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Is there such a thing as a non-spyware, non-garbage Web browser in the year 2021?

I have spent an absurd amount of time and energy just testing and re-testing tons of different browsers over many years. I used Opera up until 2012, when the last version was released and they killed ...
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Pipe viewer for windows platform

I'm looking for an alternative tool to sniff/monitor/measure performance of pipes on the Windows platform. Just like you can use pipe viewer (pv) on Linux (https://linux.die.net/man/1/pv). I found ...
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Languages for high-speed data acquisition from sensors

I am looking for good languages for data aquisitions for sensors. I work in the research field and sometimes the speed requirements can be very difficult (the more data the better). At the moment I am ...
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Best-performing X server for Windows

I need to run X apps on a Windows 10 machine (or rather, run them remotely, have them display on Windows). So, I need an X server. I know a few: Microsoft's X410, MobaXTerm's built-in X server, Cygwin'...
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Software for opening large files (.txt .log files)

I am trying to open large files such as .log or .txt or even source files(range from 40 MB to 5 GB or even more) without loading everthing into ram. Something what can read and edit large file byte by ...
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A Firefox addon to suspend inactive tabs to disk which does not require the tab to be reloaded by swapping from RAM to disk (to reduce memory use)

Is there a Firefox addon (or anything built into Firefox) that allows suspending inactive tabs which does not require the tabs to be reloaded when restoring/resuming them? I think this could be ...
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Does it make sense to combine JIT'ed code with MPI to enhance performance? [closed]

I'm writing a package for solving computationally intensive systems of equations. I'm already using LLVM for just-in-time compilation but I'm now looking into parallelizing these algorithms for 1) ...
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Best Functional RAMDisk that You Can Honestly Recommend

I've tried several RAMDisk programs already. I have 64 gigs of RAM and I would like to dedicate a chunk of it as a RAMDisk. However, the ones I tried didn't turn out so well. It was too difficult ...
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Fastest free Python library to read a CSV file with 1~3 columns of numbers

I am looking for the fastest Python library to read a CSV file (if that matters, 1 or 3 columns, all integers or floats, example) into a Python array (or some object that I can access in a similar ...