Earlier this week TBVS Inc. announced the official launch of the latest update in their line of Personality Operating Systems: Tarreyn 3.0.
A generally accessible and well-liked identity OS program, T3.0 is available to most users in Southern California who can offer it friendship and decent red wine. Below is a further look at what the system has to offer.
About: Tarreyn 3.0 is the third major OS release developed by CEO Tarreyn Van Slyke since the original TBVS founders lost exclusive control of the personality advancements in the early 1990s. The successor to Tarreyn 2.9, T3.0 was announced by Van Slyke to approximately 0-50 people anywhere in her vicinity during the spring of 2018. (Exact dates of the initial statement are unclear as Van Slyke is permanently talking.)
The beta version of T3.0 was rolled out in late 2017, but was recalled in order to install a few doses of reality and tweaks in prescription medication levels. In it’s updated version, T3.0 sets a new standard in personal development, opening up previously unseen opportunities to the system and users alike.
Updates: Whereas previous redesigns neglected to address the areas of moderation, self-awareness and most forms of restraint, the new system has adopted a privacy-minded learning technique, to better listen and filter thoughts and feelings. It has also been installed with the restructured ability to understand the more complex settings of self-control and discipline. The interface includes updates in humor, curiosity, and empathy, with breaking technology in mood adjustment settings.
With a never before seen interest in cooking, the system is popular with poached egg fans, and users will also be pleasantly surprised to discover stronger dishwashing capabilities. It is additionally equipped with features that were previously underdeveloped such as keeping plants alive and stronger levels of confidence.
The current hobby settings are ideal for pastime enthusiasts, so music and film buffs will appreciate the updates, but purists can still rely on a steady stream of Friends and Office references.
The rebooted control center allows users to interact with the program more seamlessly, with enhanced conversational and listening settings. The bandwidth has also been updated to a much higher capacity, a feature that has been missing in recent years due to what developers referred to as emotional breakdown.
Critical Reception: Although most users were fond of the preceding OS versions, as the system entered it's late 20's, developers began dealing with more significant inconsistencies and bugs. Glitches that were understandable in the early 2010's model were now causing internal crashing and lowered functionality as the system reached it’s 30th year. While Tarreyn 2.0 was excellent at multitasking and social interface, over time the storage capacities and accessibility functions had become limited, leading to some concern from the community over perceived stability and performance issues.
Users have been pleasantly surprised by the new system's commitment to follow-through, as well as the continuation of TBVS Inc's golden commitment to having fun as often as possible.
The programming does not, however, prohibit bouts of moodiness (including but not limited to crying in public), time lapses in correspondence, a sometimes inflated sense of self, and the inability to process equations beyond basic multiplication. These incompatibilities remain unpredictable, and most users are accustomed to these defects from previous versions.
Maintenance & Upkeep: To make the most of this newest interface, certain measures can be taken. The system thrives on receiving an abundance positive reinforcement (be sure to install regularly streaming compliments for maximum bandwidth), as well as intense levels of attention. The system thrives in group environments as well as one on one, with an installed Meyers-Briggs score of 96% extroversion. Letting the system sleep for 8 full hours enhances daytime usage, and a steady stream of cold brew and LaCroix throughout the day will maximize battery life.
Future Development Plans: Despite the greatest efforts by technicians, an advanced sense of patience is not included in this reboot. This means that bugs such as eagerness, irritability and restlessness are still contained in the system. The development team has also been unable to make many advancements in the areas of financial budgeting, waking up by 7, or saying no to the second martini.
Takeaways: While Van Slyke seems confident in the new OS, calling it “The best version therapy can buy,” only time will tell how the latest update will hold up. Users who are already fans of the TBVS format are presumed to stick with it, but it is unforeseeable if the updates will attract a new user-base. It is certainly the most assertive and focused version to be released yet, and presumably one that will outlast it’s precursor operating systems.