Ten years ago, Conroe Core2Duo was released, superceding the P4 NetBurst architecture. This marked a change from the megahertz chasing era into the trend of more instructions-per-cycle (IPC) and efficiency. It kept the original LGA775 socket, moving pins from the more expensive processor to the less expensive motherboard, as first introduced with the Pentium 4 Northwood or Prescott family, if I’m not mistaken. This processor also marked a huge leap in performance, not seen again until Sandy Bridge.
Whenever it’s late at night and I feel sad and/or hungry, I eat food that can make me feel full and therefore happy. Or at least a little bit.
- 1 big pack of Lucky Me! Pancit Canton Sweet and Spicy, or 2 regular packs
- 2pc Ministop Chicken
- rice (optional)
I hate mornings.
Wait, no. I hate waking up. Period.
Am I toxic to my friends? A hug would be nice right now.
Feels really nice to have a cat watch over you, specially while you sleep.
I’ve met people from other countries, and sometimes, I get to see their desktop. I’ve noticed that there is a set of software commonly used by people of a specific country. Granted, this is behavior is not new because of market segmentation and all that, but hey, it’s nice to notice.
- GOM Player
- 360 Security (eww!)
- Tencent QQ
- Sogou Input
- Weixin (WeChat for international users)
These observations are in no way rigorous and scientific and are solely based on experiences. Still a good topic to look at though.
Do you have a common set for your country?