I've heard and seen a lot of people who don't like their stock Internet browser for their phone, and I've never understood why. I've tried using plenty of browsers, such as Chrome and Firefox, and I've noticed that they are much less responsive when zooming in and out, scrolling up and down feels "slippery" than my default Internet browser. I use a Galaxy Note 3, since I think different phones use different stock Internet browsers.
Same problems, and more (such as 4chan becoming non-mobile friendly)
In terms of the issues I had with other browsers, it was fine, but it brought more issues, mainly not requesting for mobile sites, and when zooming out too fast, it has to re-render the surrounding page.
I was less wondering about getting a downloaded browser, and more wondering if anyone else understands why and if I'm alone in liking how the stock is compared to others.
why cant we use these for PC cooling. They are silent as fuck. I am talking about case mounted fans/pc accessory using this technology.
Why phone market sucks?
have you used the os developed by /g/ yet? how is it?
bump.. really, nobody is using this os? or ricedb?
What's windows 10 like on 2Gb of ram? Thinking of getting an old asus t100 for a cheap little laptop to carry around the city with me. I'd mostly be doing web browsing and studying webdev
did you guys notice that the quality of lubuntu went down?
just installed 15.10 and holy shit, bugs that were reported 2 months ago weren't fixed, shit's a mess. anyone knows what happened to the team?
What bugs for example?
I was considering switching to lubuntu soon but you make me doubt again. Are they specifically related to LXDE? In that case it won't matter for me since I'll use i3 anyway.
>Are they specifically related to LXDE?
some are general *buntu like https://butu bugs like gs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/usb-creator/+bug/1499746
lots of things don't work (as they should): sound, panels dissappear, it doesn't shut down normally, etc.
it used to be a very smooth distro that just worked out of the box. and the main selling point (power efficiency) was totally true, my laptop idled 5 degrees cooler than even with Xubuntu.
>ublock keeps blocking sourceforge
These fans were annoying and inefficient.
Connectors: Two DVI and one mini-DIN for S-Video and Component Video output.
Read more at http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/xfx-overclocked-geforce-7600-gt-pv-t43g-udd3-review/3/#S3fkITKcLHeLTb5w.99
Cards came with a breakout cable back then.
>Chrome and Firefox only capable of 720p
meanwhile IE and Edge go up to 4k
Google Chrome up to 720p
Internet Explorer up to 1080p
Microsoft Edge up to 1080p
Mozilla Firefox up to 720p
Opera up to 720p
Safari up to 1080p on Mac OS X 10.10.3 or later
I wonder how much they got paid by Microsoft for that bullshit.
It's obvious that they were getting paid before because they were using Silverlight, but apparently Microsoft realized that that was too obvious.
What do you guys think about Black Berry Priv?
Is it worth it? I like the Physical Keyboard Slide extension, cuz I am not a fan of touchkeyboards and my precision on touchkeyboards is for shit.
I have it. Amazing phone, no regrets
Why won't programmers give useful feedback to upper management?
Is it that hard to take 15 minutes of your day to update your project's status?
We always have to hire expensive project managers or else everything goes to hell, without a nanny around programmers are literally like incompetent clueless children.
Are all programmers autistic like this?
Dealing with programmers is by far the most bullshit part of being in upper management, not even customers are that bad.
Because programming is not operating a press where at the end of the day I can just say "I used X of raw material and made Y pieces of half-product".
Also, sometimes I may be working on something that's more on the inside of the program so I can't really fire up a new screen or whatever and say "yeah, I did this today".
I have never worked with you personally but not everything is easy to quantify when you don't know how everything should be done.
I often get asked how far I am and is expected to give them a percentage like I would know something like that.
It is a bit easier if it is divided into smaller projects, but exiting problems usually take a couple of days and thus, a percentage every day is hard to estimate.
What I personally prefer is scrum.
We used that (or a version of that, probably, never...
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Can someone explain to me precisely, what people mean under the term bloated when talking about various distros and DE's?
Say, person X is talking about KDE and suddenly person Y is like "hurr KDE is bloated as fuck, I'd never use that" etc. Same with literally any other distro. Ubuntu? bloated. Mint? Also bloated. Like what the fuck?
I mean, if you have like a quad core processor with 8 gigs of ram, do any distros really put a strain on your computer? I just don't understand.
features you don't need but can't get rid of is considered bloat.
KDE only seem bloated because they want to unify everything and thus use the same libraries.
This means installing a single KDE application means you get a lot of dependencies you didn't think you wanted.
Alright so heres the deal. I bought a drawing tablet last night. The Huion 420 to be precise.
Some have said its not very good for drawing, some have said its great for drawing. I want to know if any of you have used it and how you feel about it.
but for the $25 I don't think I messed up too bad.
So I think my aunts house is bugged with a cam or recording device.
Every time my aunt goes out this acquaintance of hers seems to know where she is. Now this guy has fixed stuff for us before so I think he might have something in out attic or walls. Might be some software on her laptop? Who knows. What Im asking is if /g/ has any experience with these devices or sniffing out said devices.
its quite difficult to bug a house. the bug requires three things. hardware, communication, and electricity. batteries need to be changed, or the device can be wired up to mains, requiring a power transformer, the easiest way to do this is to plug it into a wall, installing it in an electronic device, or installing it in the roof, using the exposed wiring there.
communication can be through wireless transmission, or by someone collecting a memory device. its possible to use mains electricity or a telephone...
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