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-I’ve been pegging out my 2018 MBP RAM 24/7 due to doing JavaScript development, so I am running VS Code, webpack, and four instances of Chrome for various reasons. Once I get around 20 tabs open, the 16GB RAM is pegged out, and then every time I refresh a page, it takes like 5-10 sec because I have browser caching disabled.[br]
+I’ve been pegging out my 2018 MBP RAM 24/7 due to doing JavaScript development, so I am running VS Code, webpack, and four instances of Chrome for various reasons. Once I get around 20 tabs open, the 16GB RAM is pegged out, and then every time I refresh a page, it takes like 5-10 sec because I have browser caching disabled.
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+This is of course horrific because I am developing, so I am saving JavaScript files every 5-30 sec and reloading the page. It takes sometimes like 30-45 sec to refresh the page, make a one character change in a file, save, and reload the page again. It makes me feel like I’m back in the year 1999 with 24 megs of RAM.
-This is of course horrific because I am developing, so I am saving JavaScript files every 5-30 sec and reloading the page. It takes sometimes like 30-45 sec to refresh the page, make a one character change in a file, save, and reload the page again. It makes me feel like I’m back in the year 1999 with 24 megs of RAM.[br]
+This laptop is only a year old, and if I had known it can’t even handle normal software engineering loads, I would have forced my company to buy the 32GB version. Lately I was thinking about buying one of the new Apple towers with 28 cores and capability of 1.5TB RAM. They’re $5k which is expensive but that kind of power would be viable for the next decade.
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-This laptop is only a year old, and if I had known it can’t even handle normal software engineering loads, I would have forced my company to buy the 32GB version. Lately I was thinking about buying one of the new Apple towers with 28 cores and capability of 1.5TB RAM. They’re $5k which is expensive but that kind of power would be viable for the next decade.[br]
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-Now I’m !#^&@@ though that I can’t even swap my 16GB chip out for a 32GB. I’m going to build my own computer; I’m gonna make a hackintosh and also just not use OSX if they ever figure out a way to prevent it from loading on my machine. And to be clear, I was going to just stick with the Apple tower because it makes it easy to run OSX fully legal, but now I’m going to take a different path, one that involves punishing Apple for crippling my laptop’s viability as a docked mobile workstation.[br]
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+Now I’m !#^&@@ though that I can’t even swap my 16GB chip out for a 32GB. I’m going to build my own computer; I’m gonna make a hackintosh and also just not use OSX if they ever figure out a way to prevent it from loading on my machine. And to be clear, I was going to just stick with the Apple tower because it makes it easy to run OSX fully legal, but now I’m going to take a different path, one that involves punishing Apple for crippling my laptop’s viability as a docked mobile workstation.
The sociopathic intent of Apple is clear. I can’t support a company like that. I’ll give them the right to repair trust, but it will take major effort on their part. In the meantime, I’ll keep pulsing anti-Apple sentiments out on every information medium.

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原帖由: Adam Mackintosh ,

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I’ve been pegging out my 2018 MBP RAM 24/7 due to doing JavaScript development, so I am running VS Code, webpack, and four instances of Chrome for various reasons. Once I get around 20 tabs open, the 16GB RAM is pegged out, and then every time I refresh a page, it takes like 5-10 sec because I have browser caching disabled.[br]

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This is of course horrific because I am developing, so I am saving JavaScript files every 5-30 sec and reloading the page. It takes sometimes like 30-45 sec to refresh the page, make a one character change in a file, save, and reload the page again. It makes me feel like I’m back in the year 1999 with 24 megs of RAM.[br]

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This laptop is only a year old, and if I had known it can’t even handle normal software engineering loads, I would have forced my company to buy the 32GB version. Lately I was thinking about buying one of the new Apple towers with 28 cores and capability of 1.5TB RAM. They’re $5k which is expensive but that kind of power would be viable for the next decade.[br]

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Now I’m !#^&@@ though that I can’t even swap my 16GB chip out for a 32GB. I’m going to build my own computer; I’m gonna make a hackintosh and also just not use OSX if they ever figure out a way to prevent it from loading on my machine. And to be clear, I was going to just stick with the Apple tower because it makes it easy to run OSX fully legal, but now I’m going to take a different path, one that involves punishing Apple for crippling my laptop’s viability as a docked mobile workstation.[br]

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The sociopathic intent of Apple is clear. I can’t support a company like that. I’ll give them the right to repair trust, but it will take major effort on their part. In the meantime, I’ll keep pulsing anti-Apple sentiments out on every information medium.

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