Moore's law stopped in 2005. Since then, a new computer has not been faster than an old computer with the same cost.
Those new capabilities that *can* be used to speed up software (such as multiple cores) require modifications to that software: in other words, new computers can only run software faster when application developers put effort into optimization.
sex / weight
On the other hand, I'm "not built to survive", "cute", "smol" and "_oddly_ comfortable".
Also took the 100-Q test. First time I've been assessed as ISTP...
he/any ∴ interested in all ∴ software engineer in San francisco ∴ i like small things ∴ in a creative drought & drinking too much coffee ∴ sprite by @rek
Sunbeam City is a anticapitalist, antifascist solarpunk instance that is run collectively.