Foxtrot2Novmbr, 17 Apr 2023https://helpdeskgeek.com/help-desk/how-to-fix-service-host-sysmain-high-disk-usage-in-windows-11-10/Thanks for this btw!
AnonD-454049, 18 Apr 2023"I mostly play games or browsing through my Firefox while listening to Spotify, with some... moreNo, I'm right lol. 70% when idle, for that one I'm talking about, it's always 99%-100%.
kevvv, 16 Apr 2023You know that most PC games are only compatible with Windows instead of Linux, right? Sure the... moreSteam deck user here, the library compatibility is not that bad , i have cca 400 games on steam and the one who s not compatible are mostly call of booty , battlefield , some heavy AAA games wicth u couldnt play anyway and very old games , older then my grandpa (like 50-70 games i think?). I m working / having a vacation to other countries very often and steam deck is perfect for those who wants to play a cs go game or an indie game for 2-3 h. And for 370€ (i got it -10%) it does more then enough , i bought a 1t sd a new 512gb ssd a screen / case protector and the total was like less then 500€
kevvv, 17 Apr 2023> Also i have never seen windows use 70% of 4 GB ram
You should see what happened with my ... more"I mostly play games or browsing through my Firefox while listening to Spotify, with sometimes Discord is running on background"
obviously that uses a lot of ram, I was talking about idle ram usage
kevvv, 17 Apr 2023I mostly play games or browsing through my Firefox while listening to Spotify, with sometimes ... morehttps://helpdeskgeek.com/help-desk/how-to-fix-service-host-sysmain-high-disk-usage-in-windows-11-10/
kevvv, 17 Apr 2023Isn't it just the same with Steam Deck? You buy the compatible game on Steam Deck, and pl... moreNot really. The Steam Deck has mediocre battery life, and you have to bother with changing the settings if you want decent battery life. It may sound trivial, but it's a major difference. Switch OLED users, for example, don't need to worry about that because the battery life is excellent. Also, you can't tweak settings to get better battery life anyway because there are no such settings. Regarding the resolution, almost all console games have fixed resolutions, so players don't need to bother with that. They can simply focus on playing games they buy. Another major difference is that console games have physical copies. This may not be important for people who prefer digital copies. However, many people like owning physical copies of games.
Anonymous, 17 Apr 2023The major difference is that with a game console, you buy and play games, and that's it. ... moreIsn't it just the same with Steam Deck? You buy the compatible game on Steam Deck, and play it whatever you want, except if you want to change the game volume or lower the resolution for some reason, then you need to go to Settings for that. Despites it's running on a desktop-class OS, I guess those OS never really inteaded for any use outside games, even though it's supported for that.
kevvv, 17 Apr 2023It's a handheld device that fully designed for gaming and to get used for gaming and not ... moreThe major difference is that with a game console, you buy and play games, and that's it. There is no need to bother with settings. Everything will work fine (except for bugs, obviously). Handheld PCs even ones that focus on gaming, on the other hand, are for more advanced users in general.
YUKI93, 17 Apr 2023Linux is still the best choice for 24/7/365 servers, particularly cloud storage, as even Micro... moreYeah, Linux is great for servers. I was referring to it as a desktop OS, though.
Under 550 is good tbh.
Anonymous, 16 Apr 2023I don't know why you listed console sales when the ROG Ally isn't a console. It'... moreIt's a handheld device that fully designed for gaming and to get used for gaming and not another thing unlike gaming laptop or gaming phone btw, so yeah you can call it a console, despites it runs on a PC software like Linux (SteamOS) or Windows.
AnonD-454049, 16 Apr 2023You have no idea how ram or programming works you should stop spouting bs. Windows is bloated ... more> Also i have never seen windows use 70% of 4 GB ram
You should see what happened with my HP Elitebook then. Before asking me to clean install it, I already did that like 3 times btw.
Foxtrot2Novmbr, 16 Apr 2023First of all. If you're using windows. What programs are you running? How many background... moreI mostly play games or browsing through my Firefox while listening to Spotify, with sometimes Discord is running on background. I turned off all startup apps. I set my Virtual RAM to Auto btw. And some apps that usually take much RAM is Antimalware Service Executable, DWM, Windows Explorer, and Office Click-to-Run.
What's SysMain Service btw?
Anonymous, 16 Apr 2023Then it is poorly designed. You’re basically confirming what he was saying all along, lol.then why aren't you using linux?
I'll be interested in these devices and gaming laptops when battery tech makes some major leap. For now its not worth it
Anonymous, 16 Apr 2023Closer to being dead.Linux is still the best choice for 24/7/365 servers, particularly cloud storage, as even Microsoft use Linux for their Azure servers. But that's all I can agree on.
Wrathgor, 16 Apr 2023Windows ftw. I will change my laptop setup(for work and gaming) with this. Also willl buy XG M... moreAs a former Linux user, I don't miss going back to it as my primary desktop OS since I moved to Windows 10. It has been an absolute breeze since the transition. Now, I only use Linux via VMware on PC or Andronix on Android.
AnonD-454049, 16 Apr 2023unused ram is wasted ramSysinternals says "Hi."