What is the best screen resolution and size for getting actual work done and why is it 5120 x 2880 at 27"?
>Motherboard doesn't come with screws
Are Dell laptops good, /g/?
I don't much care for customization or anything. I might be interested in dual-booting with some Linux distro ( and I don't know if Dells are any good for this ).
they're built shitty but they work. if you drop it you're fucked. Don't buy cheap. Expensive dells arent bad but anything under $400 is gonna be terrible.
I'd go with HP if you're on a budget and want something that's a bit sturdier. Otherwise yeah, go with a dell.
I have a budget of ~$450. I've heard Dells work and that's why I looked into them, but I didn't know if I should trust reviews or not.
Also, I've heard HPs are really shitty in that they don't allow you to do things like dual-booting and they often contain bloatware, how true is this?
Without googling, give me your best guess what these inbuilt core functions of a certain programming language do:
It says here in your resume that you don't use d7 for computer diagnostics. Care to explain?
I'm a sysadmin, we don't generally interact with individual PCs like that.
Why are you not just reimaging your PCs on demand? You don't seriously mean you pay someone money to run reverse-metasploit on every PC that gets a virus or other boo-boo do you?
Sort out your imaging and malware prevention practices, this shit's embarrassing.
So Windows 10 doesn't have movie maker.
What should I get instead?
I just recently got laid off from my part time McJob ($11/hour though). I'm tired of working hourly junk jobs, and I have a few grand in my savings. I was thinking about going to get some Info. Technology certifications. I've been building computers since I was a kid, and I've always enjoyed working with computers and helping people figure out how to do the same.
My question is which IT certs are worth getting? I see a lot of them out there like Comptia, and Cisco, but I'm not sure which ones are worth getting to get a real career. I've...
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All of the close personal friends I've asked that work in the industry have been super dismissive when I've asked them, and I'm not sure why. They always switch the topic over to anime or something else, which I guess is because they work with this stuff all day.
slightly shameful bump
I didn't see another relevant thread anon.
The solid 2 sentences were in my tl;dr, at least I thought so.
"Which IT certs are the best bang for the buck? Which certs will actually help with getting a career, as opposed to a job, in as short an amount of time as possible?"
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What drum machine/sequencer do you use, /g/?
I have a emu command station
the sounds are quite outdated now but its pretty good programing wise
If I could id probably get a Machinedrum.
or a RYTM if i was going more lo-fi
I usually program MIDI files and then use something like Superior Drummer, but then again i don't make electronic music.
What is a drum sequencer used for? Just another way to accomplish the same thing?
Is there a unix equivalent to the google maps app?
>apple maps stil continues to suck
the nvidia gt720m from my laptop often reaches temperatures up to 90-95 celsius degrees while playing games like CSGO or fallout new vegas, are these temps safe or should i worry that one day the contacts between the video chip and the motherboard will melt?
the laptop is about 1 year old and is clean with no dust at all in his cooling system. the CPU rarely reaches 70-71degrees in full load, but the GPU is like a fucking oven.
I have the same GPU in my laptop but it never went above 86 while gaming (light stuff like CSGO and LOL). I did a small OC on shaders and memory once and stressed it to see if it was stable. It was at 92 degrees for the better part of a hour.
Temps like these will shorten it's lifespan but will not make it blow in your face.
Why does every carrier have incompatible Voice over LTE (VoLTE) implementation?
Phones bought unlocked can't use VoLTE because the carrier's VoLTE system implementation is all different, and carriers have banned any phone that they didn't sell themselves from accessing VoLTE because there might be incompatibilities.
Why haven't FCC and other telecom regulators forced carriers to make their VoLTE systems compatible?
Forgive me if I'm being stupid but if I'm using VoIP applications like whatsapp/messenger/skype voice calls, over a 4G LTE connection, is that the same thing as what you're talking about? Because I have an unlocked Oneplus One and it werks fine. That said I don't live in the US where you have weird telecoms standards.
I need to spoof my Androids lollipop moto X web browser to be a Windows 10™ firefox.
I need to download Adobe Premier Pro™ or Adobe CC™ but have no internet out where I am. But have unlimited data and 4G. Adobe stupid website won't let me download it unless I'm on a desktop.
Were any of you 1337 to get something in the mail today? :-)
Download theme licensed under GPL3 by the author.
Open readme, see this:
You have the rights to do whatever you wish with the template except:
- sell it
- re-release it
- remove the copyright
How the hell can you license something as GPL and add this in the readme?
From my understanding the theme being licensed as GPL3 means I can sell it, re-release it, remove copyright , do whatever as long as I don't change the licence and supply the source.