R.A.T Gaming Mouse
Worth it? Opinions?
Also general mouse thread
Why do Nvidia and Intel shills always lose their shit over power consumption?
When you are running a 600+W machine, why do 20W here and there matter?
Especially if you are increasing voltages and overclocking. Why does it matter?
>It's GNU/Linoox, not Linux !
How does video look on this thing?
I'm getting an S7 today and the bigger battery on the Edge model is a big draw for me but I have concerns about the wraparound display.
good lock is a replacement for touchwiz, a hell of a lot nicer and very close to android n design with the notification/quick setting dropdown. check it out, you can find it in the samshit store. its probably the only way i could stand a galaxy
What is the future of technology in the workplace?
So now that there are cheap unlimited high speed data phone plans is there really any point to having home internet anymore?
>Hey anon, I came up with a new move we can try in bed.
>It's called the "Chinese Backdoor".
>he doesn't know how to format a drive, and then install any OS he wants
My first *nix was this clunker.. Anyone else on /g from the same era?
So why aren't you using openSUSE?
- choice of stable Leap that's better than Ubuntu LTS and rolling Tumbleweed that's better than Archlinux
- great and helpful community
- unique cooperation between community that does what it wants and corporate sponsorship that gives long term funding for the project
- uniquely great infrastructure
- superior mascot
Why aren't you using it?
Do they have such a powerful testing tool like OpenQA?
No. Therefore, Tumbleweed is clearly superior.
I'm also pretty sure that openSUSE pushed things like GNOME 3.20 faster than Arch.
If you have a Google account, is there any point in trying to act restrictive with it at all?
For example by disabling search history, user location, etc. Does it even make a difference?
The fuckers know everything either way, don't they?
/g/, I've been using Arch Linux for a while now, and honestly, the rolling release lifestyle is not mine. I miss updates and such. The last straw was VirtualBox completely breaking (exec format). Before that, GRUB failed (I used an external drive with GRUB on it as a stopgap that became permanent), and some packages would fail due to it trying to install a python-[module] that I previously installed with pip.
Anyway, is CentOS a good desktop OS? I've been using it on a server and I enjoy it. Should I use Debian? Nothing rolling release, honestly.
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What does /g/ think of my specs?
Should I do it /g/?
Please name some reasons other than disk space for me to purchase a MacBook instead
4chan support for Live Photos/whatever androids eventual shitty alternative when?