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2023.06.07 10:00 Dry-Lengthiness4948 1 Fps Droop from 144 to 143 make stutters
Hi all i read a lot now but i cant finde a solution about it !
First my Sys : ASUS ROG STRIX B550-F GAMING
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D
Sapphire RX 7900 XT NITRO+
Ram Ballistix 2X8gb (3200mhz because 3600 xpm cant boot ) 16-18-18-38 trc 74 trfc 560
Darkrock Pro 4 Cpu cooler
Powersub Seasonic Prime 850 Watt
Samsung ssd 970 evo
Playing on 1440p 144hz
So now my Problem: In games i play i got realy good fps so easy more as 144 (Best exampel is now Diablo 4 )
But if my Fps drops only 1 like from 144 to 143 it starts laging like choopy gameplay !
i try now every shit i can imagin in the readon tool
3 Party software off / on
I have good temps just upgradet now to NZXT H9 Flow Current 6 Fans ! so is not about temps
I got like one bug my ramm hits 99 % ram usage over time and stays on 99% ! First after restart it is normal again but it happens also after restart wiht the 1 fps drop lag/chopines
Pls help my also i wanna tahnk you for your comment and help
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2023.06.07 09:59 BeaR_-- [Gaming-Related] Low CPU usage, high CPU temps
Hey everyone. I promise this isn't a good old "MY CPU IS MELTING, HELP"-post; I am aware that my CPU's temps are safe to go up to 105°C and am not really worried about that too much. This is more of an "huh, odd"-post wherein I am wondering if anyone has any idea(s) regarding this. Anyway, here's a screenshot of my temps and CPU usage first: https://imgur.com/a/0FP7d2K
So, my CPU is a Ryzen 5600H (Laptop). It's a Gigabyte A5 K1 with an RTX 3060 Mobile and 16 GB RAM. I am not using any programs to throttle the CPU, the Power Settings allow Maximum Processor Performance, etc.. Basically, everything OS-wise is 'default'.
Game settings are set to high, FPS are naturally capped to 60 FPS by the game itself, resolution is set to 1080p. No background processes except for MSI Afterburner, RivaTuner, and Steam. I am using a Laptop Cooling Stand that is keeping the laptop elevated. Room temperature averages around 22°C, so everything is a-okay. Nothing is over- or underclocked either. BIOS settings are set to default as well. Thermal paste was reapplied very recently (about 2 weeks ago). This is pretty standard in any game, though I've started to make a habit of capping every game at 60 FPS.
I had some overheating issues in the past in BF2042 (Laptop overheating and turning itself off at 106°C) but that game is notorious for being one of the most poorly optimized games on the market right now. However, it did weird me out a little bit, as I feel like the thermal throttling is not kicking in, if there even is any. I mean, judging by the Elden Ring Screenshot, it probably does kick in, but its influence appears to be negligible at best.
I've used the AMD Ryzen Controller and Tuning Utility respectively in the past, however, it leads to frequent(-ish) crashes since it begins lowering the CPU's Wattage at around 95°C and man - most games (or my system) reaaally don't seem to like it. I have since reinstalled my OS entirely and formatted my SSD, so it (very likely) does not have any impact on anything any longer, if any of you are suspecting things like that.
Does anyone have any idea why my temps go so high even though the usage is fairly low?
In my (fairly uneducated) opinion, it can't be the thermal paste; it is not game-specific (as long as it was released within the last decade); it is not related to any weird OS-Settings; it is not stemming from any Software-influences; is just kind of weird.
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2023.06.07 09:59 Professional-PhD Alienware X17 R2 black screen while operating
My compute is used for both home and work. I have run into a particular problem a few times and was wondering if anyone else has experienced something similar?
Computer will be working normally and at some point it will have it's screen go dark. Now it will happen to the internal monitor and then the external monitor may flash black but return. Music or other sound will continue. Now during these times I will often have youtube on for the news (and it mainly happens while in fullscreen mode) on the small monitor while I am using work programs, text editors, email, etc on the old larger monitor. Now when this has happened during the day I never noticed this due to ambient light in the room but at night time when this happened I noticed I could see some of the white backdrop of the page if I looked closely. Almost if the colours were happening but the backlight was not on. All that is required to fix this is a full restart, but it is annoying. I am updating my graphics drivers to the latest ones but I am unsure if the issue is one of graphics, youtube (as it only happens when it is being used), or something else entirely related to the monitor etc. I was wondering if anyone else had experienced anything like this on either a laptop or desktop as it seems to happen at random times and I am not sure if it is an issue of software which could effect any computer or hardware specific to this laptop?
Alienware X17 R2
Monitor internal: 1080p, 500nits, 360hz
Monitor external 1080p, 60hz, old repurposed LG TV connected via HDMI
RTX-3080Ti; driver: 531.68
(2) 2TB SSD acting as 1 single Drive
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2023.06.07 09:58 DYYSTRYYR ROG Flow Z13?? Is this not a surface pro 9 killer? Why is no one talking about this?
