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31st January 2014, 10:30 AM |#21  
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Oh, bull. Yes, those are referred to as apps, but so are desktop computer software program(me)s, to use a number of terms that don't contain the string "app"... and which have been called "applications" or "apps" since at least the 90s and probably longer. Unless somebody specifies "Metro" or "Modern" apps, using the word "apps" to refer to desktop apps is perfectly valid. Calling it wrong isn't even pedantic, just incorrect. It should have been perfectly obvious what was being referred to.

If I refer to "apps" it didn't meaning to applications anymore. I think it only for where I live now. I'm sorry about that.
 
 
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The Important is to run some apps(applications) on our pockets
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qemu-based solution should be faster than bochs-based solution
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qemu-based solution should be faster than bochs-based solution

bochs is stable but very very slow
qemu is more fast than bochs but it's not stable
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