Android 6.0 really ups the game with formatting SD card as internal storage. Those with a measily 8GB phone like the 2nd gen Moto G will benefit. The Nexus phones do not have SD cards, the Moto G seems to strike a sweet spot.
Battery life takes a giant leap with two days perfectly possible if you turn your phone off at night & use Hermit for Facebook. Greenify has an aggressive doze feature which should help in conjunction with Twilight app. Your mileage may vary but you could discover that an SD card r/w speed upgrade is needed.
Asunder spinning down on you? You may have have selected more than one audio codec.
Using Windows makes you appreciate Linux more, using Linux makes you appreciate Windows more.
So in the midst of Western white privilege, I sunk a grand on a ThinkPad X250. Yeah, it has two batteries but I have not managed to install Linux on the M.2 SSD yet. Cracking the case open, (possibly) voiding the warranty, was a very anxious 😓 moment! I think I broke a clip, one screw cross threaded, sigh 😢, one rubber dome thing, goes where exactly? Damn my greed, but I guess I now own the hardware.
To paraphrase Linus, I like computers because you tell them what to do & they do exactly that & no more. Maybe I’m on the autistic spectrum, but life is not like that!
elementary OS 0.3 Freya (64-bit)
Built on Ubuntu 14.04
Lenovo ThinkPad E325
Dual-Core AMD E-450 APU with Radeon HD Graphics
AMD/ATI Wrestler Radeon HD 6320
Samsung 840 Pro
(Build quality on this faux ThinkPad was appalling & failed within roughly three years. Hinge stress point ruptured chassis. Would not recommend.)
Tired of burning through your nano USB n 150 adaptors? Want a dual antenna 300 rated wireless PCI card with great Linux compatibility for your tower? Dual booting Win 7?
Then look no further than the Monoprice PCI Wireless Lan 802.11N (105338) at Bambuzo. They checkout with PayPal so no typing in your address. Although twice the asking price of other nix cards they ship to Europe, & hopefully, you get what you pay for. Linux compatibility was plug & play & works post suspend to RAM. I have not tested with 7 yet but will report back soon…
Driver seems baked into 7 so no need to spin up CD!
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