If Linux is so bad according to you, why does Microsoft love it, according to their CEO?
Why did Microsoft build their own Linux distro, if Windows is better?
And why are they trying to build Linux compatibility into Windows 10 now?
Isn't it time you just admitted that Linux is the future and switched to the real thing, rather than waiting for Microsoft to switch you to it anyway?
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What are you working on, /g/?
>web browsers still don't generate security warnings for http sites
>Even though ssl certificates are available for free, there are websites out there that still don't support https protocol or use self signed certificates
Internet speed test thread!
Lets see some of those poor guys with rural DSL and satellite internetl.
What's your IT gear in your school?
>Women in tech is a good thing, we swear!
>fuck the patriarchy!
>why are there no more wymmen in STEM?
>you go girl!!
"in an eight hour period Windows 10 tried to send data back to 51 different Microsoft IP addresses over 5500 times"
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If you are serious about switching to Linux, use it exclusively for 2 weeks.
Avoid booting to windows for that period of time, or you are likely to start retreating back to it instead of getting used to linux as your new home and working on making it feel comfortable
You can safely experience installation process and the basic usage through a virtual machine
>Recommended for Beginners:
Xubuntu, Mint, openSUSE
>Learn to RTFM - Read The Friendly Manual
man <insert command here>
for example: man lsblk
>LibreOffice 5.1 released
>OpenShot 2.0 Beta Is Now Available for Public Testing
>Opera Browser Receives Buy Out Offer For $1.2 Billion USD
>Amazon announced a new...
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Linux Source Code
FreeTards status: BTFO
Remember this day /g/!
I don't understand what's so funny on that. Now every single hacker can just look at the code and easily spot vulnerabilities which would grant them access to millions of computers and servers. Even though I never pass out on any opportunity to laugh at the linuxtards, this affects all of us.
>he fell for the tablet meme
What's the point? It's just a laptop with less functionality, worse performance, no keyboard, 1 or no USB ports, etc. etc.
Shitty website stories? I have one that I experienced last weekend.
>watching normiebowl with my extended family
>have my t440 out browsing /g/
>suddenly mom tells me to order some pizza and she will pay for it
>our faces when the botnet wants us to starve
Would you recommend this gaming laptop? It fits my $1000 budget pretty well and I wanted to know if this is the best deal for under $1000
Note, I don't care if you like Intel or AMD
I know it's only a 960m, I can't spend too much
I know a PC would probably be cheaper, but I'm on the move a lot and a Laptop just fits my life better.
I already spent $2,300 on Amazon for 2 of these, 2 cooling pads (I know they are shit but I need to keep the dust out and other crap) and the warranties, before it ships in the morning I was wondering your opinion, anon.
I think I may have an older version of this laptop. I bought it refurbished in 2013 for $900. It is still going strong. I only had to reimage the machine once (late 2015) to get the sluggish performace to go away, but other than that it has been a great machine and I cannot complain.
mine has a 660m + i73610QM
>computer ethics class
>everybody thinks the government is implicitly trustworthy
>if you're doing nothing wrong then you shouldn't care if they look at your shit
it's over, the next generation is going to fuck over this country
It's a real shame that many people think that way, but there are some that don't. We must educate the ignorant populace as to why that line of thought is wrong.
>a good chunk of this "next generation" believes that thought police is good
>they also willingly trade freedom for som social networking and imaginary popularity points
>they also believe that they're feelings are the best arguments
What can possibly go wrong?
This is pathetic at this point.
So I see you are running Gnome...