For some context, I'm off to college soon, and for my major and work I'll be requiring a decent rig, especially since I'll be doing lots of work in blender, photoshop, unity, and other graphics work. However, I'll be taking my PC with me, which has a 3950x, 3080, 3tbs of total nvme, and 32gb of 4000mhz ram. Basically, this is good enough to run around just about anything.
I wanted to switch to digital note taking, and I also needed a new laptop to use in class and work stuff that won't be in my dorm. So, I was looking for a tablet that can hold its own, that doesn't need a crap ton of power, but is good in terms of features. Immediately, the surface pro 9(intel ofc) stood out to me. I have forever really disliked 360 foldables, mainly because using them as a tablet is so inconvenient(having to put the keyboard face down, not being able to use in bed because its heavy etc). There isn't a huge market that I've found for windows tablets that also have a foot in the door at being considered a "laptop". The only good ones I found were the XPS 13 2-in-1 and the surface pro. Out of these two, the choice was difficult, but I wanted to go with the surface due to a couple quality of life things(no camera jutting out, a better touchscreen/pen experience). The biggest thing was the built in kickstand, which I tried out at a local best buy, and just seemed so nice. It certainly doesn't support your hand weight, but it does enough to a point where I can take notes on it and do some drawing without needing to lay it flat, which I absolutely love. So my go for that was the surface.
Then, as I'm scowering ltt videos, I come across the gem known as the ROG Flow Z13. After I watched that video, I was absolutely appalled. I saw absolutely no downsides to the ROG Flow Z13 compared to the surface pro 9.
I'm familiar that the surface lineup isn't really liked by the community, but as I continued to search for something that would fit the thing I'm looking for, the surface is what everyone pointed me to. But I just stumbled across the flow z13 and, like a bunch of people seem to say in their clickbaity youtube titles, it really is the better surface pro 9. To give some more context, here's the specs I was looking at buying either of the two at compared:
|Specs ||Surface Pro 9 ||ROG Flow Z13 |
|CPU ||Core i7-1255U(10 cores) ||i7-12700H(14 Cores) |
|GPU ||Intel Iris Xe ||RTX 3050 |
|RAM ||16GB LPDDR5 ||16GB LPDDR5 |
|Storage ||256GB SSD ||512GB SSD |
|I/O ||Two TB4 and that's it ||TB4, USB, etc basically way more than surface |
|Display ||2880 X 1920 @ 120hz ||1920 x 1200 @ 120hz |
|Price ||$1581.98 ||$1799.00 |
The more qualitative things I did some research on through reviews and etc. The keyboard attachments are both okay(although the surface is a bit more hated). The touchscreen experience seems to be good on both. Speakers and display color accuracy are good, but again, negligible to just a student like me who probably doesn't care a lot about those. They both have kickstands, which is super important to me. The weight is a little more on the Z13, and it is slightly thicker. The things I can't attest to are the pen experience, which I've heard has a great response time on the surface, but idk about the Z13. Also, the temperatures, because no one wants to use a heated tablet.
I don't really want the Z13. It has more performance than I really need. I just need to able to run programming IDEs and software, sane blender files, and some unity projects once in a while smoothly. All of the power computing things I can do in my dorm. However, I just don't see how the Surface Pro 9 can even exist at that pricepoint when the Z13 is putting out these specs at the same price budget($200 is no pocket change but its in the same range) while also not compromising on the killer features that the Surface mainly uses to appeal to the public.
My ideal would be a cheaper device of this style that doesn't have a lot of power, but can do what I mentioned above. I honestly just want a surface pro 9, but I just feel scammed buying it at this price when the Z13 exists. It's like, if I am buying this surface, why am I not just buying the Z13? What am I paying for with the surface over the Z13?
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2023.06.07 09:36 MywarUK 2010 Macbook Pro Display Issue.
Hello, was given a MBP 2010 15 yesterday, booted fine, asked for a password on SSD that was installed so I wiped it and installed Lion, booted fine. Did all the software updates.Now the MBP boots, but as soon as the login screen appears the display turns off and the keyboard cuts out (checked pressing caps lock, no green light), I rebooted into safe mode, boots and displays fine, reset the machine and back to black screen at login screen.
Things tried:Reset SMCReset PRAMWiped HDD/Install OSX - Everything works up until updates are done.
What else could I try or anyone think they know what could cause this?
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2023.06.07 09:16 ashley2023123 New Mac Studio:The Perfect Blend of Style and Performance
New Mac Studio:
some of the latest features of the Mac Studio:
- M2 Max and M2 Ultra chips: The Mac Studio is available with either the M2 Max or M2 Ultra chip, both of which are based on Apple's latest in-house silicon. The M2 Max chip has a 10-core CPU, 32-core GPU, and 16-core Neural Engine, while the M2 Ultra chip has a 20-core CPU, 64-core GPU, and 48-core Neural Engine. These chips offer significant performance improvements over the previous generation of Mac chips, making the Mac Studio ideal for demanding tasks like video editing, 3D rendering, and music production.
