> people having more than 50 open tabs.
Why? You honestly use them (eventually?)
Hey /g/, I want to read opinions about having tons of multiple tabs open in the browser. I was reading this post about chrome consuming RAM and when I check mine was pretty low. Mainly because on normal surfing I just have like 5 tabs max (but when I work I have like 30, but I close them after I finish).
Was talking with a friend about this, everytime he opens chrome it has like 300+ tabs. When I asking him why he answered me "because...
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Stupid people open lots of tabs.
I have 13 tabs open and that's a lot of tabs.
Each one is refreshed often though- Weather, chan boards, wikis I access often, stuff like that.
For 'stuff you want to read' there's a thing called bookmarks.
Bookmarks were literally invented for the "I want to visit this later" concept.
Are Korean 1440p monitors worth it still? Just bought a GTX970 and was looking at 1440p monitors and looks like there's been a lot of development but most brand name stuff is pretty expensive for decent specs while Korean 1440ps are going for ~260$ still
korean monitors are great for the price. only the single input ones can OC to 120hz. Contrast and blur are a problem, but you can't do better for less than double the price.
If you're within the return period, return the 970 and buy an r9 390, it'll do much better at 1440p.
I've been using matlab to an extreme level, but I realized that sooner or later I am going to graduate and have to pay for their slow environment 200 dollars + 40 per toolbox. So what other environment is similar to it? Where can I write relaxed matrix operations and stuff mainly for modelling and stuff without having to write a very strict language? Did I define python?
Is it real that these hoverboard set on fire? I'm about buying one for xmas
Pirate Avira or nod32?
>have no friends to call
>still want flagship phones
anyone know this feel? my phone is basically just for Google chrome from my bed
>90% of smartphone usage boils down to social media, email, videos and music
>people constantly demand faster devices and higher build quality
I don't know that feel.
I bought a Z3 because it has a great battery, great screen and build quality, and looks sexy.
It will be my phone until it breaks, I have no need to ever upgrade, the only thing I regret is not choosing the mint or copper instead.
What's the oldest / most random piece of software installed on your PC that you refuse to remove "just in case" you might need it?
How do you feel /g/?
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Did you refresh your thermal paste today?
I did, it's pretty comfy.
Who is the coolest guy in tech and why is it Linus Torvalds?
>single monitor setup
> fighter jet named after him
>married to karate champion
>has a family
>told Nvidia to fuck off
>has won numerous awards
>likes birds and birds like him
Why aren't you programming in pure C89?
/g/ humor thread?