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Four performance and efficiency boosting changes in Linux 3.11 release

LibbyMC (3013161) writes | about a year ago

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LibbyMC (3013161) writes "The latest Linux kernel release has a lot of new features. This is an overview of four changes that will boost performance and lower power use: Zswap, AMD Radeon DPM support, low latency network polling and Xen and KVM support on ARM64."
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More features copied from Windows for Workgroups? (1)

haruchai (17472) | about a year ago | (#44770537)

which, as I recall, used to swap quite nicely from mostly working to a lovely shade of blue (screen).

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