Tell me about your very first personal computer.
Are you supposed to throw your old hardware away?
Depends on what it is. I try to donate as much of it as I can, like slapping together hardware and peripherals to make basic Linux rigs. Super poor college kids use them for doing homework when they get off of work at crazy hours and the computer labs are closed/packed/far away/etc.
Busted shit can be "recycled" but that really means being shipped to Africa where the plastics are melted away by acid so the metals can be collected.
If you work for marketing I hope everything that can go wrong does . i am elated when i see how angry and frustrated advertisement companies get at the idea of ad blockers going mainstream . i hope your qualifications become obsolete .
What do you despise about advertisement ?
I'm planning on upgrading my pc, but don't really have a good idea on which parts i should get, and i'd love it if you guys could give me some advice.
Here's my current rig:
Processor: AMD Athlon X4 760k
Motherboard: MSI A88X-G43
RAM: DDR3 4 GB - 2 sticks 2 GB each
GPU: AMD Radeon R7 200 Series
Power supply:TS550 (550 Watts)
I'm thinking of getting a couple of 4 GB Ram sticks and a AMD Radeon R9 390, but i'm not sure if that's compatible with my current motherboard, or if there's a more efficient...
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I mostly use it for Paradox games, or LOL.
It's alright for my current use, but there are a few triple A titles i'd like to play that i can't with my current build (or the performance goes way down).
Ideally i'd like to be able to run something like dark souls 3 or the Witcher 3 on ultra with decent FPS
This thread is about the appreciation of watches, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that is required to make a fine watch.
Required viewing for newbies:
>tfw the perfect watch for you was a limited edition in 2014
fuck you too, Oris ;_;
did they make a mistake?
What's the best sorting algorithm?
ALL OF YOU FUCKING SUCK ASS AT PROGRAMMING SERIOUSLY AND YOUR OPINIONS ARE TERRIBLE
I came cause I have a question
why might I consider using openBSD instead of freeBSD for my personal computer? I'm looking to install a BSD on this thing, and know my way around freeBSD, but wanna know if I should do openBSD. It ran like shit in a VM so I don't really consider that a good test.
Also waifu wise netBSD is cutest for me
All the BSDs are awesome. That said, you really have to decide based on your usage.
FreeBSD is the one most likely to easily get up and running to look something like a Linux desktop.
OpenBSD and NetBSD have different strengths. You'll need to check your hardware compatibility with them. They're really good to study Unix with though. I find it really nice to understand the elegance of how OpenBSD works. I also like their innovation with security.
I suppose I'll just go for freeBSD and give netBSD a go in a VM... I hope it runs well in there. I found it strange how crippled the performance of openBSD was, now, I was using virtualbox to be honest, which doesn't have the best speed.
I think you'll be happy with FreeBSD. You either get into OpenBSD or not. It isn't for everyone. Their mission statement is security, not optimizing for speed. With a modern system, the most complicated app I run is Firefox. OpenBSD did just get a patch help with Firefox speed issues. It's not in release yet afaik, only in -current.
>I use Fedora
Why are you beta testing for Red Hat?
It just works.
dnf is way better than apt, fedy is fantastic, I get all the new software, Gnome 3 is best optimized on it and haven't had any crashes yet.
it's over. no unverified addons even with override landed on beta
Firefox 47: (Pushed from Firefox 46). Release and Beta versions of Firefox for Desktop will not allow unsigned extensions to be installed, with no override. Firefox for Android will enforce add-on signing, and will retain a preference — which will be removed in a future release — to allow the user to disable signing enforcement.
should've used animeme OP pic i guess
>FTP Deep Dark isn't compatible with new update
>download manager breaks
What's the best torrent client to use today? Deluge hasn't been updated in almost a year.
hey /g/, im looking to create a kind of third party installer in which mouse led configuarations will automatically complete.
That is to say the user will lose control of the mouse and it will automatically drag and drop icons around the screen to configure.
Does anyone have any idea how I could do this? Google was useless as I cant even find simple words to describe it accuratly
>slow to launch
>Html5 cache 1.9 GB RAM
Back to opera.