- 12 ports: The Mac Studio has a total of 12 ports, including four Thunderbolt 4 ports, two USB-A ports, an HDMI port, a 10Gb Ethernet port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. This gives you plenty of connectivity options for connecting external devices like displays, storage, and networking gear.
- Compact design: The Mac Studio is a small, compact computer that measures just 7.7 inches tall and 3.7 inches deep. This makes it easy to fit on a desk or shelf, even in a small space.
- Silent operation: The Mac Studio is designed to be silent, even when running demanding tasks. This makes it ideal for use in a home studio or office environment where noise is a concern.
- The M2 Max and M2 Ultra chips are both made using Apple's 5nm process technology. This makes them more efficient and powerful than previous generation chips, while also helping to improve battery life.
- The Mac Studio supports up to four 6K Pro Display XDRs and one 4K TV or 4K display. This makes it ideal for use as a video editing or color grading workstation.
- The Mac Studio can be configured with up to 192GB of unified memory. This is more memory than is available on any other Mac, and it gives you the ability to run even the most demanding applications.
- The Mac Studio supports up to 8TB of SSD storage. This gives you plenty of storage space for your projects, files, and media.
- The Mac Studio comes with a variety of software included, such as macOS Monterey, Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro, and Xcode. This gives you everything you need to get started with your creative projects.
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2023.06.07 09:02 Phpreadymadescript01 Kick Starter Fundraiser Clone Script - DOD IT SOLUTIONS
Our Best Kick Starter Fundraiser Clone Script
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Kick Starter Fundraiser Script is open to adding additional features, integrations, and customization to help your business achieve maximum ROI. Your customers get a branded Kick Starter Fundraiser Clone Website with Hybrid Apps for both iOS & Android. Here are some key features typically found in a Kick Starter Fundraiser clone system: User Registration and Profiles:
Allow users to create accounts, log in, and manage their profiles. Users should be able to create and manage their fundraising campaigns. Project Creation:
Enable users to create fundraising campaigns with details such as project description, funding goal, project timeline, and rewards for backers. Payment Gateway Integration:
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Provide a system for backers to support projects by pledging funds. Users should be able to browse and discover projects, view project details, and make financial contributions. Project Updates:
Allow project creators to provide regular updates to backers, keeping them informed about the project's progress, milestones achieved, and any challenges faced. Commenting and Communication:
Implement a commenting system to facilitate communication between project creators and backers. This allows backers to ask questions, provide feedback, and engage in discussions related to the project. Project Categories and Search:
Categorize projects based on different themes or industries to help users discover campaigns that align with their interests. Implement search functionality to enable users to find specific projects or explore campaigns based on various criteria. Admin Dashboard:
Develop an administrative dashboard to manage user accounts, review and approve campaigns, monitor transactions, and enforce platform policies. Notifications and Email Communication:
Send email notifications to users regarding campaign updates, successful funding, and other important events. This keeps users engaged and informed about the projects they support.
When choosing a clone script, ensure that it provides these essential features and offers customization options to match your specific requirements. You may find existing clone scripts or crowdfunding platforms that can be customized to suit your needs. However, it's important to remember that building a successful fundraising platform involves more than just technical implementation. It requires marketing, community building, and ongoing support to attract both project creators and backers to your platform. With our Kick Starter Fundraiser Clone App, You can completely transform your Job Portal Solutions with a custom-build you need, Customer App, and a powerful Admin panel to manage the business. Check our detailed Kick Starter Fundraiser Clone Script Proposal
for more details. Contact : Mobile: +91 8778595579 Landline: +0431 4000616 Email : [email protected] , [email protected] Link: https://www.doditsolutions.com/kick-starter-fundraiser-clone/
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2023.06.07 08:51 Phpreadymadescript01 Grubhub Clone Script - DOD IT SOLUTIONS
Our Best Readymade Grubhub Clone Script
is a software solution or platform that aims to replicate the features and functionality of the popular food delivery service Grubhub. It provides an online marketplace where customers can browse and order food from various local restaurants and have it delivered to their doorstep. Our Grubhub Clone Script is a popular Food Delivery website for you consisting of Multiple Shopping and Multi-vendor option. A fully customizable Grubhub Clone Script System, with advanced Delivery Module features. A feature-packed Grubhub Clone Script software to seamlessly manage your E-commerce System. DOD IT SOLUTIONS
