This is the best headphones design, right?
I dont want to stick rubber into my ear when it's cold outside and wearing a fucking headset is just autistic
>I dont want to stick rubber into my ear when it's cold outside
Keeps your inner ear nice and warm in my experience.
Also when it's windy it cuts out the whine and changes in air pressure.
Talk about your portable Macs here.
Which model do you have? Which OS version do you use? What do you do with you MB in general?
I'm really on the edge of getting a mid 2014 13" retina MBP. It's about 1k yuros from a reputable second hand reseller and according to them it's in a really good shape.
Haven't had a Mac before, should I go for it? I've been looking for an ultrabook for quite a while now and for the specs the MBP with its pricing compares really well
Do u think the cops can find the user of a snapchat just with the nickname?
99% of you wouldn't do shit if not SO. Admit it
>No annual plans
>If you "upgrade storage" from 15 gb with 100, your total is 100 not 115gb
>Speed is fine but videos from drive will randomly stop with an error
More like google shit if you ask me.
Videos are fine on Drive.
How does this make you feel, /g/?
Hello /g/entlemen. Idiot here.
Lets say i used downthemall addon for firefox on a "buy pro version or try a free version" website page selling a $10 software. The addon detected the pro version in things it can download off that page.
Lets say i downloaded it.
Do these websites with such poor security go through the trouble of detecting that i did so and backtrace my IP from china to backwaters of yurop and call cyber police on me to bust the door down a year later, or is that unlikely?
If they can or could take action, would it involve...
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Please anon. My main concern is do they check downloads per earnings and detect a missing copy, or do these companies just let the money flow into their bank accounts without a concern.
I mean their 'pro' version hosting means are from the year 2001 or something.
Let's imagine I have pizza pictures stored in my home server, so I encrypt it with whatever Linux uses to encrypt an entire disk. But I also want efficient single-file backups like rsync, not "dd an entire 1TB disk every night". If I simply use a rsync cron job it will copy the files unencrypted, right? How can I have efficient backups with full-disk encryption?
rsync the mounted cleartext to a cleartext mount of another encrypted volume
(lots of overhead)
rsync the ciphertext itself to the other volume
(may not be sufficiently flexible, depending on requirements)
>"You can do anything on it!"
>"Except for things it doesn't allow you to do"
Linux is a shitload of bloatware atop a mound of binary blobs. Unix philosophy is basically dead, and it is time to come to terms with this. Imagine how beautiful a world where no cycle went to waste. Imagine how much more performance you would get from everything. It's really too bad the only original style Unix platforms have all gone to shit.
Wasted cycles are the least of the problems of today's Ganoo Linux though.
>62 years old
>still fighting for freedom
hell be fine
Will Zen save AMD?
Why is this extension so based? I used to be a ABP shill until I tried uBlock Origin. Not only it blocks everything but is up and running as soon as I open the browser, unlike ABP which has like 5-10 seconds delay.
Also post your uBlock stats thread, I guess.
> 129928 or 14%
This is /dpt/, the best subreddit of /g/
Umaru-chan edition, the best of all editions.
In this thread:
code of conduct:
no sexual harassment
no gender discrimination
wat r u working on, anon-chan ?
>no sexual harassment
>no gender discrimination
Coworker has me fixing her laptop but neglected to give me a password. I have no way to reach her for a few days. So what are my options for accessing her files before formatting?
Boot from a Windows CD, launch cmd, replace utilman.exe with cmd.exe in your system32 directory, reboot to login screen, launch Ease of Access, cmd will come up instead
>net user coworkersusername newpasswordtobeset
Windows security is a bit of a joke.
>mbp retina with terabyte harddrive
>windows 10 and el capitan on it
Feels great to have the greatest laptop on earth