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  1. Great, this implies the presence of at least 1x...

    Great, this implies the presence of at least 1x mPCIe slot.
  2. That's not very smart. The "high-end" Atoms will...

    That's not very smart. The "high-end" Atoms will eat into Intel's margins for low-power Celerons and Pentiums.
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    OT abit, but BLAS libraries? Are you trying to...

    OT abit, but BLAS libraries? Are you trying to run LINPACK or something?
    Just curious. If so, don't use the PTS version of LINPACK, just get one of the Intel optimized linpack binaries.
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    You get the HotSpot JVM with Oracle's version. ...

    You get the HotSpot JVM with Oracle's version.

    Not sure what VM OpenJDK uses. At least, in v6 and v7 it wasn't HotSpot.
  5. I don't think anyone here has ever claimed that...

    I don't think anyone here has ever claimed that Microsoft and its tools are perfect. :p
  6. It's not just about having easier rollbacks;...

    It's not just about having easier rollbacks; higher-level support is important.

    Back in my schooling days (during the Vista period) I was working as a temp in my campus's IT support dept to earn a...
  7. Same here. And seeing how I'm using Windows...

    Same here.

    And seeing how I'm using Windows Phone to access Phoronix, having an ad that suddenly pops up to warn me that "My Android may be infected with a virus" is good for an initial laugh,...
  8. This is 2014, not 2000. People today expect to...

    This is 2014, not 2000. People today expect to buy any hardware they desire and have what they want working on it. In this regard nothing comes close to Windows simply because with 80% of the desktop...
  9. The reason for terrible desktop linux adoption,...

    The reason for terrible desktop linux adoption, summed up in one sentence.

    So, what is stopping you from using Windows 8.1 and running Linux from a VM like always? You don't even need VMware now;...
  10. Ksplice, Kgraft and now Kpatch. NIH syndrome...

    Ksplice, Kgraft and now Kpatch.

    NIH syndrome at its best. And i'll bet that Kpatch eventually gets upstreamed just because it's from Red Hat.
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    So Gigabyte sells a board which is Kaveri...

    So Gigabyte sells a board which is Kaveri compatible, but ships with an outdated UEFI that does not support Kaveri, although Kaveri support can be added by flashing the firmware to the latest...
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    I'd prefer for designers and developers to put...

    I'd prefer for designers and developers to put more effort on side menus instead of the traditional top-down menus since all mainstream display resolutions have huge amounts of horizontal space but...
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    That's what the Android SDK exists for.

    That's what the Android SDK exists for.
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    According to Intel, the Wayland-capable version...

    According to Intel, the Wayland-capable version of Chromium is still a downstream project with heavy patching needed :https://github.com/01org/ozone-wayland#gardening

    Any news or information on...
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    Those who do not pay any money for anything have...

    Those who do not pay any money for anything have no right to demand that their needs be met.
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    If Linux can be installed on the Bay Trail NUC,...

    If Linux can be installed on the Bay Trail NUC, then this means that it has a proper 64bit UEFI implementation. Sounds good.
  17. And what's wrong with 80mm fans? There are lots...

    And what's wrong with 80mm fans? There are lots of new chassis being manufactured and shipped that still use them. Bigger isn't always better.
  18. Definitely does look rather decent for a tower...

    Definitely does look rather decent for a tower design. Would have been better if they could have done a horizontal chassis instead so that one can simply put the monitor on top of it.

    That said,...
  19. Finally something I can get interested in. ...

    Finally something I can get interested in.

    Hopefully the Bay Trail Chromebooks will have a proper HDD or a non-NGFF form factor storage drive so that I have replace it with bigger drives to...
  20. Well, from what I see here:...

    Well, from what I see here: https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/desktop/2014-January/008832.html

    It appears that Fedora is thinking of focusing the Workstation to Gnome as the default...
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