provides an online food delivery system is a platform or software solution that enables customers to order food from local restaurants and have it delivered to their preferred location. These systems have gained immense popularity in recent years, providing convenience and a wide range of food options to users. Our Grubhub Clone Restaurant Module allows restaurant owners to list their restaurant and food menu on the Website. Your customers get a branded Grubhub CloneWebsite with Hybrid Apps for both iOS & Android. Here are some key features typically found in a Grubhub clone system: Restaurant Listing:
The system allows restaurants to create profiles and list their menus, including food items, prices, and special offers. Restaurants can manage their information, update menus, and specify delivery areas. Customer Ordering:
Customers can browse through the listed restaurants, view menus, select food items, customize orders, and place them for delivery or pickup. They can also save their delivery addresses, track orders, and provide feedback or ratings. Delivery Management:
The system provides tools for managing the delivery process. It may include features such as assigning delivery personnel, real-time order tracking, estimated delivery times, and communication channels between restaurants, delivery drivers, and customers. Payment Integration:
Integration with various payment gateways allows customers to make secure online payments using credit/debit cards, digital wallets, or other available payment methods. The system should support multiple currencies and handle transactions securely. Rating and Review System:
Customers can rate and review restaurants and delivery drivers, providing feedback and helping other users make informed decisions. Ratings and reviews can also be used to enhance the credibility of the restaurants and delivery drivers. Mobile Apps:
To reach a wider audience, Grubhub clone systems often include mobile applications for both customers and delivery drivers. These apps provide convenient access to the platform's features, allowing users to order food and manage deliveries on the go. Admin Dashboard:
An admin dashboard or backend system is crucial for managing the entire platform. It enables administrators to monitor and control operations, manage user accounts, onboard new restaurants, track orders, generate reports, and perform other administrative tasks.
It's important to note that developing a complete Grubhub clone system requires a team of experienced developers, designers, and testers. Additionally, legal and licensing considerations should be taken into account, as well as establishing partnerships with local restaurants and delivery services. With our Grubhub Clone App, You can completely transform your E-Commerce Solutions with a custom-build you need, Customer App, and a powerful Admin panel to manage the business. Check our detailed Grubhub Clone Script Proposal
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2023.06.07 08:41 Phpreadymadescript01 Swiggy Clone Script - DOD IT SOLUTIONS
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Our Best Readymade Swiggy Clone Script
is a software solution that replicates the functionalities and features of the popular food delivery platform Swiggy. It allows entrepreneurs or businesses to create their own online food delivery platform similar to Swiggy.Our Swiggy Clone Script is a popular E-Commerce website for you consisting of Multiple Shopping and Multi-vendor option. A fully customizable Swiggy Clone Script System, with Delivery Module features. A feature-packed Swiggy Clone Script software to seamlessly manage your E-commerce System. DOD IT SOLUTIONS
food delivery system is a platform or software solution that facilitates the process of ordering food from restaurants and delivering it to customers' locations. It involves various components and functionalities to streamline the entire food delivery process. Our Swiggy Clone Restaurant Module allows restaurant owners to list their reaturants and food menu in the Website. Your customers get a branded Swiggy Clone like Website with Hybrid Apps for both iOS & Android. Here are some key features typically found in a Swiggy clone system: User App:
The user app enables customers to browse through restaurants, view menus, place orders, track deliveries, and make payments. Restaurant Panel:
The restaurant panel allows restaurants to manage their profiles, update menus, track orders, and interact with customers. Delivery Agent App:
The delivery agent app facilitates delivery personnel to view and accept delivery requests, track orders, and update delivery status. Admin Dashboard:
The admin dashboard provides a centralized control panel to manage the entire system. It includes features such as user management, restaurant management, order management, analytics, promotions, and settings. Real-Time Tracking:
Users and delivery agents can track the real-time status of their orders, ensuring transparency and efficient delivery management. Multiple Payment Options:
Integration with popular payment gateways to offer various payment options such as credit/debit cards, digital wallets, net banking, etc. Ratings and Reviews:
Users can rate and review restaurants and delivery agents, helping others make informed choices. Notifications:
Push notifications and SMS alerts to keep users, restaurants, and delivery agents informed about order updates, promotions, and other important information. Order History:
Users can view their order history, re-order favorite items, and access previous invoices. Offers and Discounts:
A system to manage promotional offers, discounts, and referral programs to attract and retain customers.
