>Being this edgy
does that actually work or is it another prank like the free internet in the AC plug socket?
This is a shitty meme right? This is the most bloated rom there is thb.
post what you think about AMD Radeon GPU's
/g/, how do I make this thing stop popping up? It doesn't disappear no matter how many times I decline. Is it going to keep haunting me forever?
My main tip would be to stay away from microsoft spyware but if you really need to continue using a windows os you can remove it like this:
Pyramid revival edition
Old thread: >>51809041
Not sure what private trackers are all about?
Check out the wiki and update it yourself if you want more instead of complaining like a fucking faggot. https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Private_trackers
How to get into private trackers (and survive): http://pastebin.com/5tw1E2ky
Paths to get into trackers: http://pastebin.com/D74UA1UK
What.CD Interview Notes: http://pastebin.com/Wgz6T7ta
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Be honest, /g/:
Do you type properly? Do you just peck at the keys? Something in between?
What is your typical WPM?
What is the fastest WPM at which you maintain accuracy?
I didnt learn how to type well until i bought a blank keyboard. Honestly however you choose to type doesnt matter as long as you can do it fast and efficiently. Pic related.
What is the most advanced spell you can cast /g/?
> tfw you sleep with your iPad under your pillow
> but you can't figure out how to get linux on it
> proprietary bits, trapping the one you love
> and can't figure out how to free her
Dual CPU's. What is this witchcraft you speak of sir ?
Create a user account with no admin privieledges, make a password on one with admin provieledges. Everyday use the non-admin account.
When Windows will ask you for a password to do some admin stuff, ask yourself twice "do i really want to grant this thing complete control over my computer?"
So /g/, I just pulled the trigger on some new hardware for my pc.
But I've got to ask:
I need a processor and I've found the I5 6600K Skylake to be the one that should go with my setup.
But there is one slight problem, you see, different vendors just list it as the 6600K model, without the skylake brand next to it. Is it the same processor or am I being misguided here?
>But there is one slight problem, you see, different vendors just list it as the 6600K model, without the skylake brand next to it. Is it the same processor or am I being misguided here?
it is the same, skylake is a codename for the microarchitecture so you won't see it labelled on the product itself.
previous thread >>51798932
Intended for users of all levels, including absolute beginners
If you are serious about switching to Linux, use it exclusively for 2 weeks, avoid booting to windows for that period of time, or you are likely to start retreating back to windows instead of getting used to linux as your new home and working on making it feel comfortable
You can safely experience installation process and the basic usage through a virtual machine
>Recommended for Beginners:
Xubuntu, Mint, openSUSE
>Learn to RTFM - Read The Friendly Manual
man <insert command here>
What are you expecting from 2016?
>zen is amazing
>a new Macbook pro design
>gcn 2.0 is top notch
Are you niggas ready?
Computer nostalgia thread
Near perfect representation of how my pc used to look like in mid 2010. Damn i miss being 13.