>empty recycle bin
>free 20 gigs
Anon, why do you not have an icon pack installed?
(pack is click ui)
Is dropbox ok to use?
Come on /g/ you have to admit this CPU is one of the best ever made. Not only does it have amazing single thread performance, it has 4 cores for very competent multi thread performance. Runs stock at 3.4ghz but OCing to 4.2 is almost guaranteed on any decent air cooler. PCI 3.0, native USB 3.0 and SATA3. And you also get somewhat of a decent iGPU when switching GPUs or for when its needed. And all of this with a 77 watt TDP. The only issue with this CPU is they used cheap TIM instead of solder on the die, but you still get quite good overclocks, reaching 4.5 is pretty common....
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Single thread performance helps everything in the PC, most programs are single threaded so the majority of your programs all run faster due to the higher single thread performance.
I like to think that intel cores are really powerful, but you *only* get 4 while with AMD you have 8 cores but each AMD core is about half as powerful as an Intel core so it kinda evens out. But I would prefer the Intel due to the fact that it runs basically everything really well.
this year I'll go to college and I need a tablet to take notes. Which of these two is better?
The Nvidia shield tablet or Samsung galaxy tab S?
Why is my battery life so shitty with Xubuntu?
I had around 7:50h with Windows and now I'm down to 3:40h.
I understand -20%, but -50%?!
I didn't make many alterations to the OS, so it's basically stock.
Any better distributions for battery life?
I hear you OP. It's terrible. I'm going to refrain from putting any Linux distros on my new laptop when I get one. This old one was laggy and decided to try out Xubuntu and I immediately noticed the drop in battery life.
you know that doesnt make any sense?
as xfce is one of the most lightweight dm there is
anyway you may want to look into analyzing running processes etc. maybe deactivate some stuff etc
>Where to Buy:
Old Thread >>52455099
late night posting. Wonder what key caps to get.
Opinions on this ? Love it - hate it ? One thing for sure, linux can be user friendly for the average computer illiterate user and this distro proves it.
>tfw failed at everything in life
should I become a coder?
Is it possible to change the DE for Windows?
I always see Linux users with lots of theme diversity while windows users are almost always identical outside of color. Is there no freedom at all to change button size, margins, etc?
What's the best hardware manufacturer in PC components /g/? I'm going to have to go with Corsair.
>Best power supplies
What's the benefit of buying the best speakers, computer, headphones, etc.
Will I feel any better, wilL I truly get better audio?
Also, what's the best camera. Is the D5500 truly the best?
Shit will sound better.
Not a big benefit.
But spending at least 300 or so on some bookshelves?
1000-2000 is where is starts getting hard to notice improvements for stereo systems.
Just installed Arch Linux and I'm stuck with what to choose for my desktop. Should I go with a DE or a WM?
I'm taking Java I right now (the first programming course I've ever taken) and we've just finished our first week of classes.
So far it's just monkey see monkey do.
When can I expect to be introduced to real programming? Will I have to wait until Java 2?