It's worth noting that creating a Swiggy clone system requires expertise in software development, database management, and integration with external services such as payment gateways and map APIs. Additionally, legal and licensing considerations may also apply, depending on your location and the specific functionalities you plan to implement. With our Swiggy Clone App, You can completely transform your E-Commerce Solutions with a custom-build you need, Customer App, and a powerful Admin panel to manage the business. Check our detailed Swiggy Clone Script Proposal
for more details. Contact : Mobile: +91 8778595579 Landline: +0431 4000616 Email : [email protected] , [email protected] Link: https://www.doditsolutions.com/swiggy-clone/
2023.06.07 08:05 grepixinfotech From Idea to Launch: Steps to Create an Uber-Like App Solution for Your Business
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From Idea to Launch: Steps to Create an Uber-Like App Solution for Your Business
The ride-hailing industry has been revolutionized by Uber, and it has opened up opportunities for businesses to create their own on-demand services. If you're looking to create an Uber-like app solution for your business, you've come to the right place. In this article, we'll be discussing the steps you need to take to go from idea to launch in creating your own on-demand app. From market research to testing, we'll cover every aspect of building an app that can revolutionize your business. With the right approach, you can create a user-friendly, feature-rich app that will help you stand out in a competitive market. So, whether you're a small business owner or a startup entrepreneur, get ready to take notes on how to create an Uber-like app
solution that can take your business to the next level. Market Research and Analysis
Before you start designing and developing your Uber-like app, it's important to conduct thorough market research and analysis. You need to identify the existing competition, understand your potential customers, and evaluate the market trends and opportunities. By doing this, you can determine whether your app idea is feasible and profitable.
One of the best ways to start your market research is by conducting a survey or focus group with your target audience. This will help you understand their needs, preferences, and pain points. You can also analyze the market data and statistics available online, such as industry reports, competitor analysis, and customer feedback.
Based on the research and analysis, you can determine the unique selling points (USPs) of your app and define its features and functionalities. This will help you create an app that is tailored to your target audience and stands out from the competition. Identifying the Target Audience
Once you have conducted your market research, you should have a clear understanding of your target audience. Who are they? What are their demographics, interests, and behaviors? What are their needs and preferences?
By identifying your target audience, you can design and develop an app that caters to their specific requirements and expectations. You can create a user persona that represents your ideal customer and use it as a reference for your app design and development.
It's important to keep in mind that your target audience may evolve over time, so you should continuously monitor and analyze their feedback and behavior to ensure that your app remains relevant and useful. Defining the App Features
Once you have identified your target audience, you can start defining the features and functionalities of your app. Your app should have a clear value proposition that addresses your target audience's needs and solves their problems.
Some of the key features that your Uber-like app should have include:
- User registration and authentication
- Ride booking and scheduling
- Real-time tracking and navigation
- Payment processing and invoicing
- Rating and review system
- Customer support and feedback
You can also consider adding additional features that can enhance the user experience and differentiate your app from the competition. For example, you can offer loyalty rewards, referral programs, or customization options. Hiring a Development Team
Once you have defined the features and functionalities of your app, you need to hire a development team that can bring your app to life. You can either hire an in-house team or outsource the development to a third-party agency.
When hiring a development team, you should look for:
- Experience and expertise in app development
- Technical skills and knowledge of programming languages and frameworks
- Communication and collaboration skills
- Portfolio of successful app projects
- References and testimonials from previous clients
You should also ensure that your development team follows the best practices and standards in app development, such as agile methodology, code review, and testing. Creating a Project Timeline
Once you have hired your development team, you need to create a project timeline that outlines the milestones and deadlines of your app development. This will help you stay on track and ensure that your app is delivered on time and within budget.
Your project timeline should include:
- App design and prototyping
- Front-end and back-end development
- Testing and debugging
- Deployment and launch
- Post-launch maintenance and updates
You should also allocate sufficient time and resources for each stage of the development process and consider any potential risks and challenges. Designing the User Interface
The user interface (UI) is an essential aspect of your Uber-like app as it determines how your users interact with your app and how they perceive your brand. Your UI should be intuitive, user-friendly, and aesthetically pleasing.
When designing your UI, you should consider:
- Consistency and coherence in design elements and layouts
- Accessibility and usability for users of different abilities and devices
- Visual hierarchy and contrast to guide user attention and navigation
- Branding and color scheme to reflect your brand identity and values
- Feedback and animation to enhance the user experience and engagement
You can use design tools and software, such as Sketch, Figma, or Adobe XD, to create wireframes and prototypes of your app and collaborate with your development team and stakeholders for feedback and iterations. Developing the App Functionality
Once you have finalized your app design, your development team can start building the front-end and back-end functionality of your app. This includes coding and integrating the features and functionalities defined earlier, such as user registration, ride booking, payment processing, and rating system.
