GPD Win Max 2 is a 10,1" cross between a laptop and a handheld. It comes with relatively powerful Ryzen 7 7840U and up to 64GB of LPDDR5x RAM and two M.2 NVMe SSDs.
Test strips are quite handy to quickly test some chemical properties of water, soil, or even air and some food.
Baseus camera detector is a simple gadget that can be used to find hidden pinhole-type cameras.
ngrok is a tool that allows you to expose a service from your local network to the public web.
carbon is a simple tool that allows you to export a code snippet as a pretty image - either PNG or SVG.
Reviews of Windows on ARM devices pretty much always states that the access to applications is limited and the x86 emulation isn't the best solution. But how do those applications actually work (or not) on WoA laptops? Let's go through various apps and see.
Windows on ARM is Microsoft's adventure into moving its operating system and its ecosystem to a different CPU architecture. Previous attempts like Windows RT failed so it begs the question will
Windows on ARM succeed? Let us check how Lenovo IdeaPad 4G 14Q8C05 laptop with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8c ARM SoC runs Windows 11 on ARM.
On Intel-based Apple devices it was possible to run old WoW clients through the Wine translation layer. With Apple Silicon and the removal of 32-bit executable support this is no longer possible, but thanks to Microsoft and Parallels there is an alternative.
Final Fantasy XIV does support macOS but the game version isn't native to macOS not to mention Apple Silicon. It's pretty much a Windows version run via Wine wrapper. How does it perform on Apple M1 and how much performance is being lost?
Pillow is used for simple operations on images, like resizing, converting to other file formats, and so on. It also can be used to generate custom graphics like infographics or composites of multiple images - memes, infographics, and more. Let's take a look at how it can be done.