Linux (themed properly) is the most beautiful desktop OS.
Ubuntu dies. You're given tons of cash and developers to replace it.
What's it look like and how is it different?
What's the worst operating system in existence?
>3:2 aspect ratio
What monitor is this thing using?
FIND A FLAW
After all the shit that has happened through the history of this godforsaken website. The first time I have actually noticeably felt disdain for the site when browsing is after these intrusive adds were added.
It's been fun guys
I never notice about the new ads until you fuckers actually make a thread about it.
What kind of shitty blocker you guys actually use?
Whatever, you guys deserved to get infected by all kind malware in this whole internet for being that retarded.
I am currently building a gaming PC for 1080p (high to ultra graphics). Since I am new to this I wanted more input besides the websites that are not as descriptive as I hoped. I mainly need help on deciding on the CPU. I am interested in the Intel Core i5 6600k and AMD A10 7870k. Which would be better in general for gaming on high graphics? Or is there a better one that is similar or less in price?
So are we done pretending that Linux is the most secure operating system now? Because we've had these kinds of root exploits for as long as there's been Linux servers. And I've been the one that had to patch dozens of systems every damn time, as far back as 1998.
BSD, perhaps, but Windows isn't bad these days.
Let's put it this way. I patch the Windows servers for serious problems a lot less often. I also patch the other application software less often.
You know what would be a cool feature if they don't already have it? Emergency Broadcast System streaming for widely watched channels like Netflix and Amazon Prime for example. Do they already have this capability /g/?
Indians and Microsoft... Why?
More than 30% of the Microsoft workforce is Indian.
Microsoft-centric sertificates are VERY popular in India. Find an online Microsoft certification help website, and chances are it's Indian.
A company which supposedly takes pride in its diversity, isn't this a bit... shit?
Also, what are you experiences with Indian engineers and software developers in general? Pakistani also. My boss may be trying to get some shit done and is pushing to get some freelance workers, but on sites like UpWork, plenty of them are Indian...
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same reason the tech industry in general likes them. There's an abundant supply of them, they generally speak English thanks to the long period of British rule, they're cheap. There's still large portions of IT that needs just average intelligence, not some brilliant superprogrammer, and Indians are the cheapest way to get that.
Tesla announced new residential solar panels and a new battery storage system.
Stupid autism. Go anywhere in suburban/ rural Europe and you'll find solar panels on roofs everywhere.
This is just fancy shmancy crap
>Microsoft creates Secure Boot backdoor, leaks golden keys
>Microsoft has created a backdoor in Secure Boot, the security feature designed to ensure that a device can only run the operating system that it is meant to. And, to make matters worse, it has just accidentally leaked the "golden keys" needed to bypass it.
Is microsoft giving in to the FBI?
What's lowest price i can buy for a laptop? I literally do nothing on pc so i dont wanna spend much. All i need is minimum 17 inch screen and good keyboard for chatting.i only browse internet, watch shows/movies and chat.
My 980ti Strix OC still the best card ever.
1080, 1070, 1000 series FUCKING WRECKED. GOOD GAME FAGGOTS, ENJOY YOUR COMPUTER CATCHING ON FIRE.
I'm going to SLI 980ti STRIX OC. And I won't have any housefires caused by my card. Enjoy your 1080 housefire and shit card.
ur not gonna quit apple now anon xd no?
looks like the Jews have taken over 4chan, does anyone know how to block the 4chan ads on iOS? Adblock plus isn't working.
Microsoft has """""accidentally""""" leaked a key that can enable users to unlock Secure Boot-protected smartphones and tablets running Windows 8.1 or later.
>The Secure Boot feature is intended to protect Windows devices by making sure they only use software trusted by the PC maker or user. It's part of Microsoft's Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) and ensures each component loaded during the boot process is validated.
Secure Boot can be disabled on several types of desktop PCs, but is hard-coded into most devices running Windows. It seems the golden key is intended to turn off OS checks so programmers can test new projects. However, it can also leave Windows devices vulnerable.
Pajeets in charge of security, lads. Why are you being supporting the shittiest tech company ever to exist?
>Windows security flaws
>Secure boot broken
I am trying to get power out to a washing machine. I mimicked what what worked on the last breaker and couldn't get power. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
24 vs 28
Why haven't you changed the connector on your headphones yet to a high quality gold plated on?
Shaving is technology.
I bought picture related a few months ago, and have been getting better at wet shaving in the mean time. I've been waiting to buy something better (wanted to make sure I could use it without hacking my face apart before I dropped too much cash on anything).
1.) Any recommendations for a straight razor? Looking for relatively cheap but durable and good stainless.
2.) Any non-leather strops out there? For personal reasons I don't buy leather.
3.) I'm still using hard soaps, is there any amazing...
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>Energy Star Silver rating
>Manufactured by delta, major supplier of workstation and server components
>2x PCIE 8 pin
If only it was fucking modular
Just because 40$ for 1100w seems like something is wrong with it.
Working pull doesn't mean they actually ran that PSU at its best, I can plug my chinkshit 750w PSU into my tiny 75w athlon build and claim it's working, but it won't power over 320w
What was the worst thinkpad model and why was it pic related?
Wasn't the T42 the one where you could break the GPU if you picked it up by the corner? I'd say that's worse. Nvidia T61s too, what with their tendency to commit suicide.
Then there's shit like the G40, which is pretty much a joke computer. Desktop Pentium 4 stuffed into a two-inch thick, eight pound monster of a laptop. The G41 even had the balls to pair its Prescott CPU with an Nvidia dGPU. Guaranteed housefires.
Why is my router blocking my DNS trace requests?
Why does Apple like dongles so much?
because they figured enough people didn't want an ethernet port, VGA port, etc... in their laptop 100% of the time that they could just make a dongle for it.
if you don't like apple's dongles, you can buy any old generic. USB adapters are cheap, and type C adapters will actually show up on the market soon now that a major laptop manufacturer has gone deep on it.
Simple reason really: Different people have very different needs, so if you want to cater to all of them in one device with built-in ports, you're going to end up creating a complete mess. This means it makes much more sense to only include the basics and then let people pick out dongles for whatever they need and they're generally not going to need more than one or two.
Specially the tablets would be a mess if they had HDMI, VGA, USB, SD card readers and posts/sockets for all the other things people want to use with them.
>hipsterfag freelancers will fall for this
will Microsoft steal away some hipstertards from Apple?
there's nothing more satisfying than watching autistic people have meltdowns over announcements of products that weren't designed for them in the first place.
in a distant future, /g/ will have threads where faggots gnash their teeth over industrial construction equipment not catering to NEETs.