Your development team should follow the best practices and standards in software engineering, such as modular programming, version control, and security protocols. They should also ensure that your app is optimized for performance, scalability, and compatibility with different devices and platforms. Testing and Debugging the App
Before launching your Uber-like app, you need to test and debug it thoroughly to ensure that it works as intended and meets your quality standards. Testing and debugging should be an ongoing process throughout the development cycle and should involve different types of testing, such as:
- Unit testing to test individual components and functions
- Integration testing to test the interaction between different modules
- User acceptance testing (UAT) to test the app from a user's perspective
- Performance testing to test the app's speed and responsiveness
- Security testing to test the app's vulnerability to cyber threats
You should also involve your target audience and beta testers in the testing and feedback process to gather valuable insights and improve your app's usability and functionality. Launching the App and Marketing It
Once you have tested and finalized your Uber-like app, it's time to launch it and market it to your target audience. This includes:
- Submitting your app to the app stores (e.g., Apple App Store, Google Play Store)
- Creating a landing page and social media accounts for your app
- Running paid ads, influencer marketing, or content marketing campaigns to promote your app
- Engaging with your users and responding to their feedback and reviews
- Measuring and analyzing your app's performance and user engagement using analytics tools
You should also continuously update and improve your app based on user feedback and market trends to ensure that it remains competitive and relevant. Post-Launch Maintenance and Updates
After launching your Uber clone app
, you need to maintain and update it regularly to ensure that it works smoothly and efficiently. This includes fixing bugs and issues, adding new features and functionalities, and optimizing the app's performance and security.
You should also monitor and analyze your app's usage and feedback regularly and use the insights to improve your app and enhance the user experience. Conclusion
Creating an Uber-like app solution for your business can be a game-changer in today's digital world. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can create a user-friendly, feature-rich app that can revolutionize your business and stand out in a competitive market. Remember to conduct thorough market research, identify your target audience, define your app features, hire a development team, create a project timeline, design the user interface, develop the app functionality, test and debug the app, launch and market it, and maintain and update it regularly. With the right approach and mindset, you can create an app that can take your business to the next level.
2023.06.07 07:51 hhhhhhhhbh Yeti Nano microphone and Razer Blackshark V2 not working together.
I noticed today that my Yeti Nano microphone was not detecting any input. I tried the usual unplug and replug to no avail. I eventually ran the Windows audio troubleshooter which disabled audio enhancements for the Yeti Microphone. It began to pick up my voice, but oddly my Razer Blackshark V2 headset stopped working once the Yeti Nano began to work. It keeps flipping between the two with neither properly functioning at the same time. I can either hear my computer's audio or have my microphone pick up my voice. There's no specific method I'm using to get one to work, it seems random to me. It's important to note that I recently cloned my hard drive to an SSD for improved storage speeds in my PC, and I noticed the issue when I tried to join a discord call for the first time since the storage upgrade. Could it be a driver issue that arose through the cloning process? Please help
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2023.06.07 06:47 baption0 ~$2500 USD PC Build (SW focused)
Hey yall. I finally came across some money and I'm looking to upgrade my 10 year old shitter. Looking for something that beats my work Macbook pro. I know my requirements, but I'm kinda outdated in the PC world, so I would appreciate your input as a starting point for my search.
- Light gaming -- Destiny 2, CSGO, COD, also looking for ability to run new AAA games but not too worried about greatest quality. Looking for about 2k 60-80fps. I have a 4k 60fps monitor I'm not looking to upgrade yet.
- Software Development -- Nvidia GPU is a must RTX 3080 would be a wet dream, >16 thread CPU, 32 thread preferred. 64gb ram.
- 10 Gigabit Ethernet required, wifi card if budget permits.
- 2tb ssd required.
- Water Cooling required.
- Case size I'm not too particular about. Ideally, as small as possible without making water cooling a pain to install. Absolute minimal bright lights while it's running, as I'd like to be able to sleep with the thing still on. Kinda looking for a stealth PC now that I think about it.
Don't worry about peripherals.
Looking forward to your builds. Thanks in advance.
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2023.06.07 05:44 OceansCarraway Upward Facing
Today, the G.U.S.S has done what nearly every single military has been expecting it to do: further develop its logistics capabilities to support formations in orbit. And when you can support formations in orbit, you can support formations that are halfway to anywhere. By doing so, the G.U.S.S. can support operations off of planets and in space–or at least take the first step to doing so. On the much larger scales of cluster-wide military operations, planetary-level logistics operations are one of the required steps that a military must take to be more than a mild power. Getting out of the gravity well is an immense challenge. That just makes it more important to handle.
Functional logistics is not strictly about meeting needs; it is also about meeting needs with what one has. For the clones, this means spaceplanes. Lots of lots of spaceplanes. Completely autonomous, and now with improved weather adaptation software that has been tested in every environment that the clones can get their hands on, these short-haul cargo vehicles use combustion fuels made by semi-portable mostly-prefabricated fusion reactor refineries. While these devices still require appreciable gravity to function, they are significant steps in improving clone operational capabilities. Coupled with these refineries are the skills to make quick spaceplane runways, assembled using most-local xenocretes. Finally, since these planes are developed from known systems, they are easily maintainable using conventional methods.
Backing up these improvements in technology are a number of improvements to the G.U.S.S’ infrastructure around the Ria system. Warehouses, handling equipment, computer networks, and pod loaders are the centerpieces of these upgrades, alongside the opening of several cargo-exclusive spaceports on Kabria, Kalabria, and the Sunforgelands. While only a few are for explicitly military operations, the dual use potential–and necessity–of others is obvious. In the long term, few besides highly compartmentalized economics or military nerds will follow this development. Military historians, analysts, and other out-and-out dweebs have been expecting this development for a while now, and are curious if the Crown will attempt to use it for propaganda purposes.
