Due to circumstances involving needing to contact someone and them only leaving a Discord invite link, I ended up trying it. It wasn’t fun, or pretty.
For a long time I used Windows 7 Pro, up until earlier this year. But With Windows 10 becoming more common (I think it hit 50% of Windows market share recently?) and me wanting more memory to use, I did the only same thing. I installed Windows 8.
I got bored a while ago, and came up with an idea to capitalize on people’s brand-centricness.
At risk of sounding like an old man shouting at clouds, there’s some terminology I’d like to correct a large number of people on:
A potential alternative to the flawed concept of instances blocking other instances.
Something I’ve felt to be lacking in the XMPP ecosystem is something resembling IRC webchat. No more!
Following on from my previous article about configuring my mildly cursed WP8060U graphics tablet, I finally got around to setting it up for real use on my desktop.