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You have 15$. How would you spend it so that you'll be the happiest you can be for 15$ ?
  • Minecraft has gotten a lot of updates after Microsoft bought Mojang.

    I don't personally mind paying a small amount for a good product that is constantly getting better after many years.

    Sure Java could have better performance but it's rare that it matters much on modern computers.

    You do you but I don't think paying for things is the end of the world.

  • You have 15$. How would you spend it so that you'll be the happiest you can be for 15$ ?
  • Use java than 🤷

    Or use bedrock and ignore all the bullshit if you can.

    Are free versions even close to Minecraft in features, polish, and all that?

    I personally think that Minecraft is one of the best games you can buy for the fairly low price, community, multiplayer, etc.

  • Defragged Zebra
  • Pro tip: That tip has been obsolete for a long time now. Running the defragmentation tool on an SSD in Windows optimizes the drive (pretty much just running TRIM). It's not possible to defragment an SSD in Windows (maybe there is a way using some register hack but that's out of scope)

  • Israel vows to press on in Gaza after UN Security Council approves ceasefire proposal
  • The thing is that the UN is supposed to be a place where countries can argue about shit without going to war.

    It's not in anyone's best interest to kick anyone out of the UN. That's why a lot of terrible dictatorships still are in the UN

  • This is the “world’s first” phone call made using spatial audio
  • Meanwhile, the vast majority of people making calls are still going to have only one speaker, so it'll still get downmixed to mono. Even if your phone has two, and you're not holding it next to one ear, they're still going to be so close together as to effectively be one point source.

    No, lots of (probably most) phones and other devices has stereo speakers.

    Either way headphones are most often used for this (you know like the thumbnail)