Why are script kiddies bad? Does it not take a formidable background in software engineering to know what your code does? Scripts and game hacks aren't amazingly difficult, but cover topics only taught in colleges and universities, where they expect you to have a decent foundation.
So, why do we hate script kiddies again?
Definition of a script kiddie, "using pre-defined/ written scripts to crack security measures" literally using someone elses work because they are to dumb to write their own code. Which is why actual crackers look down on them. They don't do any of the work.
My brother wants a pc so he can use unreal engine 4 and other 3d programs, thing is, prices are insane when it comes to Intel (Xenon) and Workstation GPUs, so i was thinking, a gaming gpu, 8gb ram and something like i5 or i7, would it be good enough to use programs like Ue4, Maya, etc?
So, i'm BR, it would be nice to have other Brazilians to discuss when we talk about prices. His budget go to 3k at max, (a hundred more or so would be okay) Can you guys help me?
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Should I go with the fx 8320 or the i3-6100? I've heard there simiarly powered, and the skylake board has does have a future, unlike the AM3+. but then again the fx does have overclocking potential.....
Could I sue Microsoft for this lie?
Well it does permanently remove files from the recycle bin.
Where does it say it removes them from the disk?
All it says is it frees disk space, which is also true, the disk space is now allocatable.
What's your thoughts on compact PC's , you know , console PC's?
I think Valve started this with the SteamBox but they can run Windows 10 + Steam Big Picture Mode. There's already Alienware Steam Machines in Gamestop starting at $449
I prefer DIY, more room in there for better airflow and more flexible when it comes to upgrading.
Hell even building your own mini ITX sounds like a better idea. At the very least you know precisely what goes in there, especially the PSU.
Calculators are technology. What do you use /g/?
My ol' trusty fx-991 ES is still going strong. Yes, I fell into the solar panel meme.
>captcha says 157
>captcha asks for cars
>click 3 cars
I raged so hard a week ago when captcha asked me to pick out all images with sandwiches, despite there being none. After several tries I realized that it wanted me to click on images of hamburgers. I want to personally castrate the person at Google who set that up.
what's the coolest smarphone right now (or coming out within the next 2-3 months) for around $200?
screen quality would be a priority for me
So, I was given this tablet for Christmas, but I already own a phone, so I don't see a point in me using it. But cause I don't wanna be an ungrateful bastard, what could I use this for?
What's the best VPN provider for torrenting? There are a couple of great christmas deals right now.
I don't want PIA since I have problems with them. I might try AirVPN, but their christmas deals aren't great compared to other providers.
Why does Linux Mint has such a butt ugly default background?
I know it can be easily changed but Jesus Christ, it's almost 2016 and they use something that looks like it was made by a teenager on his pirated copy of 3D Studio in 1995
To not make this thread completely useless - how is Linux Mint? Never used it... is there a good reason for it being the most popular distro?
How does it compare to Xubuntu ?
Well, that's what you get in opensource loonix world. Bad design in everything.
Why aren't you using Solus /g/?
Linux is a server is. If you use it as a desktop you are mentally ill..
What are the best things you bought for <=150 $/€ /g/?
I don't see how Arch appeals to anyone when Gentoo gives you actual choice (like whether you want systemd), can be more bleeding edge if that is what makes you hard (I get git updates for my ncmpcpp), and is more customizable (use flags).
What am I missing? Why do people choose Arch instead of going the full distance and using gentoo?