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GitHub - abhiTronix/raspberry-pi-cross-compilers: Latest Set of Pre-Built GCC Raspberry Pi Cross Compiler & Native Binaries / Toolchains.
Latest Set of Pre-Built GCC Raspberry Pi Cross Compiler & Native Binaries / Toolchains. - abhiTronix/raspberry-pi-cross-compilers
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16 hours ago by gilberto5757
LaunchBox Frontend for Emulation, DOSBox, and Arcade Cabinets, Portable Games Launcher and Database
LaunchBox is a portable, box-art-based games database and launcher for DOSBox, emulators, arcade cabinets, and PC Games. Download it free!
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3 days ago by llimllib
RetroPie
Emulator frontend
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3 days ago by llimllib
Windows Central | News, Forums, Reviews, Help for Windows 10 and all things Microsoft.
The center of the Windows Universe - featuring news, reviews, help & tips, buyer guides, forums and accessories.

Home to the most loyal and passionate Microsoft fans, Windows Central is the next generation destination for news, advice and buying recommendations on the Windows ecosystem, products, and accessories.
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4 days ago by abetancort
Hackintosh Computer
Updated blog with current guides, articles and howto’s about hackintosh computers.
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4 days ago by abetancort
Asus' New ZenBook 14 Could be the Sub-$1,000 Laptop To Beat
The new model is available today and starts at $799. The base configuration comes with a 14-inch, 1080p display, an Intel Core i5-8265U CPU, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. An $899 midtier model is equipped with a Core i7-8565U CPU and a 512GB SSD. For $1,199, you can splurge on a Core i7-8565U CPU, 16GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD and Nvidia GeForce MX150 graphics.
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6 days ago by jasonsamuels
Best Workstations of 2019
While the quest to procure the best workstation is no feeble task, we will help you pick the best system for your needs and budget.
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7 days ago by jasonsamuels
Intel CPU shortages to worsen in 2Q19, says Digitimes Research • Digitimes
Jim Hsiao:
<p>Shortages of Intel's CPUs are expected to worsen in the second quarter compared to the first as demand for Chromebooks, which are mostly equipped with Intel's entry-level processors, enters the high period, according to Digitimes Research.

Digitimes Research expects Intel CPUs' supply gap to shrink to 2-3% in the first quarter with Core i3 taking over Core i5 as the series hit hardest by shortages.

The shortages started in August 2018 with major brands including Hewlett-Packard (HP), Dell and Lenovo all experiencing supply gaps of over 5% at their worst moment.

Although most market watchers originally believed that the shortages would gradually ease after vendors completed their inventory preparations for the year-end holidays, the supply gap in the fourth quarter of 2018 still stayed at the same level as that in the third as HP launched a second wave of CPU inventory buildup during the last quarter of the year, prompting other vendors to follow suit.

Taiwan-based vendors were underprepared and saw their supply gaps expand from a single digit percentage previously to over 10% in the fourth quarter.</p>


A "supply gap" implies that the (PC) vendor can't raise prices to reduce demand to match the supply. But if all the big names are suffering, why don't they want to raise prices?
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7 days ago by charlesarthur
Microsoft's 800m claim for Windows 10 signals migration acceleration • Computerworld
Gregg Keizer:
<p>Although Windows 7's support retirement is just 312 days away, the OS stubbornly clings to a position of power, a place it seems to have little desire to relinquish. Using the 12-month average change in user share, Computerworld recently forecast that nearly 41% of all Windows PCs will be running Windows 7 at the moment it falls off Microsoft's support list. That would be about a dozen percentage points higher than Windows XP's spot when it lost support in the spring of 2014.

Microsoft's reporting of 800m Windows 10 devices, however, hints at a quickening uptake of the OS, which in the current environment - where total PC counts are flat at best - also means a faster diminishing of Windows 7.

The latest 100 million increase - from September 25, 2018 to yesterday - took only 163 days, little more than half the time needed to move Windows 10 from 600m to 700m (300 days). It was also a quicker transition than the ones from 500m to 600m (203 days) and from 400m to 500m (226 days).

<img src="https://images.idgesg.net/images/article/2019/03/windows-10-claims-100790543-large.jpg" width="100%" /></p>


What that graph doesn't show - but should - is that when Windows 10 was launched in July 2015, Satya Nadella's target was to be on a billion devices (with 1.5bn Windows PCs installed) in three years. They got about two-thirds of the way there by that time; the upgrade curve had flattened out almost at once because Windows got crushed on mobile.
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8 days ago by charlesarthur

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