problems on ridiculous update cycle is programming. When computers get better, you can do more stuff with them. More stuff you do, better equipment it needs to have. The real answer is to force programmers to do their work on the minimal setup, not the monster workstations.. The thing is, it's then slow and the constant need to grow infinitely, is what is driving for speed in manufacturing. Ie, the software houses can get away for running their computer on half speed while the majority of the users will have to use a lot bigger percentage of energy to run them. It should be that the major calculations that require massive amounts of power need to be done at the manufacturing end. It's doable but slows done new product launches. We could easily use more memory than CPU power on our end, if that's what it takes (it does mean larger installer packages, less compression, ready calculated massive tables etc..)

You can compare it to web and streaming. You can encode sloppily and fast once and force people to use multiple times more power to run it. For ex flash videos, or certain MKV encoding methods. Very light weight for the server, very very very hard on end user. Just compare CPU power needed to playback 1080p on Youtube and the same stuff on bluray...

It's like your car would have to refine the oil needed to produce the gasoline individually, which would mean immense savings on manufacturing stage.... Now we are just using more oil cause that refinery is freaking massive and only gets bigger.
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+1 14. LightAng3l commented 7 years ago

#13 you did not just compare the 1080p videos on Youtube with 1080p videos on Blu-ray? I must be reading it wrong, because I can't believe that anyone thinks they are the same quality!
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0 15. bzzt commented 7 years ago

It reminds me of the fact that microsoft stops supporting windows xp at April 8th