>YFW F will set technolo/g/y back 50 years
Would you switch to Linux if it got video games and actual software? Or will you stay on Windows no matter what?
>inb4 I'm already on linux
>inb4 video games are for chiltren
Nuclear is technology
In this thread we btfo of hippies
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Happy Birthday RMS Edition.
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>something you like about it
>something you don't like about it
iPhone 6S (Space Grey, 64GB).
iOS. It's optimized incredibly well, and I have not used a phone as polished as this.
While I don't have the 16GB base model, I feel sorry for anyone who purchases that model. Shame on Apple for that.
Absolutely the best phone I have ever used, and I have owned plenty of Android phones. Nothing compares. 2GB of RAM on this beast runs better than either version of the Galaxy S7.
The 5" big screen and the quality of this phone was amazing considering how cheap it was. Only around $300
Dislike: The quality of data speed is really poor. Calls drop all the time, and the keys is horrible with swipe and only recognizes words Im really careful about typing
Shut up awoo desu
What's the best browser in 2016? Opera or Vivaldi?
Does Kali Linux have a future?
Or will it end up in the trash along with all the other distros that tried?
What file manager do you use /g/?
Windows explorer because im not into men
Memes aside, this thing IS pretty fucking neat
I've been waiting for something like this for a while
Just need to wait for it to be adopted and drop in price and you can finally not only get rid of the huge box under your desk but also use one laptop for all your computing needs
Sure you'll still have your seedboxes and file servers and all that, but for your PC this is great, at least in theory
Never used one myself
Just replace the trashcan pro with a notebook.
Best distro for a newfag?
Do you want to have something that's the linux equivalent of Windows? Some would say Ubuntu, for obvious reasons, but I don't want to recommend it because of the amazon bloatware. That's just unacceptable, and nobody should support bullshit like that even if you could install Ubuntu without it. It just shouldn't even be an option.
Pretty much anything with a graphical, guided installation interface is good if you don't want to learn how shit works. Debian, Fedora, Mint, Opensuse. Even Manjaro. Those are a few common distros for noobs. There's still the Linux framework behind everything so you technically can do pretty much anything you want with them, but they come ready set so you will have a desktop environment and all that's needed for basic use.
However, if you want to LEARN linux, if you want to build understanding of what runs behind the guided user interface, I'd say go with Arch. It's not as difficult as you might think, perhaps it gained its reputation before everything became so well documented. Arch doesn't come with a desktop environment and nothing is ready set. The installation process is command line based, as is the OS unless you install a DE (desktop environment) or a window manager (WM). There are a lot of videos on youtube documenting the installation process, you just follow the guide and you will have your OS working in no time. The first time doesn't make any sense, but I like to rehearse the installaton a few times, I have an old thinkpad I use for experimenting.
I'm still learning to use Arch, but with my limited experience I've already seen the potential power of it. While before I would've gone with a ready set distro, now I'm glad Arch doesn't come with anything unnecessary. In fact it doesn't really come with anything. But like I said, it's not impossible. If you want to start out safe, you can just install KDE.
typo? Says $33.75 for a 1200 VA UPS
Are SSDs really a meme? I've heard your audio files last longer on them due to almost no rotational velocidensity.
Is it worth it to buy an IPS monitor (U2415 specifically), if I already have a 1080p TN screen? I don't really care about gaming much.