In addition, OpenOffice offers what it calls a Sidebar Deck, which is a series of sidebar menus that appear on the right side of your screen. It’s filled with many of the same tools and options you can find at the top of your screen, but in a handy menu that’s easier to get to and features bigger and easier-to-see buttons and icons. … [Read more...] about LibreOffice vs. OpenOffice: Which one is right for you?
Does the harp program really work
It’s ironic that the crucial character development happens in a side game that doesn’t even bear her name, but Age of Calamity is much more than your average spinoff. Building off of the first Hyrule Warriors’ dedication to larger-than-life battles à la Dynasty Warriors, the action game is treated with the same level of care and thought as a mainline Zelda title. It’s billed as a proper prequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild — and it’s clear that Nintendo didn’t take that pitch lightly. … [Read more...] about Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity review: The new gold standard for spinoffs
That leads into the algorithm itself. AMD already offers resolution upscaling and enhancement via the custom-tuned CAS algorithm, which can improve visuals and is extremely low impact when it comes to performance (less than 1 percent difference). But CAS right now doesn't do nearly as well with upscaling, so Super Resolution just needs to focus on that aspect. Instead of the current methodology where a game does the rendering, applies an overly blurry temporal AA filter, undoes some of the blurring via CAS, and then upscales the final result ... what if Super Resolution can combine all of those steps into one superior filter? That would be the goal, at least in our minds. … [Read more...] about AMD Promises Open Source Multi-Platform FidelityFX Super Resolution