While I respect your desire for the freedom of choice; it's a bit foolish to neglect updating any software that directly interfaces with any networks, especially the Internet. Pretty sure chrome based browsers require updates just as frequently as Mozilla ones do.
I had tons of fun with Gran Turismo 6 as well. But I wanted a bigger selection of American and European cars. Seemed that with Gran Turismo they would add any car you wanted as DLC, as long as it was a Nissan GTR.
Switched to Forza after Gran Turismo 6. I might be ready to give PlayStation and Gran Turismo a try again when this eventually comes out.
I’m still running and XBox One X, haven’t send anything compelling enough to upgrade yet.
If you decide to use VirtualBox and decide to use the Extensions pack, be careful because Oracle aggresively monitors where it's downloaded from and used. If they suspect that a business is using it, they will come after you. It's only free to use for personal use.
Was waiting to see what the 13 was going to be like before deciding whether or not to upgrade my wife from an XR to a 12 or 13. Thinking the 12 will be good for her. I'll be sticking with my XR for another year or so, will probably get the battery replaced though.
Looks like the iOS 15 Beta cycle is just about over with. They pushed out the RC yesterday afternoon. Installed the RC and removed the Beta profile off my phone, don't want to accidentally installed 15.1.
I finally decided to try to upgrade past 440BX and switched to a board with an i815 chipset. I had read they only supported 512MB of RAM and assumed that it must just be a soft-limit and that you could run more if you had it. That board/chipset was indeed limited to 512MB of RAM...
Finally got around to installing the iOS 15 Public Beta last week. It's been really stable for me so far.
Safari is taking some getting used to, and I'm not really liking the new 'Focus'/DND features. I feel like it's going to take me for ever to get my notifications straightened out in a way...
Yea, one thing I'm not looking forward to is my battery 'health' dropping a good percentage when iOS 15 GM comes out. I don't care what Apple says I'm convinced that feature is 100% a smoke screen for planned obsolescence. Ever since that feature came out, my battery health remains the same...
There are Memory Stick Duo to Micro SD adapters available for PSP1000-3000's, however the situation with the PSP Go is exceptionally shitty. The PSP Go only supports Sony's even more useless Memory Stick M2 which only came in sizes up to 16GB and are really expensive because they are so rare...
Have you every tried nmon?
Not as fancy looking as this, but also a good tool. Been using it for a long time now, I primarily use it on AIX, but there is a Linux version also.
I currently have an iPhone XR. Plan to run it until the damn thing fails. I went through 3 batteries on my previous iPhone 6 and made it to within months of the phone not being supported before upgrading to the XR.