However, the act of doing so would probably be harder than the development of these logistics capabilities itself.
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2023.06.07 05:26 SarraSimFan Finally running on bare metal
I've been running 22.04 in a vm on my old Intel server. I had spare hardware sitting from my gaming box, after I upgraded it to better work with Resolve. I just didn't have a PSU. Until today.
I wrestled the PSU and it's cables into place, made sure the SATA SSD was good, then fired it up... Only thing I forgot was the Ethernet cable. After I remembered to plug that in, I ran updates, installed a ton of stuff, including zfs and timeshift, and then did something I dreaded: setting up a network printer.
My old windows server was a nightmare; my other windows gaming box was the only machine I could get to connect to the print server reliably. Family MacBook pro just refused to connect to it, and 70% of the time, it wouldn't print correctly.
I plugged the printer's cable (it's a USB 1.1 printer, a HP printer from 2004), and kubuntu grabbed drivers and software easy enough.
Then, I shared it, and then I schlepped back to the gaming PC to suffer through the miserable add a printer thing in windows. Except, it wasn't a schlep, windows instantly picked up the printer. Printed a test page, no issue.
And I went out to the family MacBook. This is what I dreaded: connecting a computer with an os I despise, to a server I've not really run in this way...
Well, long story short, it's probably taken me longer to type this out, the MacBook just found that printer and connected to it. Totally shocked at how easy it was, it blew my mind.
It's been a great night, and I now have two 10GbE devices hooked up to my 10GbE network, and that feels great all on its own.
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2023.06.07 05:21 Adaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Info Sync - Data Recovery Help for SanDisk Extreme SSD Failure is Offered by EaseUS
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2023.06.07 04:49 Darth_84N3 Star Wars Re-Watch Podcast Special Edition Jedi Fallen Order
Sorry for the delay folks. Needed a little extra time to process my thoughts on this last special edition. Mike and I went on for two hours about Jedi Fallen Order. Obviously, we both love the game. I was wrong for not playing and beating it sooner. The story is great. Characters are great. Voice acting superb. Graphics, sound effects, music, gameplay, combat, absolutely phenomenal! Respawn has made a fool out of EA. By forcing developers to develop games, simply because they are game developers has blown up in EA's face. Zampella and the rest of Respawn have proven that EA's "online only" multiplayer centric business model is simply a profit motivated decision, rather than develop art for the sake of art. I understand that taking risks in a industry as competitive as video games is a tough sell but, if you design games for their audience, people will buy them. You don't always need to have blockbuster bombastic Call of Duty's to guarantee sales. The powers at Disney, carefully and thoughtfully helped Respawn craft a piece of art worthy of the title Star Wars.
There's a lot to talk about in this game. Let's start with the setting. Five years after Order 66, we are introduced to former Jedi Cal Kestis.
Living his life in obscurity, trying to make ends meet. Cal has abandoned the way of the Jedi. However, fate has caused him to utilize his powers once more to save a life. The Imperial Inquisition becomes wise of Cal's existence, thus setting off the chain of events which begin the story. Both this show, and Kenobi show the evolution of the Empire's tech from Attack of the Clones to Revenge of the Sith, to A New Hope. At this point we see the Storm Trooper armor
we know and love from the original trilogy. We can also infer the empire is on a five to ten year upgrade path. We see the semi-modern Clone Trooper armor
in Revenge of the Sith that has less elements of Jango Fett's Mandalorian armor and more modern Stormtrooper elements. Specifically the visor and vents.
Either way, Cal is set forth on his task after being rescued by another former Jedi Cere Junda
. I'm not going to spoil all of the game's plot here except that Cere is looking for a holocron left behind by another master. With it, Cere hopes to utilize it's knowledge to rebuilt the Jedi Order and fight the empire.
This game kicked my ass. Mostly because I was playing it wrong. Yes, I cranked the difficulty up to Jedi Grandmaster. Why? I am a veteran of all From Software games since Demon's Souls and everything in between. While most will compare the combat to Dark Souls it's actually more like Sekiro Shadows Die Twice. I was playing the game much more aggressively and the game was punishing me for it. While the parry windows are much narrower on higher difficulty, the game rewards deflecting enemy attacks much more than breaking an enemies guard by brute force. Even on the highest difficultly when I simply deflected enemy attacks I was rewarded with more opportunities to do damage versus attacking, guard-breaking, then attacking some more.
Either way, I learned a valuable lesson and powered through the rest of the game until it's climatic ending. I'm not going to spoil it. If you've never played this game you absolutely must. I will leave amazon associate links for where to purchase.
