Do you use your laptop or desktop more in university?
Seeing as I don't even have a full desktop with me in uni I use my laptop more.
Looking to build a mini ITX rig to fit in my room next year. Something I can throw in my bag when I visit my parents and just plug into power and peripherals no problem.
I found a very annoying bug in windows 10.
Every time you right-click any of the folders on the list on the left, either explorer crashes or the window closes.
I was saving the screen of what list of folders i was referring to, and when the "save as" window of paint opened i tried to right click on the same folder on the left on the save as windows, and paint crashed.
I'm the only one who is experiencing this issue?
Apri un terminale come amministratore:
Se ancora non va, formatta quel PC.
E installa Gentoo, faggot
beh siccome uso il pc principalmente per comporre musica con sibelius/giocare, con gentoo tanto vale prendermi un inutile mac asd
Però questo problema mi è apparso anche nelle altre installazioni di windows 10 che ho fatto precedenti a questa, ed è in assoluto l'unico bug che ho mai experienced
Why do I still need Adobe Flash in 2015?
hello /g/ents, what is the best linux distro in your own opinions
My friend has around $780 to spend on a gaming PC.
I'm good at putting together PCs (as in physically putting the parts together) but I would like feedback on my parts list
(especially the graphics card, I have no clue what I'm doing there):
-what could I do better?
-did I make any rookie mistakes?
>literally shit tier PSU
>shit tier CPU cooler
Everything else is fine. Drop that cooler and tell your friend to save up $20-30 for a decent cooler and get a better PSU. Never cheap out on a PSU.
Steam OS and the Linux gaming push is fucking shit. Valve will not stick their millions in dota and CSGO hat money to pay developers to port their games and instead advertise for STEAM LINK support? Normies aren't going to buy an $800 computer with no games and shit performance.
What is the best PC you can build for the money?
>Look and Feel:
Vista > 7 > 10 > 8
10 > 8 = 7 > Vista
>Start Menu functionality
7 > Vista > 10 >>> Dogshit >>> 8
7 > 10 > 8 > Vista
7 > 10 > Vista > 8
what do you think /g/?
The thing that always blows my mind is that Mozilla brings in upwards of $300 million USD a year. Three hundred million dollars. And yet we still think of Firefox as this cute and scrappy open source project, and cut it no end of slack when it comes to major failures. (E10S, AMO approvals backlog, etc).
I just finished building my rig using this bad boy.
I'd like to benchmark it to ensure it's working at peak write speed.
Is there a program I can use to benchmark this? Thanks
Sup g? I bought a camera from a pawnshop, and it came with no cords. Any idea what this cord is? None of my micro usb fit.
Convince me to stop using XP
Step aside, smartshit kids, here's the new Nokia 230:
-has an aluminum case and looks infinitely better than your $600 chinese toys
-only costs $55
-runs Nokia Series 30+, a "dumbphone" OS that doesn't screw with your personal info like lagdroid or iFag
Step aside, newshit faggots, here's the old Nokia 3310
-most parts are easily replacable if broken
-you probably won't be able to break them though
-costs like 10 dollars
-readable and clear monochrome display
I'm trying to do a simple yet idiot thing, I wanted to connect a led to a cell phone charger that outputs 5v dc 0.4a but it does not give any light if the led is connected directly to the transformer, but if I connect to another regular cable with a junction box, it gives out light but overheats like crazy in seconds. Is this overkill? Also why is it only giving light if connected to another wire that is essentially just extending the connection?
/dpt/: Haskell edition
Reminder: Functional languages are the only languages worth using.
Reminder: If you aren't using a functional language, you aren't a programmer, just a code monkey.
Reminder: If you try to fight the functional tide, you will be deemed nonfunctional and eventually swept aside.
Reminder: There are only three acceptable programming languages: Haskell, F#, and OCaml. LINQ is also passable if you're a newbie.
Reminder: Go is not a systems language. However, Haskell is.
What are you working on?
Anyway, how do I redirect stdout in a Qt application?
I want the stdout from my program to appear in a text box or some other widget on the form, rather then getting dumped into the terminal that launched the Qt program.
I've googled this but the only thing I can find are vague answers and people using PyQt, which I'm not.