Is there any way to make my desktop display a fullscreen start menu (like tablet mode) without changing my default startmenu to fullscreen?
I want my desktop to display the tablet start menu but to use a regular start menu when I have other windows open.
So I picked up a free desktop from my uncle and I dont know much about computers, so I paid him to swap the broken cpu and it works, but how good is this setup for gaming? should i keep it or try to sell it?
Will this ever be possible in Windows 10?
someone should totally sue someone over this.
right one is not from AMD, this is
Are they gonna pull it off /g/?
Thats actually a neat fucking idea but considering how shit chink drivers are, it won't take long until someone crashes into this thing while driving under it and killing everyone inside.
>Proprietary and spyware mobile OSs will never look this good and be this useful
Hello /g/, which OS should I install on this laptop?
RAM: 4GB DDR3
GPU: Intel HD 4400
I will mostly use it for browsing, watching movies and sometimes for CS:GO
I fucked up a little.
I attempted to install Xubuntu side by side my windows installation, but I did something wrong. It failed 90% though the installation, leaving me with ( due to my ignorance with instillation settings ) a fucked ntfs windows partition which won't boot, and a broken Xubuntu sitting in a ext4 partition.
I'm currently backing up the windows partition through live Linux. I'm thinking of formatting the drive with a fresh NTFS and copying the windows file system back to the drive.
Once that's done, I'm hoping I'll...
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use a Linux Live USB. Boot gparted. Delete the EXT4 partitions and any partition associated with Linux.
Boot Windows Recovery disk/USB. I forget the exact commands but basically you're going to open a command prompt from recovery and re-install the Windows Boot loader.
When you started installing Linux, one of the first things it did was replace the Windows Boot loader (which only sees Windows installations) and replaced it with GRUB (Which is able to see any installation of any OS).
After the 3 or 4 commands to repair Windows boot loader, restart the PC. Should start right up like normal.
>Then just get the Unity version of Ubuntu. (i.e. the most "stable" version. Install that in it's entirety. Then just install the XFCE Desktop environment.
need crack guide because dumb fuckass
Is it true that "unused ram is wasted ram"? Specifically is win10 using more ram "not a big deal" unless it's causing you to exceed the amount of ram you have? In other words, does using 75% of your physical memory impact performance no more or less than if you used 25%? I've never fully understood this, it's always been my impression that most people who build pcs with more than ~8 gb of ram are misguided, but perhaps it is me who sucks the cock.
Think of it as space in your room.
If your room is absolutely cluttered, the space/capacity is being utilized. BUT! If you had more things to put you may soon run out of room to put them anywhere comfortably without moving shit around.
On the otherhand if your room was almost entirely clear you'd have a ton of room to put things when you had them but otherwise it wouldn't be used really day-to-day.
I have Windows 7 installed from a torrent. It's been like 5 years and I recently started getting an error message that says
"This copy of Windows is not genuine", and "You may be a victim of software counterfeiting ".
I hardly use my computer for anything other than Netflix now, and it is super fucking annoying having it pop up every 15 minutes while I am trying to watch my shit before bed.
How to fix?
GOOGLE IS SCANNING YOUR SCREEN WHILE YOU USE CLOVER, JUST PRESS AND HOLD THE HOME BUTTON
So how do I TURN OFF Windows10 telemetry without breaking the system?
You don't want to turn off Windows 10 telemetry