Thanks for listening guys. I hope you enjoy the game as much as Mike and I did.
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2023.06.07 04:47 FairyBoi360 grey screen and crash at menu
Similar to issues iv been seeing since launch, Game boots to a grey screen, then i get about 1 sec of the intro cinematic before it crashes, no crash log or option to report crash. If i speed click LMB i get through to what looks like the sign in screen but then it crashes from there.
Things iv already tried, Drivers up to date, windows up to date including optional updates, no razer software installed, moved it to all three of my drives, reinstalled, scanned for corrupted files, made sure file compression was off.
Specs i7-8700k , 4070, 32gb ram, 2 1tb SSD and a 500gb nvme, 1000 watt psu.
Soooooo do we just wait for them to patch this cause i havent found a working solution on any of the forums
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2023.06.07 04:38 TheFlyingGyro Changed 2nd M.2 and computer won't boot
Have a computer with a Asus Prime X570 Pro board. Have had it for several years and had no issues. Have 2 M.2 drives running on it since I built it. One 1 TB and one 500 GB in the secondary slot.
Recently got a deal on a 2TB and was planning on replacing the 500 GB one with it. Have cloned multiple drives and never had a problem. Hooked up the new drive in a M.2 housing I had and plugged it into the USB C slot on the mother board. Detects it just fine.
New M.2 is a 2 TB crucial.
Cloned the 500 GB drive to the M.2 in the housing. Cloned perfectly, computer detects it just fine and works great. Turn of the computer, move the new drive into the M.2 housing and replace the previous 500 GB with the new cloned 2 TB drive.
The computer then refuses to boot. I can't even get it to the BIOS menu. It starts and then stops at the ASUS screen.
Tried multiple troubleshooting things after to no avail.
- Removing the original 500 GB M.2 from the board and booting it with the 2 TB hooked up in the housing. That works fine.
- Booting into BIOS menu with new 2 TB M.2 in housing (that works fine) and making sure that the new SSD is selected last in boot order.
- Booting with neither the old 500 GB or new 2 TB drive attached (that works)
- Changing letter on the new drive to be the same as the old 500 Gb drive and putting it in the M.2 slot (that doesn't work either)
It seems whenever I put ONLY that new drive in the slot it does not work. Works fine in housing. I know some boards act different when you put a M.2 in the second slot but I have been running one in that spot for over 2 years with no issues. Pretty stumped so hopefully someone has some ideas. Thanks in advanced.
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2023.06.07 03:11 Radplayz Looking to clone my drive
I want to move over to Linux, however I want to have a backup in case I ever decide to go back to windows. I'm looking for software that can clone my entire drive onto a external one, so if I want to switch back, I can simply boot from the external hard drive and it will restore my C: drive back to where it was before I installed Linux. Any recommendations?
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2023.06.07 02:12 JJ100JJ dGPU Passthrough on a laptop using just the LCD panel?
I am trying to achieve iGPU/host and dGPU/guest -passthrough using just the laptop LCD for both host and guest. Ubuntu is host, W11 guest. Laptop has both Radeon iGPU and NVidia dGPU.
I've read about Looking Glass and also a dummy adapter but am finding it all a bit confusing... are these required when using a single LCD panel?
(Not gaming. Just need Photoshop in the guest for work, but want the performance of the dGPU there. VM is a cloned W11 system on its own SSD. Can boot the VM just fine without passthrough. But wondering if my hangup to get dGPU PT working is related to my question here.) TIA
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2023.06.07 02:02 Firm-Credit8959 Good Gaming Laptop specs
I have read some of the other posts, I’m not overly tech savvy but could go with a desktop since this is in my basement. Are the below specs well more than I need or just good enough? This is priced over $1,800 USD. I don’t really know what I’m looking for and will only/primarily use it for GSPro or other golf sim software in my golf room. Thanks.
This gaming laptop is equipped with a NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 3050 Ti 4GB graphics card and a 10th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-11800H Processor - packing plenty of juice to handle any golf simulation software with ease.
Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-11800H Processor Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 3050 Ti 4GB GDDR6 RAM: 16GB DDR4 Storage: 1024GB SSD OS: Windows 11 Home 64 Wireless: 802.11AX & Bluetooth® 5.0
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2023.06.07 01:42 Lostboheme Replacing old drive support
So my wife's laptop is struggling and I noticed some abnormally high Disk use in Task Manager (staying above 90% all the time). Turns out it's an old SSHD hybrid drive that I figure is just going bad. I found an old SATA SSD I had laying around that I'd like to replace it with, and I'll upgrade her to 16gb from 8gb of RAM while I'm at it.
My question is can I simply format the old SSD and will that be good enough to clone the HDD to the SSD, install it and I'll be good to go? Or do I need to do a different kind of wipe to the drive to prep it. Second question, what are the go to cloning tools nowadays?
Thanks in advance!
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