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Michael Jan 28
For people complaining about "no new changes", 7.0.0 is actually definitely deserving of a major bump. Besides usual anti-hacker stuff, 7.0.0 has major API changes...new services and everything! They also seem to have turned on optimization flags(?) in a lot of sysmodules?
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Michael
Point is, it's not like N has spent months doing nothing but anti-hacker stuff then bumped the major version to meme on people. There's what looks like big changes/additions at the OS API-level, probably to facilitate stuff for games/the OS in future updates.
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Q. Mulative Jan 28
How many people out there are going to care about 'optimizations', or even know what that means? Probably the same number of people (at best) cancelling KH3 preorders when it turned out to be 30 to 45fps max.
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Sammy D Jan 29
Replying to @SciresM
I feel it doesn't help when they put up a post about "New Features!" and display such little things. They make a dedicated post about it to draw peoples attention and it just says so little of value to the general public. In slew of a bunch of features that we still lack and want
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𓂀 𝕻𝖍𝖞𝖑𝖑𝖇𝖔 𝕭𝖆𝖌𝖌𝖎𝖓𝖘𓂀 Jan 28
Replying to @SciresM
Yeah that makes a bit more sense
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linktlh Jan 28
Replying to @SciresM
Although, wouldn't make them sad if it slowed hackers down ;P
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Jeroen van den Broek Jan 29
Replying to @SciresM
I never assumed they did nothing, but there comes a point where this barren OS really needs an actual upgrade that users can actually see. I think we passed that point a year ago. No matter how much this update added, it's not going to make us feel better about the OS.
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