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  1. Latency of complex GUI / website to keyboard and...

    Latency of complex GUI / website to keyboard and mouse events usually depends on single thread performance. Every modern desktop CPU should be fast enough, but latency can be different.
  2. GUI (GTK / Qt) applications - GTK and Qt...

    GUI (GTK / Qt) applications - GTK and Qt libraries have only limited support for threads and mostly don't scale to many cores
    web browsers are multi-threaded, but one tab don't scale to many cores
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    I guess problem isn't X, but OpenGL compositor. X...

    I guess problem isn't X, but OpenGL compositor. X applications should have lower CPU load, latency with hardware overlay without compositor than with compositor.
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    Intel CPU is bottleneck (too slow) for me. Most...

    Intel CPU is bottleneck (too slow) for me. Most Linux software is single-threaded or don't really scale with more cores. 30 GHz Intel CPU would be useful for me. ARM CPUs have usually 30% or less...
  5. gcc often generates wrong code and it can take...

    gcc often generates wrong code and it can take long time to fix. You should report bug to https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/
  6. Luke_Wolf said XML is bad thing which is true if...

    Luke_Wolf said XML is bad thing which is true if stupid software without code completion is used.
  7. Qt5 has only raster backend (graphics system) for...

    Qt5 has only raster backend (graphics system) for Widgets which means no HW acceleration.
  8. WPF seems to be better than QtQuick. It doesn't...

    WPF seems to be better than QtQuick. It doesn't need Javascript and is closer to .ui files. XML isn't bad if you use modern software with code completion.
  9. QtQuick idea isn't bad, but using Javascript is....

    QtQuick idea isn't bad, but using Javascript is. Javascript is used because every web developer is forced to learn it.
  10. With Qt5, there is HW acceleration of GUI only...

    With Qt5, there is HW acceleration of GUI only with QML/Javascript because Digia want everyone to use QML instead of C++ Widgets. Gap between QML and Widgets is increasing with every Qt release.
  11. There is difference between supporting Javascript...

    There is difference between supporting Javascript and using it as main language with C++ as 2nd class citizen.
  12. It looks like there is target to convert Qt from...

    It looks like there is target to convert Qt from toolkit for C++ developers to toolkit for web(Javascript) developers to make Qt more popular.
  13. Very low system requirements is good thing for...

    Very low system requirements is good thing for people who have silent / low TDP machines.
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    320 kbit is 23%. 320 kbit is necessary for decent...

    320 kbit is 23%. 320 kbit is necessary for decent hardware and many music genres.
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    You can buy computer with small memory since 16...

    You can buy computer with small memory since 16 GB RAM became expensive. ARM is much slower than Core i3.
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    Non-expensive monitor has resolution 1920x1080 or...

    Non-expensive monitor has resolution 1920x1080 or 1920x1200 and non-expensive laptop has 1366x768.
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    FPS games need 60 fps minimum and approx. 90 fps...

    FPS games need 60 fps minimum and approx. 90 fps average to be smooth.
  18. There is difference between Wayland compositor...

    There is difference between Wayland compositor and Wayland application.
  19. Wayland can't use openGL because Wayland does no...

    Wayland can't use openGL because Wayland does no rendering. If application uses openGL depends on application or its dependencies e.g. Qt / Gtk+ / Cairo etc.
  20. According their support forums it seems they are...

    According their support forums it seems they are selling SSDs with very buggy firmware.
    http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Solid-State-Drives-SSD/bd-p/ssd

    It seems Intel does same....
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