I have tried using the code below but it only display results in Chrome and Mozilla not working in IE6.   <div id="example"></div>  <script type="text/javascript">  txt = "<p>Browser CodeName: " + nav...
In Node.js, we can easily use os module (documentation) in order to obtain CPU information:      os.cpus()[0].model; // ? Example: 'Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 860 @ 2.80GHz'   I'm looking for a similar way to obtain GPU model and if possibl...
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i've been researching a lot of multithreading, callback, dispatch queue, in synchronous and asynchronous way...  The more i research, the more i got confused and frustrated to the point that i feel i can't seem to understand it ever.. please...
I am facing an issue. I am trying to detect if an OS x user has "natural scroll direction" enabled when using chrome or FF. Currently, I am able to detect it if the user is on Safari using the following code.  $("html, body").bind({&#...
I have scoured everywhere on the internet as to how to detect the OS and it's version. I have found out how to do it for windows, (see code below), and now I want it to work for Mac too.  Windows detection code (works perfectly!):  // OS detectio...
I am trying to get the language from OS or Browser(preferred Browser though).  There are some examples like,  1) var lang= navigator.language || navigator.userLanguage;(javascript)  2) $lang = substr($_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE'], 0, 2);(P...
Yes, I've heard a million times that there is no reason to want to detect OS, but I'm getting different behaviors on both Firefox and Chrome between Windows XP and the exact same browser version on Windows 7.  I've scoured the internet an...
I am trying to determine if the user's Windows 10 version is v1511 or v1607.  I tried using navigator, but that only gives me the user agent string with just Windows NT 10.0:  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, l...
I'm getting some unexpected results when trying to create and change the working directory to a temp folder with Node.js.   Here's some code:  var path = require('path') var fse = require('fs-extra') var TEST_DIR = path.join(o...

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