"In late 2015, American merchants will have to buy new terminals that support EMV cards, which are more secure..."
Perfect time to upgrade and include Apple Pay.
But I am sure you just wanted to rant with your little immature response.
The mouse will take some time to tweak with third party apps and terminal commands to work with osx built in mouse acceleration and stuff.
You can map the keyboard so that your macbook keyboard stays the same but your external one maps the windows key to the mac cmd key, etc...
Are there any...
All those jobs are in the US for Apple. Sure they might outsource a few parts to contractors, but every company does. My company mostly just outsources ADC's, everything else is in-house...
I replaced my desktop and 13" laptop for just my 15" rmbp and 27" external. I like this setup very much. And since im also using a thunderbolt dock, i like just needing to disconnect 1 cable and power to move it around.
At my work, all new employees get laptops only. But they are just used as really expensive vnc client machines.
I have vnc'd using my iPad when I am at meetings, and I am still able to get "real work" done. (Although slower than when I am in front of multiple screens and kb+m)
I would of assumed this wouldn't work because nvidia's twinview is only for two screens (as the name implies I guess, hehe). And it would only be possible with xinerama.
But I guess opening up their drivers to support xrandr is what makes this possible now?
Although it is targeted more for servers.
The linux kernel is the only thing that needs something out of the ordinary to update without rebooting. For things such as drivers, you can unload the module ("driver"), install the update, and load the module again. (Stop x...
test.exe is using core 1.
test2.exe tells the scheduler it needs to do integer operation. The scheduler tells it:
hey test.exe is using core 1, but it is only using the floating point unit and it will take a 100 cycles before it is done. Instead of waiting 100 cycles for it to be done...
Mine will be based on coming from linux:
* Alfred for quick app launching, calculations, etc.. (similar to krunner in KDE)
* smcfancontrol to get your temps showing in the menu bar
* Hiss if you want program notifications to appear in Notification Center (that use growl). You can also pay for...
Windows is much worse.
has a unix-like terminal? Nope
has sed? Nope
has grep? Nope
has cron jobs? Nope
has bash scripts? Nope
Pretty pointless. But then again I have been in the OSX/Linux world for the past decade.
It's not bad like that. He can choose between cpu schedules, IO schedules, different filesystems, different sound servers, different daemon initialization startups, etc...
Just need to read what each one is targeted for, if it fits his usage, and install it. No gentoo/recompiling required. If...
Yep. Taking a normal 32-bit CPU and just increasing the address bus to 64 bits should not cause a performance increase.
But lets see what reasons Qualcomm will come up with when they release their 64bit cpus