>Falling for the water cooler meme
PC BSD, Free BSD
Open BSD, Net BSD
iOS, OS X Are all welcome.
Do you have a BSD Machine?
This isn't my actual home screen (the one that has a little house instead of a square is the real home screen) but It may as well be, considering I use this one the most.
Yes, they're both bad.
But which is the lesser of two evils? Does a dual core Celeron outperform a quad core Atom with a higher clock speed?
You sound retarded but my 2957U does everything I need from playing games up to 2008,playing remuxes and bluray disks,runs office like a champ I even work in 3ds Max 2015 and no problems what so ever.
They are more powerful than you might think.
I'm the only who despises Windows "apps"?
They are fucking slow to open, lack features when compared to its web/.exe versions.
I don't use them as I use other programs for my music, email, video, etc., but they're far from bad. For basic functionality that works well together with the rest of Windows, they're pretty decent.
So, I was reading the archives and looks like Transmission-qt is the best/most efficient/stable torrent client for private trackers
But how fuck do you manage 400+ torrents with that UI?
There is any way to give it a proper one?
Hands down everyone, which system are you more productive on?
Hey fellas, I'm interested in recording vocals on my computer. Audacity. I'm not super professional and I usually use a regular ol mic..but I want to upgrade just a little.
Any suggestions on a moderately priced recording computer mic. USB or the regular plug in... My CPU is older and shitty.
>pic semi related my frustrstion
Is it possible to destroy the internet by bombing a couple of places?
How is it that no other Office suite is as good as Microsoft Office?
There are multiple bugs related to having multiple users contribute to a file over the network which have been persistant for a decade now and Google Docs doesn't have a single one of them.
What's the best long-term data backup solution?
At what playback rate do you enjoy your media? I've found audiobooks to be listenable comfortably at 1.7. 1.8 us still understandable, but not really enjoyable. I understand that the rate will vary between books.
I've just stayed playing videos at 1.1, and I can hardly tell the difference, while being marginally more time-efficient. I'm going to keep bumping it up until my girlfriend notices.
What rates do it for you /g/uys?
Never even considered increasing the playback rate. If you're enjoying the audio or video for fun or pleasure, why increase it to save time?
If it's for studying or work, I would understand.
Anyone here using Elian script or other alternative artificial alphabets so others can't read your screen?
Seriously why couldn't AMD have revealed their cards first?
Now Nvidia stole all the thunder and are going to make a killing in sales.
au contraire, now amd knows the competition prices and can price their cards accordingly, imagine if their greatest new card was $600 because they were confident nvidia's would be over $800, they'd look foolish. Now the R9 480 can actually be priced slightly below nvidia's 1070.
Getting a 1080 at the end of the month. Should I buy a 4k monitor that is 60hz or a 2k monitor that is 144hz. Also would the 1080 be able to play most games in 4k?