Monthly Archives: September 2013

Memory Usage: Android 4.2.2 vs Windows 8.1

This result may be surprising to many Android users.
It’s just that Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) uses more memory than desktop version of Windows 8.1 x64 RTM, but unlike Windows 7 and 8, Windows 8.1 requires more memory to start up.

If you remember, I was able to run both Windows 7 and Windows 8 on 128MB of RAM. However, Windows 8.1 requires 256MB to boot (at least running stable), 512MB for installation and 1gig to run comfortably.

Impressive, isn’t it? 😉

Android 4.2.2 vs Windows 8.1

Archive 2009: Windows 7 on 128MB of RAM

Archive 2011: Windows 8 on 128MB of RAM

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Windows 8.1 RTM – still buggy!

Personally, I like changes in Windows 8.1. Everything is clearer, but why no one from the very large company (more than 89 thousand employees) done a guide-animation in Windows 8? After a year we received a Help App, Start Screen was changed and the Start Button has been restored – HURRAY! 😛

However, it is not relevant to the subject under discussion. I informed Microsoft about a bug in Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 8.1, but they ignored it. I participated in the Mitigation Bypass Bounty Program with prizes of $ 100,000 but it was a big scam. A Microsoft employee replied and said that Microsoft is not responsible for this bug (I can bypass Windows Logon Screen). If so, who is responsible for it… Santa Claus? First of all, Microsoft has not paid the award, but the worst part was that they did not fix the bug!

I have finally decided to disclose all information about the bug. Everything will be posted on my site on October, 16th, 2013!

Hacking Windows 8.1 RTM Logon Screen as simple as usual!

Windows 8.1 RTM Hack

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Why I hate HP laptops?

Fortunately, I never bought any HP laptops but I have fixed a lot of them, for my friends. I don’t know about the new models, but I suppose they didn’t change much on that –  moreover, new laptop prices drop every year!

Reasons why NOT to buy a HP laptop:

  1. Broke soon after warranty expired!
  2. All HP laptops have a bad design for cooling!
  3. HP loves pre-installed Bloatware & Crapware
  4. They’re more expensive than other good brands.

Cleaning HP Cooling Fan

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It’s time to break some records!

Today I bought Corsair Vengeance 16GB Quad Channel DDR3 Memory Kit and decide to break some benchmark records. I’m not using Liquid Nitroge only water cooler with custom fans.
It will be really hard to get to the Top 20 Resultshwbot.org

Before we look at the numbers, let’s take a brief look at the test system that was used. All testing was done on Windows 8 Pro 64-bit operating system.


Noisy Beast
– First Ever build 2013

Noisy Beast - Build 3     Noisy Beast - Build 6

CPU: Intel Core i7-3930K @ 4.8GHz (1.445V, max 72°C)
MB: Asus P9X79 Pro (Bios 4302)
Mem: Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR3-2400 (CMZ16GX3M4A2400C10)
SSD: Samsung SSD 840 Pro Series 256GB (Firmware DXM05B0Q)
PSU: CoolerMaster Real Power Pro 1250W (RS-C50-EMBA-D2)
Cooling: Corsair Hydro Series H100i Water Cooler
Paste: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
Fans: 2x Koolance FAN-12038HBK-184 – 59.0dBA @ 4000 RPM
(according to xbitlabs.com review – 76.5dBA @ 4000 RPM)

Good optimization is key to success – it’s over 64GB/s !

AIDA64 Benchmark

 

Worldrecord Ranking on 18 September 2013

2nd place – AS SSD BENCHMARK: WORLD RECORDS – 16275 points
2nd place – 3DPM-MT BENCHMARK: WORLD RECORDS – 1170.38 points
3rd place
 – MULTI CORE LINPACK: WORLD RECORDS – 8sek 968ms
5th place – BLACK HOLE BENCHMARK: WORLD RECORDS – 20800 marks
7th place – WINRAR BENCHMARK: WORLD RECORDS – 16730 KB/s
8th place – 3DPM-ST BENCHMARK: WORLD RECORDS – 132.98 points
12th place – FRYBENCH: WORLD RECORDS – 2min 55sec 0ms

Multi Core LINPACK

BRAIN > MHz

I don’t break any records, but I was able to get to the Top 20 Results! 🙂

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Bill, do you like me now?

Today First Ever presents you a comic with Windows 8.1 in the main role. Steve, you are genius! I guess theoretically, they could move Start Button under the System Tray Clock, but nobody at Microsoft was “smart” enought to figure out how to fix it!

Windows 8.1 Comics

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