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  • iPhone X vs Galaxy S6 & S8 Plus

    humanX - - Mobile Devices

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    * iPhone 8 X (Released 2017) * Samsung Galaxy S6 (Released 2015) * 7.7 mm thick * 6.8 mm thick * 1125 x 2436 (458 ppi pixel density) * 1440 x 2560 (557 ppi pixel density) * 64 GB * 64 GB * 3 GB RAM * 3 GB RAM * 12 MP camera * 16 MP camera * No headphone jack * Headphone jack * 6 core CPU * 8 core CPU * NFC (Apple Pay) * NFC (any) * Wireless charge * Wireless charge * * * Price: around 1149 Euros * Price: around 250 Euros in Ebay * * * iPhone 8 X (Released 2017) * Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus (Release…

  • A few days after I built the system, my sister-in-law dropped by and gave me a few presents. userx.eu/index.php?attachment/…becace33b9b15eacfcb33997d userx.eu/index.php?attachment/…becace33b9b15eacfcb33997d The text circled in red translates..."good against burglars".

  • On-Screen Keyboard (Windows)

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    Quote from Microsoft: “There are several different kinds of keyboards for PCs. The most common type is a physical, external keyboard that you plug into your PC. But, Windows has a built-in Ease of Access tool called the On-Screen Keyboard (OSK) that can be used instead of a physical keyboard to move around a PC's screen or enter text. You don’t need a touchscreen to use the OSK. It displays a visual keyboard with all the standard keys, so you can use your mouse or another pointing device to sele…

  • Operating System

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    The average person uses a variety of operating systems. I switch between Android and Windows, but I mostly use Windows. What operating system do you use the most?

  • This is the build. I didn't hide the cables as much as I would have done in a case with a window. userx.eu/index.php?attachment/…becace33b9b15eacfcb33997d That's a really nice case from be quiet!, but there were a few issues during the installation. The first problems came up when I tried to install the PSU. There are three small panels in the back of the case that have to be removed in order to attach the PSU to the bracket at the bottom. On one side the screws were easy to remove, but on the o…

  • My sister-in-law's husband asked me to build him a desktop system. He is an architect and specializes in log cabin style houses. He has been using a computer that is around 10 years old and wants a more powerful system to run modern CADD software. He does have a budget and didn't want to spend over 1700 Euros. Here are the parts I picked out for him: - Display - HP 27" EliteDisplay E272q, 2560x1440 - CPU - Intel Core i5 7500 4x 3.4GHz - CPU Cooler - be quiet! Dark Rock 3 - RAM - Crucial Ballisti…

  • Sony Xperia Z3 Plus

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    So when I finally got around to packing the phone, it started vibrating...continuously. It sounds like a bunch of angry hornets. Hopefully the battery will run down before the courier comes and picks it up. I can just imagine a series of awkward moments when he grabs the vibrating package.

  • Quote from Engadget: “Everyone knows that technology goes obsolete quickly, but Microsoft and Intel are taking that tenet too far for some folks. Owners of three- to four-year-old "Clover Trail" Atom-based PCs like the HP Envy X2 laptop noticed that they were unable to upgrade to the latest version of Windows 10 Creators Update. Instead, they were greeted with a message saying "Windows 10 is no longer supported on this PC," and told to "uninstall this app now." ” In the 90s you had to upgrade yo…

  • Sony Xperia Z3 Plus

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    Almost two years ago My daughter ordered a Sony Xperia Z3 Plus through her provider. I've seen her drop this 700+ Euro phone at least ten times since then. This last time she finally managed to crack the screen. The display doesn't respond to touch anymore, which means she can't log into the phone. That's bad, but not nearly as bad as her not knowing her Google email address or password. Which means she can't access any of her contacts when she gets a new phone. She's young and starting over is …

  • Computer

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    In my home, my family uses a lot of different gadgets to access their data. My kids use mostly their cell phones, my wife uses her cell phone and laptop and most of the time I use my desktop computer. So, what computer do you use the most?

  • Bottled black water

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    I was browsing through Amazon, looking to see what bottled water cost online and I stumbled upon this. blackwater_01.JPG blackwater_02.jpg Black mineral water? Looks like motor oil...and it's disgusting. On the label it says there is some kind of charcoal in it. Nothing like having your water taste like a burnt tree.

  • Key broke

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    I got something stuck under the "c" key on my keyboard, and as a result every time I hit it nothing happened. I pulled out my PC tool bag and used a small screwdriver to carefully dislodge the key. Sure enough it came off, but unfortunately I also managed to destroy whatever was holding the key in place. keyboard_01.jpg For a while I stilled used the keyboard, but for some reason my fingers didn't want to touch the knob where the key used to be. I kept hitting the "x" or "v" next to it. My mind …

  • Running out of space

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    Here I am again, running out of drive space. In the 90s and the early 2000s this used to be an annual event. I'm like a pack rat when it comes to storing data. Anything that catches my attention will get stored. I am organized though. Everything is properly named and put neatly in categorized folders for easy recovery. I have a 256GB SSD for Windows, three 1TB internal drives and two 2TB external drives. All are close to being full. This is what I want: - 1 500GB SSD - 3 3TB internal drives - do…

  • Multiple displays

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    When I worked at Deutsche Telekom and later Lufthansa, my work space was always populated with at least two monitors. The bulky CRT boxes took up a lot of space, but the efficiency of working on more than one screen was undeniable. If I had several of those behemoths on my desk at home, it would have given the Mrs. an excuse to send me and my home office to the cold cellar. Luckily display tech has evolved and having more than one on my desk now just seems natural. With more display real estate …

  • Hi all...

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    Hi! My name is Keith. Community and computers is what motivated me to create userX. I am looking forward to the many discussions here and hope that you all will have a great time at userX. hX