@nightpool I'm also aware that many people in this generation have been using computers *primarily since* moore's law has leveled off, so unlike people from my generation, have gotten used to an approximate baseline of speed.
@cwebber sure. I'm probably willing to give up "having 100 chrome tabs open" but not willing to give up "having a super high DPI laptop display". trade-offs are going to be different for different people
@nightpool If it's any consolation, I think that high DPI displays aren't a concern in themselves (but the amount of processing necessary to display to them might be, dunno).
@cwebber my understanding is that there's some complicated performance cost for the thing I'm doing, which is configuring a high DPI display with a non-integer scaling factor. I dunno though.
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