There are so many bugs in my Pixel 6 Pro that I won’t even go into describing them here. It would take a long time.
And calling them bugs is probably generous. In many cases they are design flaws instead, but there definitely are a lot of bugs. It’s atrocious. I feel like it’s unacceptable to release software of this caliber of consumer usage with this poor quality. Is this the result of a race to come out with something better than the competitor?? Is this the result of pushing things out too quickly in order to gain some market reach?? It seems like it. And I’m sure Google aren’t the only people who are guilty of this sin. I’m just more acquainted with them because I have been a fan of their philosophy, supposedly, for many years and have continued to purchase their products even when they suck.
This fact is further evidence of our (USA) society’s collapse. 🙂 The fact that managers and employees tolerate this kind of situation/environment demonstrates how stupid the American workforce is. Efficiency is not only neglected but eschewed, frowned upon. Just like when people say they have no time to write documentation. The same old lament that is supposed to illustrate how super-productive the team is and would otherwise be hindered by having to write meaningful documentation on what they are creating so that their successors won’t want to kill themselves. 🙂
Just pick an operating system! 🙂 And if it sucks, well, that’s your fault for picking the wrong operating system. But don’t pretend that you can have a stable environment when your servers are running GNU/*nix but the entirety of your software ecosystem otherwise is based on the retarded Microsoft Windows/365/??? platform.
I think I have finally deciphered the universe’s hint that I should make this an interview question that I ask my prospective hirer; Do you have any Microsoft products in your infrastructure? If the answer is yes then I will politely exit the interview. Because this is fucking ridiculous. :-)))))))
I don’t know how much this stuff actually helps. I’d like to see some benchmarks. Does anyone benchmark this stuff, these kinds of tweaks?
Anyway, my work laptop is RAM-bound, apparently, and I’m trying to squeeze as much performance out of this thing as possible. Combine that situation with a corporate VPN (Cisco sucks.) and McAfee BS, you got a slowed-down PC. By design. Which is torturous. 🙂 To know that this is stuff that can be prevented and actual human beings choose not to do so is frustrating and makes me want to switch jobs.
First impressions, of course, but man. It’s nice to see something like this in the Linux ecosystem. When I get my new work set-up going I would like to try out Solus itself. I’m currently running Xubuntu on a System76 Galago Pro laptop PC.