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  1. New video that shows off some cars that are returning from older games and some cars that are new to the series.
  2. lol the price of BTC on Binance US dropped from $66,500 to $8,000 instantly for a few minutes earlier. Turns out someone put in a sell order for $35M worth of BTC and it caused the huge drop. If anyone was lucky enough to get some before they corrected it again, they would have near enough instantly made 710% gains.
  3. I want better performance without lowering the graphics significantly. I exclusively play MSFS in VR and it can get pretty bad when you have to run low-medium settings and you still get 20-30fps.
  4. GT7 is meant to go back to what GT4 was as far as gameplay goes, so there definitely will be some single player. One of the biggest criticisms of GT Sport was the lack of single player gameplay. Polyphony are listening to the players because they did bring in a bunch of single player content to GT Sport via updates.
  5. Fly by wire means all of the controls are connected electronically. There's no mechanical or hydraulic linkage between the controls and what they're supposed to control. It's not auto pilot, but it does allow auto pilot easily. I do know there are mechanical forms of auto pilot that are really complicated.
  6. I just tried that out, it started off with 7.9GB usage. It got up to 8.7GB and 58 windows open until I couldn't be bothered to open any more. RAM usage dropped to 8.5GB. Except in workspace environments, I don't see it as a problem and no one in a workspace environment is going to be on Windows 11 yet. Most of them are still on Windows 7.
  7. Update: Left file explorer open over night, RAM usage was 9.5/32GB, this morning it's at 9.7/32GB. I really don't see that as an issue.
  8. Oh, I forgot to mention lol that was with Windows 10. I haven't tried this with Windows 11, plus I have double the RAM now. I'll leave file explorer open over night tonight to see if the same thing happens.
  9. I'd say it is a bug. I left file explorer open over night and it ended up using all 16GB of my RAM. My computer was sluggish until I restarted it.
  10. Is this really a Windows 11 issue though? I've had this exact issue with 7 and 10 as well. Probably 8/8.1 too but that should be a forgotten part of Microsofts OS releases.
  11. It's the same as watching sports on TV. Why watch it when you can find a local club with free membership that will let you join so you can play that sport?
  12. I made a fun meme for this but I don't think I'm going to post it here because it has swearsies in it. But yeah, if you have Twitch, even if you don't stream yourself, it's kind of important to change your password and stream key. I'm actually surprised that it's only 125GB considering the entirety of Twitch got leaked.
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