Must-have apps thread. Post em.
Dosbox is my current favourite.
the two big ones people don't seem to know about that I think are must haves are
NextRadio - because having free radio passive radio access is great and vital in emergencies, more so when it works without cellular signal and doesn't waste data
WordWeb - because I can't spell to save my life and connecting to the internet to check a dictionary is stupid and wastes data.
Network Cell Info - neat to show cell towers to try and hunt for better signal
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Where do we stop with Internet speeds, when is it too much?
Also post yours.
Seeing how media is constantly increasing in size it makes sense for internet speeds to increase in speed.
>12-core 2.7 GHz Intel Xeon E5 processor
>64GB (Maximum of 128 GB) of 1866 MHz DDR3 ECC RAM
>1TB of PCIe-based flash storage
>Dual AMD Fire-Pro D700 graphics cards with 6GB of GDDR5 discrete VRAM each
>Change the OS so you're not using OScuX
Be honest /g/, would you buy this cylinder computer if you had the money?
See all that brown shit at the bottom? Rat shit, a truck load of it.
Holy shit, I was browsing this shithole while playing Ragnarok more than a decade ago on this machine.
>trying to install an 'snap'
<<< screencap of whole article
Welp. Finally some good news in tech.
Now if only those faggots at Apple would actually do something constructive with their billions of wealth,
and actually spent some of it on producing e-readers with good palm-rejection software and stylus to competitively force Sony to reduce the cost of their $700 monstrosity,
i'd actually start giving a fuck about something coming out of Apple for once.
When did the iPhone lose its charm?
Hey /g/, which add-ons do you use?
> Opera’s shareholders greenlight $1.2B sale to Chinese consortium
hi /g/ ! I want to build web app from scratch. I've no earlier experience with web dev, but I've learning java, c++, for long time. Once I've built web app in WAMP for school lesson, but that is all. I want to start developing i MEAN stack, but I haven't seen any good tutorial that is basic and clear. Most of tutorials is based on just walking through steps, but not supported by examples, so I can hardly understand what is it all about. So I am looking for any advices how to start, install and build whole web app in MEAN stack.
get tutorials on kat.cr.. or pay them.. or search for free ones on jewtube.
or get books on the subject matter. the hardest part in this stack is the M, specially if you come from SQL db background
Can we get a coding cringe thread?
So there's a cat5 cable running from a plastic box next to my house's power box... I followed the little fellow and it leads directly into my neighbors house. So what's a cat5 bringing them? Is it stealing anything from me? I'm pretty tempted to cut it...or yank it. It's held up by almost nothing, just over a tree. My neighbors are poo in loos so they probably are up to something stupid. Should I just call the cops?
Cheap mobo that will be suitable for over clocking a i7 6700k?
>Complains about how shitty the modern internet is
>Doesn't use a telnet BBS
Why the fuck doesn't /g/ have its own BBS yet?