So then... what does /g/ recommend for VPN usage?
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Looking to manage my own music collection, tired of not being able to import weird shit into spotify. What's the usual way to get good music files these days? torrent?
and if you want to import weird shit try google play, its way better at it. I switched for a while, but couldn't get over the change in the interface/lack of focus on your library present in google play.
>he doesn't use BSD
I think powercolor is up to something...
>tfw mouse is broken and you have to use your steam controller until the replacement arrives
What's the best tool for writing/generating documentation?
Hey guys not sure if this is the right board for this but
What would be the best/most cost effective way to supply charging power to around 10+ iPhones at a time in a remote area?
I was thinking of maybe bringing a large battery of some sort and rigging it up to some power strips but I have no clue what type of battery to buy, or even a safe way to rig it to power strips.
Essentially I need the convenience of charging 10+ iPhones in a location that has no power, anything you guys could recommend would be great
For how long? Indefinitely?
If not, how many charges do you need?
You can run something like this off a 12v battery:
Show us your micro SD and write speed, and tell us, why haven't you bought the glorious Samsung 256GB micro SD card with a 90MB/s write speed.
>buying proprietary tech locked behind a corporate paywall when the same/similar hardware will be commonplace in a few years
Early adopters get nothing in the technology field, aside from bragging rights.
Are you a paid shill, or just a tech illiterate shit eating retard.
Modern devices will accept MicroSD cards and UFS format cards alike.
UFS uses far less power than MicroSD, has near zero idle power, and will ALWAYS have higher total performance because of its interface.
How I overclocked.
Are there any reliable android phones for less than €250? I don't really care much about the features, I just want something that will last for 2+ years without breaking...
I bought a Huawei Y550 a year and a half ago and it's started getting ghost touches now, but I can't really complain given how cheap it was...
>he doesn't make toast sandwiches while he's fixing his broken xorg
Can't believe this piece of shit laptop is still going for $300 plus
Copying from last thread:
Retarded Windows goes to sleep in the middle of installing updates. This requires me to watch the update, and if it automatically updates, the next day I'm greeted with a "working on updates: 1%" and I have to wait 30 minutes to use my computer.
How do I fix this?
Do Google search in Firefox. Get this come up. Do same search in Chrome. Search works fine.
FUCK YOU GOOGLE!