Do any of you have a light alarm clock like the phillips HF3500 or HF3520? I've been looking at getting one as i wake up in a dark room. Do they help? Is the 3520 worth double the price?
It's over, Samsung won.
TempleOS is a x86_64, multi-cored, non-preemptive multi-tasking, ring-0-only,
single-address_mapped (identity-mapped), operating system for recreational
programming. Paging is almost not used.
The people whom can most benefit are:
* Professionals doing hobby projects
* Teenagers doing projects
* Non-professional, older-persons projects
Simplicity is a goal to keep the line count down, so it's easy to tinker with.
As it turns-out, simplicity makes it faster in some ways, too. It never
switches privilege levels, never changes...
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Hello, my name is Hector and Im heavily interested in DOS games from the past.
However, the question is... Can those games be developed in modern Windows versions (7,8,10)? If so, what are the requirements, because there's some videos on YouTube teaching us how to code on Batch, but I don't think it is simply as that.
nice bait? srsly coding a game in Batch wont happen, no matter how hard you try...
but of course you can code old-school games for modern operating systems.
i would suggest you to stay away from programming and try some frameworks/editors to create simple games.
on of the popular tools is RPGMaker2000, easy to start with and has a lot of examples all over the web.
Why aren't fan ducts more common in PC building?
They seem like a really obvious solution, and the few tests I can find online seem to vouch for their effectiveness.
This one in particular shows very impressive gains with a pretty suboptimal duct. http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Cases-and-Cooling/Passive-vs-Active-CPU-cooling-Thermalright-Coolers/Comparative-Testing
Is it just not aesthetic enough?
They're pretty common in prebuilt machines. Dell used to love putting that big green duct over the CPU.
And people used to love ripping them out because they didn't understand what they did.
Why they went out of style? Might have something to do with the Pentium 4 also becoming obsolete.
What the fuck I did an Ip scan on my school network and found one leading to a live feed of a camera which I can control and now I'm trying to figure out how to find more and if I can if its through changing the url or what
Url is here but without domain because I don't want to alert IT
basically just wanna find all the network cameras I can
Pic is the homeless guy I'm currently checking out
What does /g/ use to monitor their computer?
>tfw installing XP right now
>spends thousands of dollars on a setup
>not having the objectively best setup both budget and power wise
>ThinkPad X220 i7with usb cradle, monitor, Rk 61 Keyboard, and external GPU through PCIe
I'm playing Witcher 3 on a 5 year old laptop at medium settings and getting 60 fps, lol for roughly $500. The X220 alone was only $230.
>inb4 le ebin eGPU may may
It works so incredibly well.
I am interested in this, right now I can't play anything if I'm not at home.
I have T410 with i5 but maybe I could get a newer model with newer processor. Does this trick use the PCMCIA card slot or what? Do they still have that in newer models?
yeah, but it's bottlenecked by both processing power of the processor and the shit speed of the mpcie port. thermals aren't that great on the x220 also so you'll probably get throttled too. the t420 would fare better in that aspect only (and ofc, the larger screen).
Ubuntu wants to be OSX so bad it's pathetic. Why hasn't Apple sued Canonical off the face of the planet for infringing on their design yet?
Hey /g/ what was your first computer?
What is it's place in Software engineering?
The chinks keep innovating where shit actually matters. If this is cheap enough, I can see this being very usable even for normies as a second monitor. Resolution is 1600x1200 and refresh rate is user programmable.
>inb4 CEO is "Dong Gong"
old thread: >>54750565
What are you working on, /g/?
Fill all the way or leave some out the top to see the flow?